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Front Page » 2013 » August (Page 5)

Beach convention center negotiators ready

Miami Beach’s negotiation team is in place as the city prepares to hammer out the details of several agreements with South Beach ACE to develop a $1.1 billion convention center.…

Wells Fargo plans to hire hundreds

Wells Fargo’s local operation is growing across all its business units and by year’s end it plans to add hundreds of bankers, hire home mortgage consultants for most of its…

Wal-Mart set to get Midtown permit

Wal-Mart’s project to open a store in Midtown is moving forward. The City of Miami expects to issue an architectural design permit to the megastore by the end of this…

FYI Miami: August 8, 2013

JUNE CONSTRUCTION BLIP: Tri-county contracts for future construction fell noticeably in June, McGraw Hill Construction said. Nonresidential contracts fell 52% from June 2012 and residential contracts fell 19% for a…

Filming in Miami: August 8, 2013

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County MayorÕs Office of Film & Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami MayorÕs Office of Film, Arts & Entertainment, (305) 860-3823;…

Alan Dimond has led trial teams in significant legal cases as his practice grew with expansions of Greenberg Traurig

Even though he wanted to be a labor lawyer, Alan T. Dimond now has more than 40 years in commercial and real estate litigation, and has represented major multinational corporations,…

Our governments add costly corollaries to Parkinson’s Law

C. Northcote Parkinson would feel quite at home in Miami. That’s unfortunate. In the long run it’s very costly. Cyril Northcote Parkinson was a British naval historian who wrote 60…

FIU adds 10 programs across China

With the success of its Hospitality & Tourism Management program in Tianjin, Florida International University continues to expand its presence in China with a variety of new programs over the…

Saudi Arabia, China funnel students to Miami

Universities in Miami-Dade have seen foreign student numbers increase as an overall trend. Saudi Arabia, China, Venezuela and Colombia are the countries that most international students come from in the…

Voters get final say on Grove waterfront

Miami’s City Commission voted last week to let residents decide what to do with the facilities next to city hall currently occupied by Scotty’s Landing and the Chart House restaurant.…

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