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200 paid internships due in key industries

A coalition of six area colleges and universities and Miami-Dade public schools is working together to create 200 new paid internships to place students in local industries deemed to have the most potential for future growth. The…

Businesses fight annexations, tax hits

Business owners in a proposed annexation area say they don’t want to become part of Opa-locka as the city moves to expand its boundaries. They’re circulating a petition addressed to…

Key prescribes new Walgreens application

Key prescribes new Walgreens application

An appeal of Key Biscayne’s denial of a Walgreens development in the island’s entry block was taken off the agenda and settled hours before it was to be heard, with…

NY, DC still outpace our office rents

Miami office rental prices have picked up and are well above some East Coast urban centers but remain lower than those of Washington, DC, and New York City. “Rent is…

Post office cancels former competition

Post office cancels former competition

If you can’t beat them, take advantage of their expansive infrastructure. At least that’s what the US Postal Service is doing with its major competitors. When express carriers such as…

Miami targets venture capital magnet

Miami hasn’t been known as a hot spot for venture capital, but that could be changing. Local venture capital firms, angel investors and academics are building a system – both…

Sun Life Stadium can’t squeeze in Youth Fair

As the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair and Exposition reviews three potential new homes, including land beside the Sun Life Stadium owned in part by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, each…

FPL pushes ahead with new nuclear reactors

FPL pushes ahead with new nuclear reactors

Florida Power & Light Co. this week said it will push ahead with plans to build two additional reactors at its Turkey Point nuclear plant south of Miami as energy…

European demand shifts condo market

European demand shifts condo market

There’s a distinct French influence at Le Parc at Brickell, and it’s a sign of an emerging trend. The decorative flourishes by French furniture designer Ligne Roset are a deliberate…

Taiwanese tech firms make Miami a hub

Taiwanese tech firms make Miami a hub

Taiwanese tech and scientific companies find Miami-Dade to be a good hub for doing business with Latin America, says David Liu, director of TAITRA, Taiwan Trade Center Miami. TAITRA has…

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