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Marlins tickets climb out of cellar

Miami Marlins ticket prices are up this season as the team has climbed out of the cellar in the standings, but other indicators of fan interest – after surging in the team’s first season at…

Expansion Beyond National Borders Often Means Miami Base

The Venezuelan conglomerate Cisneros Group's selection of South Florida for its operating headquarters demonstrates a growing ongoing trend where Latin American firms expand beyond national borders.…

Secretariat Backers Seek More Funds For Closing Session

With less than a year left before the temporary Secretariat for the Free Trade Area of the Americas departs Miami, community leaders are seeking an additional $500,000 to ensure a…

Latin Mayors Here For 6th Meeting On Local Government

Five hundred mayors and municipal officers from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean attending the Inter-American Conference of Mayors here this week drafted a proposal stressing local governance to send…

Hightech Airport West Industrial Park Due By December

The first phase of a high-tech complex in Airport West built to the specifications of telecommunications and information technology tenants could be ready for occupancy as early as December, developers…

Performing Arts Center Negotiations Suddenly Halted

Negotiations between Turner Construction and the Performing Arts Center Trust's construction committee bogged down Tuesday when the committee canceled a scheduled meeting, demanding that Turner sign a contract immediately or…

Fyi Miami

FYI Miami is a weekly feature of Miami Today, keeping readers ahead of the news. Here are highlights from the most current edition. …

Manager Avoids Tax Hike In Miami City Budget Proposal

The consulting firm Arthur Andersen, which developed an information technology strategic plan for the City of Orlando, was chosen to do the same for the City of Miami.…

Upset Over Miami Heat Deal City May Bid Out Arena Lot

Bank United's transformation to a community bank under the direction of President & CEO Mehdi Ghomeshi, a Barnett Bank veteran who recruited former associates and opened new branches, has impressed…

Watson Island Development Inches Forward With Parrot Jungle Loan

The redevelopment of Watson Island, a land-use jigsaw puzzle undertaken by the City of Miami, has taken one step forward with completion of $47 million in financing for a new…

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