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Yes, Pamela, more true thinkers do come to Miami than flee

A flock of folks have been all atwitter about an opinion piece by a former Miamian that essentially says we’re a city of birdbrains. Pamela Druckerman carefully researched her piece that ran in the New York Times…

As National Growth Slows Miami Boomsat Least For Now

When I was being lured south in the mid-1970s, my Orlando employer assured me that though the US economy was dragging, we'd suffer no impact because special advantages protected Florida.…

Hialeah And Baseball Are A Good Fit If Team Opens Its Wallet

Finally, a good site for a baseball stadium is in play as Marlins officials and Hialeah leaders talk this week. Every aspect appeals more than other choices.…

Housing Is Rising Residents Are Coming But Infrastructure

Did you gasp at last week's report that Miami alone has more than 93,000 housing units planned, up 20,000 from just last summer?…

The Question To Kick Off 2006 Are We Topish In Housing

Barry, you didn't seek this advice, but it's free - a price the red-ink Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce can afford as you step in as its fourth CEO in…

The Question To Kick Off 2006 Are We Topish In Housing

The year begins with no clearer sign of where the housing boom is headed than we had at the outset of 2005. Everyone is asking everyone else when demand is…

See The Usa In Your Chevroletthat Is If You Can Pay The Way

America's love affair with the automobile was a bargain-basement date through the last century. Once behind the wheel, the cost of a drive was negligible. Except for periodic spikes in…

Now That Burger Kings Order Is Filled Lets Keep On Serving

Three years ago this week, we congratulated ourselves on retaining Burger King's global headquarters.…

Browards Gamble On Slot Machines Is A Bad Bet For Florida

Last week's special session of the Florida Legislature guaranteed that Broward County residents would be the state's first victims of legalized slot-machine casinos - but maybe not the last.…

Hurricane Flags Wont Wave Away Global Business Interests

Though we fretted about their legacy, hurricanes that walloped Miami's economy this year didn't deflect strong business interests from abroad.…

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