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Business bankruptcies nosedive

Business bankruptcy filings are down in South Florida, attributable say industry experts, to an improving economy led by a solid real estate market and low interest rates. Some analysts expect bankruptcies to continue declining but see possible…

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…

More hotel rooms create rate pressures

More hotel rooms create rate pressures

Market watchers see a continuing bright outlook for Miami-Dade’s visitor industry in the coming year, with a possible dip in some room rates as new hotels come online. The hotel…

Jobs projects won Beacon Council OKs

Jobs projects won Beacon Council OKs

The Beacon Council, a public-private organization that’s charged with the economic development of Miami-Dade County, has for years been involved with a county program where taxpayer funds are allocated to…

‘Smart money’ buys multi-million Miami homes

In 2013, homes selling for at least $1 million accounted for an astounding 20% of single-family home sales. A year later, brokers don’t see that trend ebbing any time soon.…

Marlins store lands at airport

Marlins store lands at airport

After months of planning, a Miami Marlins affiliate opened a small but merchandise-packed retail operation at Miami International Airport on Saturday. The 244-square-foot store is right in front of Gate…

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

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…

Car exporters question port disparities

Car exporters question port disparities

Importers and exporters of motor vehicles in the Miami area are expressing dissatisfaction with what they say are differing documentation requirements at each US port. Hakan Sayin, the owner of…

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