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Front Page » 2013 » January (Page 3)

Hospitals See 19 Billion Medicare Cuts

Miami-Dade County hospitals face more than $1.9 billion in Medicare cuts over the next decade, according to data from the Florida Hospital Association obtained Tuesday by Miami Today.…

Its True Owners Ask Assessment Hikes

Unusual cases have been hitting the desks of the Miami-Dade Value Adjustment Board's special magistrates: property owners are asking to increase their property value to lower their taxes.…

New University Plans Homestead Campus

University of Southernmost Florida executives will receive plans for the first phase of their Homestead campus this week and will put those plans into action in short order.…

Beach Rail Engine Sidetrack But Fired Up

Discussions among Miami Beach city officials about a light passenger rail linking the mainland to the Beach are on hold — for now.…

Pleasure Boat Sales Float Upward

After a few stormy years, dealers say sales of recreational boats are back on an even keel.…

Aging Physicians Portend Md Shortage

Compared with rural areas in Florida, Miami-Dade County's physician workforce is in good shape, but a number of factors suggest that critical shortages are just around the corner. …

Fpl In Contrarian Mode At Nuclear Plants

Despite forecasts for slow growth in electricity usage, Florida Power & Light Co. plans to invest an estimated $17 billion to $23 billion in nuclear and conventional power plants…

Marcelo Claure Looks Ahead To Next 15 Years As He Grows Brightstar Largest Us Hispanicowned Company He Created

Marcelo Claure launched Brightstar with the goal of becoming the largest cell phone trader in Miami. Fifteen years later, Brightstar has been recognized as the largest Hispanic owned company in…

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