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Higher interest likely, impact unsure

Higher interest likely, impact unsure

An increase in interest rates would have varying impacts in Miami-Dade County, experts say. A local mortgage-lending firm said that, overall, a hike in interest rates would be negative for mortgage lenders and borrowers and…

Foreign cash flow diversifying

Foreign cash flow diversifying

Following a slowdown in foreign investment and deposits into domestic banks and stricter US tax regulations, international banking and investment is slowly returning to the area. A dip in foreign banking followed the recession but…

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DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

The DecoBike launch to Miami is slated for October. The expansion of the bike sharing program, which launched in March 2011 on Miami Beach, was…

10-mile linear park gets new look

10-mile linear park gets new look

GreenLink, a plan to create a 10-mile linear park along the southern Metrorail route, is gaining attention and support and moving ahead with the help…

US Century Bank says sale near

US Century Bank says sale near

After several false starts, US Century Bank has a secure transaction in place with two parties and hopes to finalize a sale this fall, its…

Governments battle to control Dolphins stadium

Governments battle to control Dolphins stadium

As football teams battle it outinside Sun Life Stadium this season, another battle brews – this one for the stadium. At issue: Who should control…

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Opinion

Roots of airport contract cheating reach back to county hall

Roots of airport contract cheating reach back to county hall

In a dirty game, many of 400 to 500 firms holding contracts at Miami International Airport routinely underpay the county by as much as $3 million apiece. Now that Commissioner Dennis Moss has unveiled it in a meeting that Miami Today reported last week, commissioners should fix it. If they probe deep enough, they’ll confront the nasty truth that some blame rests on them. What auditors, inspectors and airport officials told commissioners is that 40% to 60% of airport concessionaires and other…

Profile

Profile: Bernie Fernandez

Profile: Bernie Fernandez

Baptist Health South Florida is the region’s largest faith-based, not-for-profit health caresystem. Within Baptist Health are many moving parts, one of which is the relatively new Baptist Health Medical Group, a network of about 160 (and growing) physicians who come from private practices or straight out of medical training.  Bernie Fernandez, MD, has been CEO of the Medical Group for four months, and in that time he’s learned not just about his domain but many others within Baptist Health, from the…

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Real Estate

Historic Bahamian area to be developed

Historic Bahamian area to be developed

After over a decade of planning and several iterations, Gables Pointe Plaza has a go-ahead for a community center and restaurant on bare land at 280 S Dixie Hwy. after the Coral Gables City Commission…

Government

Governments battle to control Dolphins stadium

Governments battle to control Dolphins stadium

As football teams battle it outinside Sun Life Stadium this season, another battle brews – this one for the stadium. At issue: Who should control zoning and permitting for the stadium and surrounding land, the…

Business & Finance

US Century Bank says sale near

US Century Bank says sale near

After several false starts, US Century Bank has a secure transaction in place with two parties and hopes to finalize a sale this fall, its CEO says. “We have to go through a few more…

Communities

10-mile linear park gets new look

10-mile linear park gets new look

GreenLink, a plan to create a 10-mile linear park along the southern Metrorail route, is gaining attention and support and moving ahead with the help of the University of Miami. This fall, UM students will…

Arts & Culture

Miami movie studio complex delayed

Miami movie studio complex delayed

Groundbreaking for the Miami Entertainment Complex (MEC), set for mid-August, has been delayed until mid-October, with little official explanation. “The MEC is such an important project for the Omni district, the City of Miami and…

Education

College strengthens China ties

Miami Dade College continues to strengthen its relationship with China through the arts and study-abroad programs. Year-to-date, there have been numerous exchanges of students, faculty and ideas. This fall semester, six MDC students will study…

Healthcare

Obamacare paradox in Florida

Obamacare paradox in Florida

In the first year of “Obamacare,” Florida led the nation in having the most new private health insurance enrollees per capita, yet the Sunshine State still has one of the nation’s highest percentages of uninsured,…

Transportation

DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

The DecoBike launch to Miami is slated for October. The expansion of the bike sharing program, which launched in March 2011 on Miami Beach, was set for this summer, but an increase in planned stations…

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