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Front Page » 2017 » January (Page 2)

Guatemalan snow peas become first ocean-to-air transshipment

Guatemalan snow peas become first ocean-to-air transshipment

Two days after arriving at Port Everglades, several tons of Guatemalan snow peas were to be air-shipped last night (2/1) from Miami International Airport to Amsterdam via Centurion Cargo, the…

Miami banking industry looks hopefully to Trump administration

Miami banking industry looks hopefully to Trump administration

Relief from what are regarded as cumbersome and over-reaching regulations is the Miami banking industry’s hope for the new administration. Steven Mnuchin, the administration’s pick for treasury secretary, has expressed…

Convert interest in running marine stadium into formal bids

Convert interest in running marine stadium into formal bids

Interest by four big-name operators in running a restored Miami Marine Stadium is exciting. But it’s a long road from inquiries to actually running the site. Before the city requests…

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Filming in Miami: January 26, 2017

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,…

Lior Haiat: Consul general sees Miami as Israel’s Latin America hub

Lior Haiat: Consul general sees Miami as Israel’s Latin America hub

Before stumbling into diplomacy, Israeli Consul General Lior Haiat served his country in the Israeli Defense Forces and worked as a journalist. He was passionate about journalism, he said, but…

FYI Miami: January 26, 2017

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. MORE VISITORS,…

88th All Star Game gets Miami funds, Marlins strike out

88th All Star Game gets Miami funds, Marlins strike out

While directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority agreed to donate $50,000 to baseball’s 88th All Star Game in July, some were careful to point out that they were doing so…

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

Miami River group can’t swallow waterfront restaurants

If it were up to the Miami River Commission, it would bar restaurants planned for two riverfront sites zoned marine-industrial. As it is, however, the decision is left to the…

Miami-Dade County’s supply of luxury condos for sale could last five years

Miami-Dade County’s supply of luxury condos for sale could last five years

Plagued by swelling inventory and sagging sales, Miami-Dade County’s supply of luxury condos – defined as those priced at more than $1 million – stood at 2,549 by the end…

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