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Catalonia and Miami business ties strengthen

Catalonia and Miami business ties strengthen

Multinational business relationships between Catalonia and Miami are strengthening as the Spanish region’s business development office in the city thrives as a port of US entry for Catalan companies and a potential trade and economic…

Taiwan key to Asia flights to Miami

Taiwan key to Asia flights to Miami

Expectations that China could be the main hub solidifying the link for Asian air travel to South Florida may be fading away as Taiwan begins to emerge as a promising central location for flights from…

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Brazilian plans 200-room hotel on Miami River

Brazilian plans 200-room hotel on Miami River

A Brazilian businessman plans to build a 200-room hotel on a narrow site on the Miami River where a condo tower had been planned. The…

State won’t push for Beach Corridor Direct Connection

State won’t push for Beach Corridor Direct Connection

While the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will continue to financially support a design and engineering study to develop a Beach Corridor Direct Connection, the…

Courts key to Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami

Courts key to Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami

Though the Florida Legislature dealt a setback to efforts of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA) to bring Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami,…

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami commissioners may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park. On today’s (4/28) agenda is a resolution to contract with Cherokee Enterprises Inc. for…

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Opinion

Build transit on a smart track with clear focus, paid rides

Build transit on a smart track with clear focus, paid rides

Transit in Miami-Dade might soon roll toward a sidetrack reminiscent of a 2002 trip to a bait-and-switch tax that bought little new rail while roads congested. Some county commissioners are talking about making all transit free, funded by a new tax like the one we created for transit in 2002. At the same time, planners just agreed to build six new transit legs with not a penny more in their wallets but taxes in their minds. If we tried all that, we’d…

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Tripp Davis: New managing partner for PricewaterhouseCoopers

Tripp Davis: New managing partner for PricewaterhouseCoopers

Tripp Davis was definitely interested in accounting when he started college in the late 1980s but wanted to explore the field of technology that was just starting to be more fully integrated into the business environment.  His alma mater, La Salle University, had just started a program called management information systems, which Mr. Davis said goes back to the years when computer science degrees were just coming out. By choosing to pursue a degree in accounting as well as management information…

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Real Estate

Riverwalk for new 69-story tower nears

Riverwalk for new 69-story tower nears

The developer planning a sleek condo tower at the mouth of the Miami River has finalized plans that are to result in a permanent, improved and lushly landscaped public riverwalk. And if plans move forward…

Government

State won’t push for Beach Corridor Direct Connection

State won’t push for Beach Corridor Direct Connection

While the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will continue to financially support a design and engineering study to develop a Beach Corridor Direct Connection, the department won’t take the lead on a long, costly examination…

Business & Finance

Brazilian plans 200-room hotel on Miami River

Brazilian plans 200-room hotel on Miami River

A Brazilian businessman plans to build a 200-room hotel on a narrow site on the Miami River where a condo tower had been planned. The mixed-use hotel is planned for 55 SW Miami Avenue Road…

Communities

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park

Miami commissioners may spend $4.5 million to clean contaminated Douglas Park. On today’s (4/28) agenda is a resolution to contract with Cherokee Enterprises Inc. for $4,484,185 for the environmental remediation. With a 10% contingency, the…

Arts & Culture

Rescue yet another cultural institution: science museum

Rescue yet another cultural institution: science museum

It’s unthinkable to leave as a skeleton a world-class museum promised to Miami-Dade, said several commissioners who Tuesday found no choice but to rescue yet another cultural institution. “We cannot go back on this; we…

Education

Demand for finance education soars

Demand for finance education soars

After making its way out of the financial crisis relatively unscathed, the demand for finance education in Miami business schools is growing at shocking rates, with a stabilizing job market awaiting graduates. In the wake…

Healthcare

MIAMI cell demand is on the rise

MIAMI cell demand is on the rise

MIAMI cell demand is on the rise after a successful national release early last year and continuous better-than-expected positive results in patients with bone defects. According to Dr. H. Thomas Temple, professor and senior vice…

Transportation

Courts key to Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami

Courts key to Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami

Though the Florida Legislature dealt a setback to efforts of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA) to bring Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami, a recent Florida Supreme Court decision may pave a way.…

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