Florida Business News
Unemployment assistance applications in Florida declined for the second straight week but rising COVID-19 case counts are already giving some economists pause that the improving economic picture may be imperiled.
The St. Petersburg investment firm recorded net revenues of $7.99 billion for the last fiscal year, up from $7.7 billion last year. That includes another record of $2.08 billion in revenue for the fourth quarter, which ended in September.
Tupperware relied on social gatherings for explosive growth in the mid 20th century. In the 21st century, it is social distancing that is fueling sales.
Jacksonville City Council unanimously voted to create the new program for preventing evictions and foreclosures by using money from the federal CARES Act aimed at helping communities during the pandemic.
Hundreds of Lynx bus drivers and SunRail conductors are being enlisted to battle modern-day human slavery in a new regional effort to identify victims and prosecute their traffickers.
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