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Front Page » 2012 » April (Page 11)

American Begins Miamibarcelona Flights

American Airlines' first flight from Barcelona arrived in Miami on Tuesday, signaling the start of new service to Spain.…

Nearly 200 Spanish Companies Make Homes In Miami

Spanish firms continue to view South Florida as a key entryway into the US and Latin American markets, boosting the local economy with their investments and creating thousands of…

As Marlins Park Opens Garage Retail Still Vacant

As the Miami Marlins prepared to play their home opener Wednesday against the St. Louis Cardinals, the 53,000 square feet of retail space at the garages outside the doors…

Florida Paying Miami Commuters To Carpool

Want to make an extra $25? How about $50? Or even $75?…

Miami Beach Scrambles To Keep Convention Center Development On Track

With longtime Miami Beach Procurement Director Gus Lopez suddenly out of a job, dogged by what are still vague allegations of professional misconduct, officials are hoping to keep on…

Florida Exports To Spain Tumble 30

With the state's strongest business ties to Spain, Greater Miami is feeling ripple effects from the Spanish economic crisis.…

Massive Construction Job Might Shut South Miami Avenue

The construction of Swire Properties' massive CitiCentre project in Brickell could result in part of South Miami Avenue closing for an unspecified period as construction advances.…

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