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Front Page » 2009 » August (Page 4)

State Farms Exit Leaves Florida Insurers And State Scrambling

As State Farm Insurance Co. prepares to leave Florida's homeowners insurance market, the state and the insurance industry say they're doing all possible to keep the insurance giant's 1.2 million…

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New Barry Business Dean Mandakovic Focuses On Values As He Seeks International Education Ties To Local Companies

Barry University's accredited Andreas School of Business offers solid curriculum, innovative community programs and life lessons in ethics, new Dean Tomislav Mandakovic says. Now, he wants the world to know.…

Budget Snafu Leaves Miamidade Transit Tax Spending In Limbo

Miami-Dade won't be able to use half-penny transit sales surtax proceeds to support existing transportation services should commissioners follow Mayor Carlos Alvarez's lead and choose not to increase the county…

With Miami Port Tunnel Plan Advancing Barge Traffic May Too

Although plans for twin tunnels to the Port of Miami are back on solid ground for now, plans to transport port cargo via short-sea shipping along the Miami River may…

12 Parking Builders Vie At Ballpark

Twelve contractors have jumped into the Marlins stadium development game, all vying to build parking for the ballpark now under construction at the old Miami Orange Bowl site. …

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