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FYI Miami: April 2, 2020

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. FLORIDA…

Pete Carr: Building growth as president of Bacardi North America

Pete Carr: Building growth as president of Bacardi North America

  As president of Bacardi North America, Pete Carr oversees the stateside operations of the largest privately held, family-owned spirits company on the planet. It’s a demanding job that starts…

Major roadwork on Palmetto Expressway drives ahead

Major roadwork on Palmetto Expressway drives ahead

Major roadwork on the Palmetto continues this week for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) despite the global coronavirus pandemic bringing much of our daily lives to a screeching halt.…

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

Most students hoping to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics from world-class academics must first score well on standardized tests to earn a seat in a college classroom. At…

Target store signs for planned Overtown block

Target store signs for planned Overtown block

Retail giant Target has signed a letter of intent to open a store inside a planned mixed-use retail and residential development in Overtown called Block 55, according to the developer…

School laptops fill a makeshift gap in Census efforts

School laptops fill a makeshift gap in Census efforts

Miami-Dade’s efforts to count all residents in the ongoing Census are moving forward despite coronavirus-related difficulties, although adjustments are necessary to compensate for resources no longer available, local and regional…

University of Miami research seeks half-hour coronavirus test

University of Miami research seeks half-hour coronavirus test

As more cases of the novel coronavirus are reported, faster testing is needed to stem the spread of the infectious disease. At the University of Miami’s (UM) Miller School of…

Transit hub to feature University of Miami student housing

Transit hub to feature University of Miami student housing

New student housing is a key component of a major mixed-use project in South Miami destined to become a transportation hub for the region, according to the developers. The TREO…

Coconut Grove leaders, Freebee unit to aid restaurants

Coconut Grove leaders, Freebee unit to aid restaurants

Leaders of the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID) have found a novel way to help restaurants keep their doors open and retain their staffs, while help feed a restaurant-going…

New blueprints are coming for hospitality industry’s future

New blueprints are coming for hospitality industry’s future

Miami-Dade’s hospitality sector is under economic siege from the coronavirus. How it recovers is crucial to the future for us all. Of course, whatever industry we look at is struggling…

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