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Entrepreneurs get hand growing profits

As CEO of a new company, Michael McCord felt he was trying to do everything but not performing well enough until he was advised through his association with Endeavor Miami that using his unique talents was…

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…

Mystery luxury department store targets Brickell

The posh Brickell area offers some of Miami’s finest urban amenities, but one exception has been a scarcity of retail stores, particularly the lack of a department store. That’s going…

Beckham seeks tax break, government swoons

By Dara Kam The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE – Lawmakers and celebrity watchers swooned over David Beckham as the soccer superstar shook up the Capitol on Tuesday while making…

Retirement savings growing again

Over the past two years, professionals in Greater Miami have begun to start saving for retirement earlier and more thoroughly than before. For some, the prospect of dwindling retirement funds…

Contractors boost wages in boom

Contractors boost wages in boom

A continued construction boom in South Florida and Miami-Dade County has put a heightened demand on skilled construction workers that has only increased over the past eight months. To account…

Mega-yacht marina sails ahead

Mega-yacht marina sails ahead

An aging marina on the Miami River is a step closer to being reborn as a haven for mega-yachts, after action this week by the Miami River Commission. The plan…

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