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Front Page » 2010 » June (Page 7)

International Trade Engine Will Sputter Without Better Effort Chamber Warned

Miami's spot as Hub of the Americas isn't guaranteed forever, a Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce committee was told Saturday, and the community must push hard to secure its economic…

Leaders Turn Desires To Port Dredging As Needed Tiein With Tunnels Impact

With construction on hard-fought tunnels to the Port of Miami under way, local leaders have turned their attention to dredging, another project considered crucial to Miami's future as a cargo…

Global Crossing Keeps Data Flowing During Hurricane Season

From a downtown Miami data center, global telecommunications giant Global Crossing is working with corporations throughout Latin America to prevent data loss during a hurricane as the season begins.…

Asian Firms To Add Jobs Set Up Hubs

Two Asian firms are setting up in Miami-Dade, creating 70 jobs and investing $2.4 million over three years.…

Dire Warnings As Miamidade County Adds To Childrens Museum Funds

Without a tax-rate hike next fiscal year, Miami-Dade could lose all parks programs and see departmental budgets cut as much as 25%, County Manager George Burgess warned commissioners last week…

Scaleddown Met 3 Downtown Project Revived

After putting downtown retail and residential project Met 3 on hold, MDM Development Group is reviving and retooling the project with plans to begin construction first quarter 2011.…

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