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Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

After launching a 16-week competition to find a comprehensive solution to all of Miami’s transportation problems, the Fastrack Institute on Tuesday announced Team Citi.moov as the winner of its Miami…

Currency exchanges on decline but remain charity cash cows

Currency exchanges on decline but remain charity cash cows

Though the Foreign Currency Exchange industry is in decline, Miami-Dade County is on track to approve a new lease and concession agreement to the International Currency Exchange contractor that has…

Jorge Villacampa: Wells Fargo region’s president is adding two branches

Jorge Villacampa: Wells Fargo region’s president is adding two branches

In the conference room at the Wells Fargo offices in downtown, Jorge Villacampa pointed out a mural of Miami on the wall, saying “this is just one way we connect…

Ira Hall: Performing Arts Center Trust chair builds on diversity

Ira Hall: Performing Arts Center Trust chair builds on diversity

Ira Hall’s newest position as chair of the Performing Arts Center Trust Board of Directors is just the latest of his many commitments to engage local communities through public service. …

Audio from recognition glasses helps the blind “see” faces

Audio from recognition glasses helps the blind “see” faces

When Mayor Carlos Giménez and members of his team went to Israel last month, they brought back new Israeli technology that can help blind and visually impaired people read print…

Miami-Dade looks at rolling circulator buses across county

Miami-Dade looks at rolling circulator buses across county

Though many municipalities provide low fare and free bus circulators to their residents, unincorporated Miami-Dade residents are left to rely exclusively on the Metrorail, Metrobus and Metromover systems. To provide…

Burç Ceylan: Consul general spearheads business growth for Turkey

Burç Ceylan: Consul general spearheads business growth for Turkey

Turkish Consul General Burç Ceylan began his tenure in Miami just a month before Hurricane Irma made landfall. Despite his rocky start, Mr. Ceylan says he is acclimating well to…

Ralph Lopez-Massas: Piloting a 12,500-person team at American Airlines hub

Ralph Lopez-Massas: Piloting a 12,500-person team at American Airlines hub

Ralph Lopez-Massas began his career with American Airlines by accident 22 years ago. While still in school, he took a summer job as a general reservations agent and now runs…

Javier Holtz: Expands Marquis Bank to 10 times its size in 7 years

Javier Holtz: Expands Marquis Bank to 10 times its size in 7 years

Since Javier J. Holtz joined Coral-Gables based Marquis Bank in March of 2010, he has grown the bank’s assets more than ten times the original size. ‘It’s a pretty basic…

Commissioners put Miami-Dade transit on hot seat

Commissioners put Miami-Dade transit on hot seat

With declining transit revenues and not enough money to subsidize all services, Miami-Dade’s Department of Transportation and Public Works had to cut services to balance its budget earlier this year.…

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