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Front Page » 2010 » August (Page 7)

Homestead Speedway Trims Prices Aims To Be Kidfriendly

Lowering prices and making races more kid-friendly are ways the Homestead-Miami Speedway is looking to increase attendance. …

Miamis Bid To Be A World Cup Host Plays Out Over 3 Hours

Miami's bid to host World Cup matches in either the 2018 or 2022 tournament comes down to a final three hours next month.…

Government Jobs On Chopping Block As Budgeting Deadlines Loom In Area

The worst may be over for much of private-sector job loss, but government cuts still loom.…

Miamidade County Doesnt Join In Gain As Call Center Jobs Return To Us

Call center jobs are coming back to the US, countering the outsourcing trend from years ago. In Miami-Dade, however, the number of call centers has decreased but wages are on…

Oil Spill A Drain On County Purses Thats Slippery To Quantify

Pinning down the cost to Miami-Dade County of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill is a slippery task.…

Pow Wow A 400 Million Travel Industry Bonanza Headed Miamis Way

Miami is in line to host the travel industry's 2016 International Pow Wow, which could funnel the county about $400 million from future international visitors.…

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Pulling Out Of The Downturn Fastest Healthcare Tourism Education Government

Experts from various fields find that the sectors of the local economy exhibiting positive signs of recovery are healthcare, tourism, education and government; the least likely to succeed are real…

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