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The Question To Kick Off 2006 Are We Topish In Housing

Barry, you didn't seek this advice, but it's free - a price the red-ink Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce can afford as you step in as its fourth CEO in…

The Question To Kick Off 2006 Are We Topish In Housing

The year begins with no clearer sign of where the housing boom is headed than we had at the outset of 2005. Everyone is asking everyone else when demand is…

See The Usa In Your Chevroletthat Is If You Can Pay The Way

America's love affair with the automobile was a bargain-basement date through the last century. Once behind the wheel, the cost of a drive was negligible. Except for periodic spikes in…

Now That Burger Kings Order Is Filled Lets Keep On Serving

Three years ago this week, we congratulated ourselves on retaining Burger King's global headquarters.…

Browards Gamble On Slot Machines Is A Bad Bet For Florida

Last week's special session of the Florida Legislature guaranteed that Broward County residents would be the state's first victims of legalized slot-machine casinos - but maybe not the last.…

Hurricane Flags Wont Wave Away Global Business Interests

Though we fretted about their legacy, hurricanes that walloped Miami's economy this year didn't deflect strong business interests from abroad.…

Partnership Revs Engines In Drive To Recover From Wilma

A round of applause, please, for civic and government leaders who last week created Partnership for Recovery to eradicate Hurricane Wilma's legacy.…

Just When We Thought Wed Outgrown Childish Namecalling

Miami's most welcome change has been to smooth ethnic frictions. A community once divided against itself along ethnic lines has grown far closer together even as it has grown more…

Hireathome Rule Doesnt Do Justice To Taxpayers Or Region

County commissioners do their best work when they debate policy instead of squabbling over whose friends should get contracts.…

In The Wake Of Wilma We Long To Shout We Will Rebuild

As we overcome Hurricane Wilma's misery, let's pause to draw wisdom from the aftermath of Andrew, the 1992 hurricane that crushed South Miami-Dade, left thousands homeless and became our yardstick…

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