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Giant Badia Spices to expand

Badia Spices Inc. – a spice manufacturer whose products can be found on the shelves in Publix, Walmart, Winn-Dixie and other markets – wants to open a second distribution facility to meet growing product demand. …

Facebook faces small businesses

Facebook faces small businesses

It’s hard to believe that Facebook didn’t exist 11 years ago. Now it seems like everybody has their own page, and small businesses searching for new marketing tools are delving…

Credit card chip deadline looms

Credit card chip deadline looms

Two former credit card company executives are warning Miami’s business community to be prepared next year to handle a new credit card chip technology designed to stop fraud or be…

Added Magic City, Hialeah Park venues pending

Added Magic City, Hialeah Park venues pending

With a new court ruling in their favor, the owners of Miami’s Magic City Casino are looking to expand their gambling operations and Florida City in southern Miami-Dade County is…

No room at inn for some conventions

No room at inn for some conventions

While convention center and city staff will work with various conventions and trade shows to accommodate them during the expected 2016-2018 construction on the Miami Beach Convention Center, getting construction…

Dry cleaning pollution cleanups spotty

Dry cleaning pollution cleanups spotty

Miami-Dade County says it still needs more money funneled into the statewide Dry Cleaning Solvent Program, even though the state is providing $6.5 million for the program this year, $1…

Foreigners do 70% of tourist spending

Foreigners do 70% of tourist spending

Overwhelmingly, overnight visitors to the Greater Miami area lodge in Miami Beach, followed by downtown Miami and the airport area.  These findings and more on characteristics of visitor stays in…

Vision of an inland cargo port

Vision of an inland cargo port

Overlooking his family’s land in Medley from atop a nearby landfill, businessman Lowell Dunn II has a vision for creating an “inland cargo port” that would involve selling a big…

Railroad to take the high road

Railroad to take the high road

What are now mainly parking lots might turn into a bustling downtown Miami train station complete with retail, offices, residences and a hotel.  All Aboard Florida, a subsidiary of Coral…

Pharmaceutical firms flock to Miami

Pharmaceutical firms flock to Miami

More pharmaceutical companies are finding a home in Greater Miami. There are scores of firms in the area, although it may not be so noticeable because they aren’t clustered into…

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