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Contractors boost wages in boom

Contractors boost wages in boom

A continued construction boom in South Florida and Miami-Dade County has put a heightened demand on skilled construction workers that has only increased over the past eight months. To account…

Profile: Scott Coble

Profile: Scott Coble

Scott Coble’s office is, as one would expect for the new Florida regional president of Wells Fargo, covered in the bank’s stagecoach iconography. There’s a coach on his lapel, coach…

Profile: Philip Levine

Profile: Philip Levine

Although tourists may think otherwise, distracted by seven or eight miles of pristine beaches, Art Deco ornamentation and a stunning mid-winter array of tropical plants that are surprisingly green for…

Key gets set for Sony Open

Key gets set for Sony Open

Key Biscayne residents fully expected Miami-Dade’s announcement late last month that repairs to the Bear Cut Bridge leading to the Key won’t be done for the Sony Open tennis tournament…

Profile: Karen Gilmore

Profile: Karen Gilmore

A little more than six weeks into her role as head of the Miami Branch of the Federal Reserve of Atlanta, Karen Gilmore is adjusting nicely.  The Doral-area compound where…

Coral Gables a model of stability

Coral Gables a model of stability

Coral Gables isn’t just home to great examples of historic Miami – it also houses one of the most stable office markets in the area. While it isn’t entirely immune…

Profile: Roslyn Artis

Profile: Roslyn Artis

At her six-month evaluation as interim president of Florida Memorial University, Dr. Roslyn Artis jumped into her role permanently.  Massachusetts born and West Virginia raised, Dr. Artis is a veteran…

Miami primed for retail store growth

Miami primed for retail store growth

Greater Miami is a well-known hotbed for luxury sales, whether it’s an automobile or a handbag that you fancy. But the area sells a range of products across all price…

Investors could put University of Miami mahi mahi on menus

After two years breeding mahi mahi fingerlings for toxicology research, the University of Miami’s aquaculture program and hatchery on Virginia Key is open to investors looking to bring its fingerlings…

Trolley system set to nearly double fleet

Trolley system set to nearly double fleet

After five years in service, Doral’s Trolley system is getting ready to expand. Later this year, the city expects to nearly double its fleet of blue, gold and white trolleys…

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