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Credit Pipeline Open But Clogs Interfere

Although banking industry experts say the availability of credit has improved significantly in the past year, banks continue to deal with adapting to a changing regulatory environment that distracts…

Miamidade Looks To Cng Bus Fleet

Compressed natural gas might help motorists and government alike save significantly on transit expenses — and perhaps even significantly reduce harmful emissions. …

Miami Tops Nation In Luxury Car Sales

When it comes to luxury car and truck sales, market analysts say Miami is king.…

Bank Merger Wave On The Way

Local bankers say they are concerned about inevitable changes in the interest rate and the implementation of new minimum capital levels. More merger and acquisition activity is expected in…

Property Value Rises Trigger Foreclosures

Experts say the economy is on the mend, yet home foreclosure filings are still on the rise in Greater Miami.…

Dont Touch Parking Meters State Told

Even though a Florida Department of Transportation-promoted bill to collect 50% of the revenue from parking meters along state-owned rights of way was killed because of a Sun Life…

Intellectual Curiosity About The Economics Of Higher Education

It seems like a great quest for knowledge: find out the exact impact of higher education on Miami-Dade County's eco-nomy. A resolution asking exactly that was before a county commission…

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Chief Judge Bertila Soto Grew Up In A Family Of Lawyers Wants Public To Know Importance Of Independent Judiciary

ost challenging jobs throughout history. But for Judge Bertila Soto, it is precisely those challenges that have sparked a strong passion and admiration for the law. Judge Soto grew up…

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