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Front Page » 2011 » February (Page 11)

Powered By Autos Miamidade Sales Zooming To Rapid Gains

Despite the continued rise in Miami-Dade County's unemployment rate, the most recent taxable sales figures indicate rising consumer confidence and an improving South Florida economy.…

Miami Dade College Gives Iconic Tower A Facelift

Renovations to downtown's Freedom Tower are bringing it up to the standards required of a National Historic Landmark and preparing it for its new role as a cultural and educational…

Florida Marlins Miami Dolphins And Heat Face New Tax Foe

A state senator's attempt to derail the Miami Dolphins' grand plan to increase tourist taxes to upgrade Sun Life Stadium and the Miami Beach Convention Center could also send hefty…

Fast March From Incubator At Fiu To A Milliondollar Military Contract

A technology incubator at Florida International University has given birth to homegrown company that's recently landed a million-dollar contract to provide long-lasting, heat- and cold-resistant batteries to the military.…

Because Washington Is Changing Countys Lobbying Contracts Arent

The Miami-Dade commission is holding off on new Washington lobbying contracts until it has a better idea of how changing political climates will affect the county, moving Tuesday to extend…

648 Million Miami Beach Convention Center Expansion On Meeting Agenda

Top tourism and government officials are to meet Friday to review the final costs and details of the long-sought upgrade to the Miami Beach Convention Center.…

10 Firms Compete To Study A Downtown Miami Conference Center

A feasibility study call by Miami's Downtown Development Authority to continue researching demand for a downtown conference center garnered 10 proposals, with a contract to be awarded by month's end.…
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