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Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture wins airport baggage system deal

Miami-Dade commissioners approved 8-4 last week awarding a contract to construct baggage handling system improvements at Miami International Airport to Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture, with almost $7.5 million for pre-construction phases and up to $177 million for…

‘Smart money’ buys multi-million Miami homes

In 2013, homes selling for at least $1 million accounted for an astounding 20% of single-family home sales. A year later, brokers don’t see that trend ebbing any time soon.…

Marlins store lands at airport

Marlins store lands at airport

After months of planning, a Miami Marlins affiliate opened a small but merchandise-packed retail operation at Miami International Airport on Saturday. The 244-square-foot store is right in front of Gate…

Hedge funds lead financial firms’ flow into Miami

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…

Car exporters question port disparities

Car exporters question port disparities

Importers and exporters of motor vehicles in the Miami area are expressing dissatisfaction with what they say are differing documentation requirements at each US port. Hakan Sayin, the owner of…

Push seeks more local jobs on city contracts

Push seeks more local jobs on city contracts

Miami commissioners are considering legislation to help ensure that local people are hired for public projects, and perhaps make a dent in the city’s poverty level. “We have a chance…

Giant Badia Spices to expand

Badia Spices Inc. – a spice manufacturer whose products can be found on the shelves in Publix, Walmart, Winn-Dixie and other markets – wants to open a second distribution facility…

Global shoppers fuel Miami malls

Global shoppers fuel Miami malls

Efforts to cash in on international tourism are paying off for some of the area’s largest shopping malls. While it’s difficult to get accurate figures, international visitors account for a…

Swire to tunnel under closed Miami street

Swire to tunnel under closed Miami street

Part of Southeast Sixth Street has been closed through next April 15 as part of the massive Brickell City Centre project in the heart of Miami. Southeast Sixth is closed…

Tale of lobsters and China trade

A growing appetite in China for the Florida spiny lobster has prompted changes in the local industry affecting everyone in the supply chain from fishermen to exporters. While the increased…

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