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Tailor-made college apprenticeships program for companies to be talent hub

A new college apprenticeship program launched in May by Miami Dade College in collaboration with the US Department of Labor, Florida Department of Education and major partners in targeted industries aims to be a talent hub,…

Currency exchanges on decline but remain charity cash cows

Currency exchanges on decline but remain charity cash cows

Though the Foreign Currency Exchange industry is in decline, Miami-Dade County is on track to approve a new lease and concession agreement to the International Currency Exchange contractor that has…

Mount Sinai Medical Center to finish expansion this year

Mount Sinai Medical Center to finish expansion this year

Mount Sinai Medical Center, which broke ground in late 2016 on a $275 million expansion plan to include a new surgical tower and emergency department to its Miami Beach campus,…

Garage delays drive down Miami Parking Authority bond status

Garage delays drive down Miami Parking Authority bond status

Emerging technology and delayed projects are having an impact on the Miami Parking Authority, the city’s semi-autonomous parking agency. That’s according to a report from Fitch Ratings service. Fitch Ratings…

Brightline rail still standing in station awaiting feds’ OK

Brightline rail still standing in station awaiting feds’ OK

The startup luxury Brightline rail service to link Miami with West Palm Beach is still standing in the station, the company announced Friday. In a news release, the company says…

Tried-and-true adages keynote tax reform financial advice

Tried-and-true adages keynote tax reform financial advice

With much about tax reform remaining up in the air, wealth advisors are urging their clients to proceed cautiously and keep some tried-and-true adages in mind. “We still have a…

South Florida household spending high on housing, low on transportation

South Florida household spending high on housing, low on transportation

The average South Florida household spends proportionally more on housing than the national average but, surprisingly, less than average on transportation, healthcare and food, a federal study issued last week…

Nero plotting economic development strategy for Puerto Rico

Nero plotting economic development strategy for Puerto Rico

Frank Nero, president and CEO of Miami’s Beacon Council from 1996 to 2013, has a new challenge on his hands: he and his Economic Solutions Group consulting firm have been…

Builder pick set to spur Coconut Grove bayfront development

Builder pick set to spur Coconut Grove bayfront development

A contractor has been selected to build the long-awaited Grove Bay Parking Garage on the waterfront in Coconut Grove. The city’s Off-Street Parking Board on Nov. 1 authorized the Miami…

Luxury yacht industry in Florida has best sales year

Luxury yacht industry in Florida has best sales year

The luxury yacht industry in Florida is enjoying its most successful year, with record numbers of boats sold and registered. Multiple companies in Miami have reaped the benefits, saying that…

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