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Ken Okaniwa: Sees US-Japan trade gains in Trans-Pacific Partnership

Ken Okaniwa was a junior high school student, living with his family in Yonkers, NY, when he first became interested in diplomatic work. Every school in the area took a field trip to the United Nations.…

Noelia E Moreno Taking Over Leadership Of Latin Builders With Goal Of Helping To Create Opportunities Amid Downturn

There's no doubt the slump in the economy has presented challenges, Noelia Moreno says. But it's also created what she sees as a golden opportunity: the chance to reinvent and…

Alyce Robertson Has Mended Fences Now Sees Chance To Get Results As Downtown Development Authority Chief

All eyes were on Miami's Downtown Development Authority when Alyce Robertson stepped in as interim director earlier this year. A Macy's executive's public criticism of the state of downtown thrust…

Mercedes Laporta Has Grown A 25millionayear Supply Enterprise After Starting Out Selling Lamps To Stores Along Bird Road

For just shy of three decades, Mercedes LaPorta has run Miami-based Mercedes Electric Supply, growing the business from a 1,000-square-foot warehouse of lamps to a 30,000-square-foot headquarters housing everything from…

Silvia Karman Cubintildeaacute Sees Opportunity To Make Art A Part Of Everyday Routine For Miamians

As a high schooler studying under a French teacher with a penchant for art history, Silvia Karman Cubiñá realized she could do art without having to make art. Thus began…

Celeste Hardee Muir Getting Closeup Look At Harm Caused By Foreclosure Mortgage Fraud Epidemics

For more than two decades, Celeste Hardee Muir has served on the bench in Miami, first as a County Court judge, then as a Circuit Court judge. She's served for…

Juan Del Busto Of Miami Federal Reserve Goes To Grassroots To Gain More Thorough Picture Of South Floridas Economy

With some of the nation's most established financial institutions failing, the Federal Reserve Bank has been thrust into the spotlight and its role is becoming increasingly important. In Miami, branch…

Nick Korniloff Gains Strategic Boost By Matching Art Miami With Art Basels Dates To Enhance Nearly 2decadeold Show

Art Miami, a Miami Beach show held in January for the better part of two decades, now shares the spotlight with Art Basel Miami Beach in December, planning this year…

Ramon A Rasco Drawn To Hometown As He Pursues Courtroom Challenges And Civic Causes

Born and raised in Miami, 32-year-old Ramon Rasco left his hometown after high school to study at Harvard and Columbia universities. But rather than stay in the Northeast to kickoff…

Raymond F Marin Moving Straight Ahead In A Quest To Make A Thriving Welldeveloped North Miami Beach

Ever since a newspaper called his long-time home "honky tonk" 20 years ago, Raymond Marin has dedicated his civic career to improving North Miami Beach. He served as a councilman…

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