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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 long road ahead to arrive at tax…

Construction investment, activity and employment are slipping

Construction investment, activity and employment are slipping

Construction investment, activity and employment are all slipping downward in Miami-Dade County after an almost straight run up in the recovery from the Great Recession in the last decade. Though…

New Jungle Island operator plans broad investments, changes

New Jungle Island operator plans broad investments, changes

The company set to take over the lease of Jungle Island plans investments and improvements to turn the tropical attraction into a new and improved all-day adventure. ESJ Capital Partners…

Miami Wilds theme park zoo lease talks continue

Miami Wilds theme park zoo lease talks continue

Just under three months ago, the US Fish and Wildlife Service announced it was listing the Miami tiger beetle as endangered, and with that, the hazy fate of the Miami…

Free small business academy in South Dade offers networking

Free small business academy in South Dade offers networking

Raul Vergara was hesitant at first to sign up for an eight-week small business academy in South Dade because he’s been running his own business successfully for several years but…

Export-Import Bank sputters, but exporters carry on

Export-Import Bank sputters, but exporters carry on

The nation’s official export credit agency, the Export-Import Bank, suffered a lapse in authorization that lasted the latter part of last year. It has been back up and running –…

Art Basel hotel revenues rise 493%

Art Basel hotel revenues rise 493%

Fourteen years ago, when one of the largest internationally recognized contemporary art festivals announced it would be calling Miami Beach its US home for a few days each December, hoteliers…

Florida runs trade missions to South Africa and Argentina

Florida runs trade missions to South Africa and Argentina

Economic development agency Enterprise Florida aims to help Florida companies expand into foreign economies by way of trade missions to South Africa and Argentina early next year. The first of…

Financing set to bring Tri-Rail trains into MiamiCentral Station

Financing set to bring Tri-Rail trains into MiamiCentral Station

The last piece of the financing puzzle to bring Tri-Rail trains into MiamiCentral Station next year fell into place Oct. 31 when directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment…

Greater Miami Chamber makes Red Cross CEO its own

Greater Miami Chamber makes Red Cross CEO its own

  After a national search, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce directors voted unanimously Tuesday to install Alfred Sanchez as president and CEO on Dec. 5 and began informing community organizations…

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