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Big-time college sports headed for a paycheck touchdown

Last week Florida International University unveiled a three-year naming rights deal with Ocean Bank to get income from its football stadium. Two days later a federal judge ruled that top-tier schools can pay football and basketball…

Mayor Can Exercise His Right To Be Wrong We Shouldnt Bite

Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez' bid to create a strong mayor with unprecedented power has been ruled legal, but nothing says it's sensible.…

Brickell Name Battle Shows Tallahassee Needs Big Changes

The Battle of Brickell, just waged in Tallahassee over whether to rename two downtown blocks after the famed avenue, typifies needless state involvement and illustrates how faulty procedures imperil rational…

Strong Chamber Convoy Rolls Toward Highway Solutions

Rarely in 20 years has the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce's annual goals conference been so tightly focused. And since attendance shot up, more clout should be chasing fewer projects…

A Raise For County Commissioners Is Only Fairto Taxpayers

Miami-Dade commissioners for the eighth time are asking voters to raise their pay. Let's hope the eighth time is the charm.…

Publics Economic Clout Is Vital On Stage And At Home Plate

Beyond competing for ticket sales and public funds, sports and culture seldom cross paths. But the woes of the 14-year-old Florida Marlins and the 50-year-old Coconut Grove Playhouse intersect.…

Chambers New Solvency Positions It For True Leadership

As the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce prepares for its annual goals-setting session and leadership change in mid-May, it's far better equipped to fulfill its mission than it has been…

No More Footdragging Repay Miamians What Theyre Due

A change in Miami city managers should not be permitted to delay refunding of illegal fire-rescue fees.…

Anticipate The Joint Ventures Pitfalls Before The Fire Sale

Outgoing City Manager Joe Arriola's legacy may well spotlight his efforts to sell the money-losing James L. Knight Center.…

Condo Markets Future Its So Much Clearer In Retrospect

Are we overbuilding high-rise residential properties in Dade County? …

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