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Home insurers’ premium margin expands

Last year, Florida homeowners insurance companies took in more than $8.5 billion from policy premiums while paying out $2.3 billion in losses and other expenses, for a net difference of $6.2 billion, a new financial analysis…

Depressed Europe trims visits to Miami

Depressed Europe trims visits to Miami

Depressed economies in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy caused tourism business from Western Europe to fall during the first half of this year. Visitors from Western Europe generated more than…

Miami gives Wal-Mart permit in Midtown

The Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved a Class II Special Permit for the Wal-Mart project in Midtown. City Planning Director Francisco Garcia confirmed that he signed the permit…

Fraud charges rock Miami credit ratings

When federal regulators leveled securities fraud charges last month against the City of Miami and its former budget director, it renewed longstanding concerns about the city’s financial controls that could…

Preparing Miami’s link to India markets

Each session at a Sept. 27 “Doing Business in India” workshop will be a primer for a November trade mission that will expose South Florida small businesses to a market…

Wells Fargo plans to hire hundreds

Wells Fargo’s local operation is growing across all its business units and by year’s end it plans to add hundreds of bankers, hire home mortgage consultants for most of its…

Wal-Mart set to get Midtown permit

Wal-Mart’s project to open a store in Midtown is moving forward. The City of Miami expects to issue an architectural design permit to the megastore by the end of this…

Ultra-luxury cars sales up, average $161,276

The tough economy isn’t tough for everyone, according to the latest luxury car and truck sales figures for Miami-Dade County. A total of 5,477 luxury cars and high-end sport utility…

County Deals For Sony Open Site Revamp

Negotiations are progressing between the county and promoters on a plan to make millions in upgrades to the tennis center on Key Biscayne that hosts the annual Sony Open.…

Downtown Has 3 Financial Firms On Hook

Continuing their quest to bring financial services firms as office tenants in Miami's core, representatives of Miami's Downtown Development Authority traveled to Connecticut last month, following a visit to…

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