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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 attorney Carlos Deupi, chairman of the Miami…

Gambling in Florida shrinks a bit

Gambling in Florida shrinks a bit

For the first time in years, there probably is less gambling in Florida today than there was a year ago, said John Sowinski, president of the Orlando-based anti-gambling group No…

Downtown decries ‘mystery’ in soccer site

Rumors of a possible Major League Soccer franchise for Miami sparked enthusiasm and caution among directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority at their meeting Friday. Investors representing retired soccer star…

BJ’s Wholesale takes environmentally damaged site

BJ’s Wholesale takes environmentally damaged site

In the summer of 2014, Miami-Dade County residents will be able to welcome a big box store with less resistance than Midtown’s looming Walmart: a BJ’s Wholesale club at 7090…

24-year-old ‘spokester’ sparks credit union

24-year-old ‘spokester’ sparks credit union

A financial institution whose members are typically middle-aged has recruited a 24-year-old to help attract customers born in the 1980s and ’90s. And since it hired Alysha Klein as its…

Bonds for Sun Life Stadium revamp hold their ground

Bonds for Sun Life Stadium revamp hold their ground

Owners of the Miami Dolphins, who were thrown for a loss last year in seeking $289 million from taxes to revamp their Sun Life Stadium, held their ground last month…

Billions in foreign deposits fuel Miami banks

Billions in foreign deposits fuel Miami banks

Miami continues to be a major center of foreign money despite the recession and stricter banking regulations, experts say. Nearly $7 billion in foreign money sits on the balance sheets…

86% of Miami’s car sales imports

86% of Miami’s car sales imports

Sales of all types of new vehicles in Miami-Dade County reached more than 34,000 in the last quarter, new statistics show. A total of 20,663 new cars and 13,607 new trucks…

Mayor questions convention center hotel

Mayor questions convention center hotel

South Beach ACE might face new terms if it moves forward as developer of the massive project tied to Miami Beach’s convention center. Incoming Mayor Philip Levine is reluctant to…

Ericsson conclave targets urban advances

By Nina Lincoff Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson is betting that information and communications technology will be the next big thing for urban improvement, enough so to build a new pavilion…

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