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Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

Drawn by both favorable weather and tax climates, financial service firms are a fast-growing business sector here. “Hedge funds have been moving from New York and elsewhere to Miami,” said attorney Carlos Deupi, chairman of the Miami…

Dolphins’ site studied for Youth Fair

Land beside Sun Life Stadium owned in part by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is viewed in a just-completed study as a new home for the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair…

20th Century Fox vision of Miami attraction

20th Century Fox vision of Miami attraction

Miami-Dade County has scheduled meetings with two companies, Dinosaur Park Miami Corp. and Miami Wilds LLC, that submitted proposals last month to develop an entertainment complex area at Zoo Miami.…

Miami-Orlando by train for under $100

Passengers boarding Florida East Coast Industries’ intercity passenger rail service are likely to pay less than $100 for a trip from Miami to Orlando. The rail line is still determining…

Quiet impact of Spanish firm Dragados

Spain-based Dragados is a “super conservative” construction company that doesn’t like to talk a lot about itself, said Chris O’Neil, but the firm is making an impact in Florida from…

Home sales record, but not prices

Home sales record, but not prices

It’s almost like the good old days. Almost. Sales of houses and condominiums are brisker than they’ve ever been – even compared to the height of the real estate boom…

Telemundo launches $10 million studio

Telemundo launches $10 million studio

In its run-up to the 2015 opening of the FIFA World Cup Soccer series, NBCUniversal’s Telemundo Media last week launched a new $10 million studio for its sports channel, Deportes…

Depressed Europe trims visits to Miami

Depressed Europe trims visits to Miami

Depressed economies in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy caused tourism business from Western Europe to fall during the first half of this year. Visitors from Western Europe generated more than…

Miami gives Wal-Mart permit in Midtown

The Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved a Class II Special Permit for the Wal-Mart project in Midtown. City Planning Director Francisco Garcia confirmed that he signed the permit…

Fraud charges rock Miami credit ratings

When federal regulators leveled securities fraud charges last month against the City of Miami and its former budget director, it renewed longstanding concerns about the city’s financial controls that could…

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