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Tibor Hollo: Building our tallest tower, with a bigger one to follow

In 1956, Tibor Hollo packed his bags and reputation as one of New York’s most successful general contractors and relocated to sunny Miami, where he founded Florida East Coast Realty. In the 60 years since, the…

Musician And Fundraiser Parsons Drumming Up Support To Position Baptist Health South Florida For The Future

When it comes to the Baptist Health South Florida Foundation, some wonder why the famously successful Baptist needs charitable support, CEO Stephen Parsons says. He's out to dispel that perception…

Suarez Looks To Address Both Macro And Micro Issues As Youngest Lawmaker On Miamis City Commission

The youngest commissioner on Miami's dais amid leadership shakeups and a fiscal crisis, Francis Suarez is laser-focused on two aims: address residents' needs and straighten out the budget. "I'm going…

Regions South Florida Head Nivet Aiming To Grow Business Banking Using Oneonone Customer Service Tradition

After working in Regions Bank's Birmingham, AL, headquarters where he oversaw sales service in 1,800 branches throughout 16 states, West Indies native Steve Nivet has made it back to Florida…

Entertainment Architect Joe Farcus Creates New Worlds As The Designer Behind Carnival Cruise Lines Fleet

Ever walked onto a cruise ship and felt that you stepped into a different world? That world might have been created by Joe Farcus, the architect who designs Carnival's fleet.…

New Manager Migoya Says Hes Aboard To Help Fix Miami By Upgrading Finances Then Help Pick His Own Successor

Longtime banking executive Carlos Migoya — Miami's new, free city manager — has a one-track mind. He says he isn't here to pander or prove anything. He's here to get…

Finger On The Pulse Of Healthcare Reform And Local Issues Degina Heads Um Hospital And Regional Healthcare Association

When he's not running a 560-bed hospital, Anthony Degina Jr., a hospital administrator for 25 years, is chairing the South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association. …

Paul Dimare Balances Job As Nationally Known Tomato Grower With Broad Civic Involvement In Major Philanthropic Efforts

A civic and cultural leader one minute and prominent produce farmer the next, Paul J. DiMare isn't scared to call out the nation's economic problems and offer solutions.…

Miamis Latin American Arts Pioneer Dora Valdeacutesfauliacute Turns Focus To Leading Growing Eighth Annual Arteameacutericas

Gallery owner and consultant Dora Valdés-Faulí,, a longtime supporter of the arts in Miami, is taking on the role of director of arteaméricas, the largest Latin American art fair in…

Taking The New Frost Through Its First Year And Beyond Damian Envisions Exhibits As Diverse As This Community

A little more than a year after its opening, Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum's Director Carol Damian says there's lots to be proud of but lots to do.…

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