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Bankers wary of credit union bill in Florida Legislature

Bankers are closely watching bills that are making their way through the 2017 legislative session. At the top of the list for many is Senate Bill 1170, which would allow credit unions to become qualified public depositories…

12 Japanese firms here for huge Miami-Dade Water and Sewer contracts

12 Japanese firms here for huge Miami-Dade Water and Sewer contracts

Over two dozen representatives from 12 Japanese firms visited the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department last week to learn about the many construction projects associated with its multi-year capital improvement…

Bank board to discuss replacing labor secretary nominee Alex Acosta

Bank board to discuss replacing labor secretary nominee Alex Acosta

Replacing Alex Acosta as board chair of Miami’s US Century Bank now that he has been nominated to become the nation’s labor secretary will not be easy, says one of…

Marinas on Virginia Key to have local jobs built in

Marinas on Virginia Key to have local jobs built in

Miami city commissioners have approved a new request for proposals to improve and operate the marinas on Virginia Key and they built in a local workforce requirement. Commissioners added language…

Four job categories set records for workers in Miami-Dade County

Four job categories set records for workers in Miami-Dade County

Four job categories set records for number of workers employed in Miami-Dade County in December, an analysis of US Bureau of Labor Statistics records shows. At the same time, the…

Miami banking industry looks hopefully to Trump administration

Miami banking industry looks hopefully to Trump administration

Relief from what are regarded as cumbersome and over-reaching regulations is the Miami banking industry’s hope for the new administration. Steven Mnuchin, the administration’s pick for treasury secretary, has expressed…

Miami’s film industry continues to struggle minus incentives

Miami’s film industry continues to struggle minus incentives

In 2017, Miami’s film industry continues to struggle with the fact that production decision-makers want to film here but are dissuaded by Florida’s lack of an incentive program. There are…

With 14 more due this year, hotels likely to get more aggressive

With 14 more due this year, hotels likely to get more aggressive

Although the county’s hotel market is about to see an influx of new units in the coming year, it won’t be nearly as flooded as it has been in the…

Coral Gables OKs land swap with Codina Partners

Coral Gables OKs land swap with Codina Partners

The Coral Gables commission has approved, at least in concept, a land swap between the city and Codina Partners LLC that will allow an expansion of the new public safety…

Construction investment, activity and employment are slipping

Construction investment, activity and employment are slipping

Construction investment, activity and employment are all slipping downward in Miami-Dade County after an almost straight run up in the recovery from the Great Recession in the last decade. Though…

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