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Front Page » 2012 » May (Page 14)

American Airlines Workers Grapple With Us Airways Tiein

American Airlines is at odds with many of its employees over a proposal to merge Miami's dominant, but financially struggling, carrier with US Airways.…

Miami Commission Split On Shift To Strong Mayor

Miami commissioners are split over whether the city should adopt a strong mayor form of government, handing over the city manager's power and day-to-day responsibilities to the mayor.…

Colombia Free Trade Agreement Seen As Miamis Gain

With the Colombia Free Trade Agreement set to take effect this month, those in Miami's international trade industry should be among the winners, but concerns about Colombian workers linger.…

Schools Weigh Gambling Giant Gentings Offer For 8 Sites

Miami-Dade County School District officials are sitting on an offer by a firm affiliated with Malaysian casino giant Genting to buy a group of properties at the district's downtown…

Miami International Soars To Record Flying Latin America Trips

Growth by Latin American carriers helped Miami International Airport surge to more than 10.2 million passengers in the first three months of 2012 — a record for the airport…
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