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Front Page » 2011 » May (Page 11)

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Gold Medal Winners Lifetime Achiever Phillip Frost Honored

To prolonged applause, three prominent individuals and four leading organizations won Gold Medal honors highlighting contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today's 12th annual Gold Medal Awards dinner last week.…

Only 13 Of Floridas Mortgage Brokers Recertified

Two months after the deadline for Florida mortgage brokers to reapply under new state and federal rules only 5,600 — 13% of the more than 42,000 brokers once licensed —…

40story Brickell Tower Gets First Tenant As Opening Day Nears

After getting a $130 million construction loan, a new name and its first tenant, the 600,000-square-foot office tower under construction on Brickell Avenue is positioning itself to enter a competitive…

Miami Office Vacancies Now Near 20 Expected To Soar This Year

Firms looking for office space in 2011 should have little trouble finding it in Miami. Vacancy rates, which remained stagnant at close to 20% in the first quarter of the…

Miamidade Commissioners Plan To Pick Replacements For Jackson Overseer

The Miami-Dade County Commission voted Tuesday to support Chairman Joe Martinez's call to abandon Jackson Memorial's Public Health Trust for a financial advisory board and plans to pick members next…

South Florida Trade Rockets Ahead Beats Prerecession Level

Trade through South Florida in the first two month of 2011 rocketed to $16.1 billion, surpassing both recession and pre-recession levels.…

Beacon Councils Brazil Action Plan May Target Nations Smaller Markets

In about two months the Beacon Council hopes to have a plan in hand outlining how Miami-Dade County and its businesses can best capitalize on the seemingly ever-expanding opportunities in…
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