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Higher education key to luring Asian business leaders

Higher education key to luring Asian business leaders

Focus on higher education is the key to attracting and retaining future Asian business leaders, panelists at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s International Business Leadership Summit said last week.…

Miami International Airport and PortMiami booming

Miami International Airport and PortMiami booming

Miami International Airport and PortMiami are booming as Miami’s most important economic engines and tools in positioning the area as a gateway to the Americas, Bill Johnson, Florida secretary of…

New hotel boom on Northwest 36th St.

New hotel boom on Northwest 36th St.

Back in the day, before the Airport Expressway, Northwest 36th Street was the major road in and out of Miami International Airport. The freeway changed much of that, leaving the…

Federal transit funds are ripe for the taking

Federal transit funds are ripe for the taking

There are federal transit funds ripe for the taking right now, Aileen Bouclé, executive director of the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, has told two professional organizations in the past two…

Filming in Miami: March 31, 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,…

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Martin Mendez: Spearheads IT change in health care, financial services

Martin Mendez: Spearheads IT change in health care, financial services

Martin Mendez, named CEO of NEORIS in August, brings 20 years in global IT administration and business process consulting. Since 2004, he has held roles within the company, first as…

AIG settles claim with Miami Marlins on ballpark construction

AIG settles claim with Miami Marlins on ballpark construction

The Miami Marlins, Miami-Dade County and City of Miami will share in an insurance payout for a disputed environmental claim over ballpark construction that was settled for far more than…

Latin Builders Association school to graduate first class

Latin Builders Association school to graduate first class

Over the past four years, watching students progress through the Latin Builders Association Construction & Business Management Academy Charter High School in Hialeah Gardens has been “like watching a baby…

We’ve got no kicks about soccer, but oh that parking void!

We’ve got no kicks about soccer, but oh that parking void!

Sports might have the ultimate stadium concept in David Beckham’s plan for soccer. For his Overtown stadium there would be no government subsidy. There would be no free land. That…

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