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Front Page » 2008 » October (Page 3)

Miamibased Cruise Lines Map Different Routes Through A Struggling Economy

With economic conditions making waves globally, signature Miami cruise lines are mapping different routes to calmer waters.…

Community Banks Have Dodged Big Trouble In Economic Downturn So Far Need Financial Market To Improve Soon

Community banks have dodged some of the hits that have left big retail banks heavily bruised in past months. …

Dade Commissioner Souto Says County Has Been Extremely Slow To React To Economic Downturn Needs To Reassess Capital Project Financing Plans

Miami-Dade officials need to wake up and smell the economic coffee, Commissioner Javier Souto says.…

Miami Commissioners Insist Marlins Parking Garage Must Come In At 94 Million City Estimate

Miami commissioners say the Marlins' parking garage must come in at the approximately $94 million city officials say it will cost or they won't pay to build it.…

Mercy Hospital Says It Will Leave Prime Land Undeveloped

Mercy Hospital land once slated for luxury condos is to remain vacant — and off the market.…

Miami Will Continue To Experience Construction Slump Troubled Real Estate Market Economist Says

Scaffolding and cranes won't lift Miami out of the global recession.…

Alyce Robertson Has Mended Fences Now Sees Chance To Get Results As Downtown Development Authority Chief

All eyes were on Miami's Downtown Development Authority when Alyce Robertson stepped in as interim director earlier this year. A Macy's executive's public criticism of the state of downtown thrust…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

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Calendar Of Events Sports

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Calendar Of Events Highlights

GREEN LUNCHEON…

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