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Front Page » 2015 » January (Page 4)

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It’s time to get back to core beliefs – or to belatedly list them

It’s time to get back to core beliefs – or to belatedly list them

Organizations need periodic wakeup calls to tend to their own core principles, the ones that underpin the game they’re playing and the results they expect. Whether in business, a nonprofit…

Film industry relying on incentives

Film industry relying on incentives

As was the case last year, the health of Miami’s film industry rests largely on whether the Florida Legislature returns funding to what was once a robust incentive program. That…

Strong housing prices might dip

Strong housing prices might dip

Those who are immersed in residential real estate every day believe the market will stay strong in 2015, with leveling off on the appreciation we’ve seen for the past few…

More hotel rooms create rate pressures

More hotel rooms create rate pressures

Market watchers see a continuing bright outlook for Miami-Dade’s visitor industry in the coming year, with a possible dip in some room rates as new hotels come online. The hotel…

First pharmacy college on way

Larkin Community Hospital is moving ahead with its college of pharmacy, the first in Miami, and plans to open it in September 2016. Rather than wait for groundbreaking on the…

City floats boat show deal for Virginia Key

City floats boat show deal for Virginia Key

Miami commissioners are today (1/8) to weigh a plan to bring the Miami International Boat Show to the city starting next year. Since November, City Manager Daniel Alfonso has been…

Jobs projects won Beacon Council OKs

Jobs projects won Beacon Council OKs

The Beacon Council, a public-private organization that’s charged with the economic development of Miami-Dade County, has for years been involved with a county program where taxpayer funds are allocated to…

Taxis must upgrade, public likely to pay for it

Taxis must upgrade, public likely to pay for it

By March 1, taxis serving Miami International Airport and PortMiami are required to have a credit card-processing system and a light that denotes a vacant cab. And those upgrades are…

Rail station’s impact may alter neighborhood

Rail station’s impact may alter neighborhood

Plans for a 9-acre train station with accompanying residential, retail and office space in downtown Miami might have a ripple effect of sorts on the rest of the neighborhood. All…

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