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An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.
Florida Business News
As health officials warned Floridians were at “grave risk,” the state dismantled the defenses it built against a coronavirus-like crisis.
The health care executive, philanthropist, author, cand ommunity consultant tells us: "Until I was almost in kindergarten, the only person who could really understand me was my mother."
Small businesses depending on promised federal money to keep them afloat are now finding themselves locked out of much-needed support.
The state’s largest utilities such as Duke Energy and Florida Power & Light Co. and some municipal utilities such as Mount Dora’s are reducing power bills temporarily in response to the COVID-19 hit on the economy.
The Fort Lauderdale-based auto dealer giant is furloughing 7,000 employees, imposing a hiring freeze and drastically cutting the pay of top executives.
Florida Trend Video Pick
The nonprofit Streets of Paradise in Sarasota, Florida, has been feeding people during the coronavirus pandemic when no one else can or will. They've ramped up dinner to seven nights a week and, like most area human service organizations, they're running out of food.
Do you approve of Governor Ron DeSantis' management of the coronavirus crisis?
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