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Major conventions in question

Last week at the cavernous Miami Beach Convention Center, Cruise Shipping Miami – a four-day conference with global pull – folded the tables and chairs and dismantled the acres of displays as it put the finishing…

Caution urged on digital currency

Caution urged on digital currency

A panel comprised of a digital currency expert, a law enforcement official and an executive with PayPal encouraged people to have an open mind when it comes to digital currency…

Retail roster weak as Miami Marlins set to open

Retail roster weak as Miami Marlins set to open

The Miami Marlins’ home opener of the 2015 season is Monday, April 6, the start of the fourth season at the 37,000-seat Major League Baseball facility. Meanwhile, the bulk of…

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

River mega-marina first of its kind globally

The architects working on a project on the Miami River for mega-yachts say it is the first of its kind in the world – everything in one location for the…

Port rail line hauls bonanza

Port rail line hauls bonanza

PortMiami has been efficiently connecting this city to the rest of the nation ever since its rail system was expanded, say port officials. “We have up to two double-stacked trains…

Gables firm, Egypt partner for grain security

Coral Gables-headquartered Blumberg Grain is partnering with Egypt to develop one of the world’s largest food security systems for grain storage. The company, which signed a contract with the Egyptian…

Miamians driving luxury car sales

Miamians driving luxury car sales

Luxury car sales in Miami remain hot along with the city’s reputation as one of the country’s top automotive markets, dealers say. “The fast-paced lifestyle, the culture and the year-round…

Federal Reserve executive’s rosy outlook

Federal Reserve executive’s rosy outlook

With employment rates strengthening and robust loan growth over the past year, the financial outlook for South Florida is optimistic, said Karen Gilmore, vice president, regional executive for the Federal…

Film studio deals for 160 county acres

Film studio deals for 160 county acres

If all goes as planned, a mammoth studio complex comprising 11 sound stages and 1.5 billion cubic feet of water in 10 giant tanks, as well as office and production…

Miami Free Zone brands itself anew

Miami Free Zone brands itself anew

Entering its 36th year, the Miami Free Zone continues to promote itself as a wholesale marketplace and international business center. Moreover, in contrast to more typical foreign trade zones in…

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