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Front Page » 2018 » August (Page 2)

Street lights may deliver free Wi-Fi

Street lights may deliver free Wi-Fi

Miami-Dade is considering two options to bring free Wi-Fi to public transit: incorporate the technology into either new bus shelters or street lights, Miami-Dade Information Technology Director Angel Petisco said.…

In NAFTA revamp, Canada points to its ties with Florida

In NAFTA revamp, Canada points to its ties with Florida

Just before Mexico and the US reached a partial agreement in Washington on Monday to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement and Canada waited to join the talks, Canada…

Bone marrow battle: Baptist Hospital wins judge’s OK vs. UM

Bone marrow battle: Baptist Hospital wins judge’s OK vs. UM

Rejecting a challenge from the University of Miami Hospital and Clinics, an administrative law judge last week backed a plan to start an adult inpatient bone-marrow transplant program at Baptist…

Blumberg Grain storage jobs called at risk as Egyptian officials delay

Blumberg Grain storage jobs called at risk as Egyptian officials delay

Manufacturing jobs of suppliers of Coral Gables-based Blumberg Grain are at risk because of inaction by the Egyptian government on a long-awaited program to improve vital grain storage, according to…

Miami Worldcenter developer hails progress of Brightline

Miami Worldcenter developer hails progress of Brightline

Downtown Miami development may have its share of competing interests, but when it comes to transportation solutions, one developer said he’s happy with the big moves his immediate neighbor is…

Filming in Miami: August 23, 2018

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

12.6% Metrobus ridership plunge in 12 months accelerates losses

12.6% Metrobus ridership plunge in 12 months accelerates losses

Ridership on Miami-Dade’s public transportation system continues to plunge at an accelerating rate, with drop-offs on the county’s three main modes of transit, according to the most recently available report.…

Arnaud Sitbon: Heads charter schools, Jungle Island realty investments

Arnaud Sitbon: Heads charter schools, Jungle Island realty investments

As president and CEO of ESJ Capital Partners, Arnaud Sitbon oversees a commercial, residential and educational real estate portfolio valued at $700 million and totaling 3 million square feet. Mr.…

Navigation apps have waze of annoying neighborhoods

Navigation apps have waze of annoying neighborhoods

For many drivers braving the country’s increasingly congested roadways, navigation apps like Waze, Google Maps and Apple Maps are a godsend, empowering them to circumvent gridlock through alternate thoroughfares and…

FYI Miami: August 23, 2018

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. FIGHT OVER…

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