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Hold PortMiami land, Mayor says

Hold PortMiami land, Mayor says

Mayor Carlos Gimenez says since we can’t foresee the best use of valuable PortMiami land in coming years, it’s most responsible to hold bare land unused for a while. After…

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To persuade Gus to hop back on the bus, upscale its image

To persuade Gus to hop back on the bus, upscale its image

In 1975 Paul Simon wrote the enduring lyrics “Hop on the bus, Gus.” Enduring elsewhere, but not in Miami-Dade, where we’re hopping off the bus by the millions. Despite traffic…

FYI Miami: January 14, 2016

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. FINAL PERMIT…

Filming in Miami: January 14, 2016

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

Kirk Wagar: Miamian runs team of 300 as ambassador to Singapore

Kirk Wagar: Miamian runs team of 300 as ambassador to Singapore

Creativity, innovation, diversity, and fun – those are what Kirk Wagar lists as emblematic of America’s reputation and appeal in Singapore.  As US Ambassador to Singapore for 2½ years, he’s…

Miami International welcomes 44-millionth passenger

Miami International welcomes 44-millionth passenger

Miami International Airport officials had reason to celebrate New Year’s Eve as they closed out the year by welcoming the 44-millionth passenger of 2015, shattering the record of 40.9 million…

Navigation district lectures state on Miami Circle neglect

Navigation district lectures state on Miami Circle neglect

The Florida Inland Navigation District is taking the Florida Department of State to task for ignoring its obligation to maintain the Miami Circle. Grievances were aired Monday at a Miami…

Miami office market becomes magnet to investors

Miami office market becomes magnet to investors

Miami’s high-performing office market has become a magnet to institutional and foreign investors, brokers say, and the competition is causing top-tier buildings to trade for record prices. “Office-market sales are…

Banking industry has yet to see all Dodd-Frank has to offer

Banking industry has yet to see all Dodd-Frank has to offer

Rest assured, experts say, the banking industry has yet to see all that Dodd-Frank has to offer. The 2010 law has strung banks along a regulatory rollercoaster for five years,…

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