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Downtown Has 3 Financial Firms On Hook

Continuing their quest to bring financial services firms as office tenants in Miami's core, representatives of Miami's Downtown Development Authority traveled to Connecticut last month, following a visit to…

Downtown chips in for Medina tech event

If tech entrepreneur Manny Medina is successful, next spring’s eMerge Americas conference will put Miami on the map for technology, much as Art Basel has made it an art mecca.…

Miami plans new hedge fund safari

After a New York City trip last month to meet financial services professionals, “We’re already seeing positive effects,” said Alyce Robertson, executive director of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority, at the…

Miami Plans New Hedge Fund Safari

After a New York City trip last month to meet financial services professionals, "We're already seeing positive effects," said Alyce Robertson, executive director of Miami's Downtown Development Authority, at…

Filmmakers Campaign For Incentives

Florida film leaders are launching a campaign to show legislators the economic impact of filming after the Legislature ended its 2013 session without creating new incentives for film production.…

Filmmakers We Dont Get No Respect

Miami's cinematic identity is evolving, but it will not be complete until we stop wondering "what Los Angeles thinks of us," said some participants in a workshop at CAMACOL's Miami…

Burn Notice Star Projects Miami Film

"Burn Notice" may be ending, but Sharon Gless, one of its stars, is already engrossed in a new project, a movie she hopes will be filmed in Miami.…

When Boss Controls Your Facebook

Whether, and how, employers can control what their employees post on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter depends on many factors, experts say. It's a delicate balance between…

Burn Notice Burns 25 Million Hole

"Burn Notice," the spy drama that garnered top ratings and became synonymous with Miami, will end when the filming of its seventh season wraps up this summer, and its…

Film Incentives On Cutting Room Floor

The Florida Legislature ended its 2013 session Friday having created no incentives for film production, a move observers say could strangle the booming local film industry.…

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