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Matthew Anderson: Departs from banking to head interfaith organization MCCJ

Matthew Anderson: Departs from banking to head interfaith organization MCCJ

Matthew Anderson for years has been involved in local nonprofit work and philanthropy. Until recently, however, it was a passion to which he could never give his full attention. Now…

Youth baseball academies are rising, so where is ours?

Youth baseball academies are rising, so where is ours?

Congratulations: the Miami Marlins last week kept a promise to invest in player development when they broke ground on a youth baseball academy. They’ll have 35-plus acres, three playing fields,…

Miami Banks awash in cash cut interest on deposits, boost lending

Miami Banks awash in cash cut interest on deposits, boost lending

Even 17 months after the Covid-19 pandemic started, banking systems are still adjusting to the changes the health crisis brought to the economy. There’s no exception at Miami banks, which…

FYI Miami: June 24, 2021

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. FERTILE…

State Attorney moving to river in what could be $108 million lease

State Attorney moving to river in what could be $108 million lease

Leaky bathrooms, malfunctioning air conditioning, faulty elevators, and a flooded parking garage. Those are some things that staff at State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s office will say goodbye to in…

Programs target uses of curb space other than parking

Programs target uses of curb space other than parking

The pandemic we just lived through caused deep changes not only in the health and economic sectors, but also in transportation. As local enterprises had to reinvent ways they do…

Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

With an increase of patient loads and long hours being contributing factors to mental and physical health issues among healthcare workers, Baptist Health South Florida has launched a new initiative…

Air urban mobility set to take off in Miami

Air urban mobility set to take off in Miami

The Miami Parking Authority and the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works are already thinking about how to integrate emerging urban air mobility into the transportation ecosystem in…

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Despite big gaps, Miami tourism passes pre-covid levels

Miami-Dade’s tourism industry is surpassing many comparable 2019 statistics despite a glaring lack of international, convention and cruise travel. At the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s State of the…

Canadian finance firm to relocate headquarters, 450 jobs to Miami

Canadian finance firm to relocate headquarters, 450 jobs to Miami

A Canadian firm seeking to relocate its global headquarters to Miami and create 450 high-paying jobs got a go-ahead Tuesday to receive $167,500 through a Miami-Dade incentives program. Dallas was…

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