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Stocks’ Trump bump still depends on Washington

In what’s being called the “Trump bump,” the stock market has been on a run since the Nov. 8 election. In January, the Dow Jones industrial average surpassed 20,000 points for the first time; it was…

Watson Island Deep Harbour marina coming alive

Watson Island Deep Harbour marina coming alive

In three weeks, Biscayne Bay will provide the setting for a parade of mega- and super-yachts as Deep Harbour marina on Watson Island comes alive for the first time. More…

Rail helps PortMiami gain containerized cargo

Rail helps PortMiami gain containerized cargo

On-dock intermodal rail helped PortMiami as it posted an increase of 15% in containerized cargo movements last fiscal year. The port handled a total of 1,007,800 20-foot equivalent units, or…

Banking industry has yet to see all Dodd-Frank has to offer

Banking industry has yet to see all Dodd-Frank has to offer

Rest assured, experts say, the banking industry has yet to see all that Dodd-Frank has to offer. The 2010 law has strung banks along a regulatory rollercoaster for five years,…

High-profile site may add riverwalk

High-profile site may add riverwalk

A high-profile site near the mouth of the Miami River downtown may finally be opened to the public as part of an extended riverwalk. The additional riverwalk would be temporary,…

More tech-minded firms pick Miami

More tech-minded firms pick Miami

While Viacom International Studios gears up for the inauguration of its 88,000-square-foot production facility in downtown Miami, Miami Dade College’s new animation studio MAGIC is ready to welcome its second…

Miami’s Fed team spots an uptick

Miami’s Fed team spots an uptick

Miami Dade College Provost of Operations Rolando Montoya was recently appointed board chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Miami branch, but his role there remains fairly unchanged. He’s…

Riverside dining, fish market deal cruises ahead

Riverside dining, fish market deal cruises ahead

A plan to turn riverfront land into a culinary destination and fresh fish market has the backing of Miami city commissioners and the Miami River Commission. On Monday the river…

Decades of plans become surgery hub

Decades of plans become surgery hub

For years physicians at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, formerly Miami Children’s, pondered the idea of creating a freestanding pediatric surgery center devoted solely to South Florida’s young population in need of…

Tailspinning Brazil off chamber mission list

Tailspinning Brazil off chamber mission list

Escalating economic and political problems plaguing Brazil forced cancellation of a trade mission to that nation led by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Americas Linkage Committee, said committee chairman…

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