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Individual health insurance rates to rise 13.2%

Florida residents will be paying an average increase of 13.2% for individual health care insurance in 2015, according to preliminary numbers from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. No data has been released yet on employer plans…

US Century Bank says sale near

US Century Bank says sale near

After several false starts, US Century Bank has a secure transaction in place with two parties and hopes to finalize a sale this fall, its CEO says. “We have to…

Global firm seeking Miami trade hub

Global firm seeking Miami trade hub

One of the globe’s largest industrial property owners is seeking to create a foreign trade zone magnet hub in Northwest Miami-Dade County. Prologis, which operates 574 million square feet of…

Trade financing flows for small business

Trade financing flows for small business

With an extremely high percentage of small and medium-sized business in South Florida, it’s unsurprising that they account for a significant portion of the area’s export-import sector. Obtaining trade financing…

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Last year, Florida homeowners insurance companies took in more than $8.5 billion from policy premiums while paying out $2.3 billion in losses and other expenses, for a net difference of…

Big investors reap whirlwind rental profits

Wall Street and other big investors are reaping the benefits of Miami-Dade County’s robust housing rental market, but to the chagrin of renters paying top dollar, market watchers say. Those…

‘Ballers’ to begin shooting as series

“Ballers,” one of the television pilots that was filmed here late last year, will begin shooting in November, film sources said. The HBO show features Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, actor…

200 paid internships due in key industries

200 paid internships due in key industries

A coalition of six area colleges and universities and Miami-Dade public schools is working together to create 200 new paid internships to place students in local industries deemed to have…

Park Grove towers to rise in first quarter

Park Grove towers to rise in first quarter

Two notable development firms in Miami have assembled an impressive team of architects and designers to transform an important cornera of Coconut Grove into the destination for bayfront living. It’s…

BB&T sells foreclosed offices to Kislak

BB&T sells foreclosed offices to Kislak

BB&T Bank sold most of an office condo building at 14750 NW 77th Court in Miami Lakes relatively quickly to the Kislak Organization for $6.2 million, giving the private real…

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