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Front Page » 2008 » August (Page 11)

Calendar Of Events Business

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Missouri Company Lets Purchase Option On Miami Jaialai Expire Remains Mum On Whether Lowered Slot Profit Expectations Influenced Decision

Missouri-based Isle of Capri Casinos has let its option to buy Miami Jai-Alai expire.…

Some Auto Companies Put The Brakes On Leasing Operations Move Could Better Market But Hurt Imageconscious Drivers In South Florida

Some of the nation's biggest car companies are putting the brakes on auto leasing, a move that could hurt dealers' business and force drivers from behind the wheels of cars…

Miami International Airport Faring Ok As Airlines Cut Flights Increase Charges

As airlines cut flights and impose new charges to make up for rising fuel costs, Miami International Airport's international business is acting as a buffer to pain felt by other…

Many Banks Maintain Level Of Charitable Giving To Nonprofits Despite Sour Economy

In recent months, newspapers awash with stories of suffering banks have caused some to wonder whether nonprofits that benefit from bank donations will feel the burn too.…

The Related Group And Lubertadler Partners Sweep Up 120 Units At A Discount At 50 Biscayne Move Heralds Arrival Of Vulture Firms Locally

In an unusual deal, The Related Group partnered with private equity firm Lubert-Adler Partners in a bulk purchase of 120 condo units at 50 Biscayne, a project Related co-developed with…

Miami Discontinues Adding Investments To Mortgage Giants Plans To Continue To Keep A Quarter Of Investment Portfolio With Them

Recent losses of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have led the City of Miami to stop adding investments in the two mortgage-market dominators, though it plans to continue…

Miamidade County Calm In Face Of Fannie Maefreddie Mac Hubbub

With mortgage powerhouses Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac posting multi-billion-dollar losses, some investors are alarmed. …
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