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Alex Hurst: Firm he founded now holds $1.6 billion in real estate assets

Alex Hurst: Firm he founded now holds $1.6 billion in real estate assets

Perhaps, in a parallel universe, Alex Hurst is a successful author of business strategy books rather than the founder and managing principal of real estate investment firm Palatine Capital Partners.…

Liliam López: President of South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Liliam López: President of South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Liliam Lopez’s first inclination after college was to pursue a law degree. After all, she’d already attained certification in paralegal studies. But a friend convinced her to apply for a…

Eric Knowles: Leads much-enlarged Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce

Eric Knowles: Leads much-enlarged Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce

May marked seven years for Eric Knowles as president and CEO of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, an organization charged with linking and advancing the interests of Black-, minority- and…

Danielle Cohen Higgins: County commissioner targets airport and tourism recovery

Danielle Cohen Higgins: County commissioner targets airport and tourism recovery

When Danielle Cohen Higgins became the newest member of the Miami-Dade Commission, she encountered a few pleasant surprises. The learning curve that came with tackling the county’s myriad issues –…

Jacqueline Calderín: Chairs the board of New World School of Arts Foundation

Jacqueline Calderín: Chairs the board of New World School of Arts Foundation

Jacqueline Calderín was struggling to make ends meet while in law school when she had to make a heartbreaking decision and tell her daughter, a young, disciplined ballet dancer, that…

Luisa Santos: Ice cream entrepreneur mixes in education at school board

Luisa Santos: Ice cream entrepreneur mixes in education at school board

Luisa Santos was in junior high school when she learned she was an undocumented immigrant. That, she said, was a catalyst that politicized her at a young age and inspired…

Christine Duffy: President steers Carnival Cruise Line to a Miami reopening

Christine Duffy: President steers Carnival Cruise Line to a Miami reopening

To say 2020 was a tough year for the cruise industry would be an understatement. For well over a year, the industry has been at a standstill as cruise lines…

County cuts $4 billion West Dade development deal with developer Terra

County cuts $4 billion West Dade development deal with developer Terra

Miami-Dade and developer Terra have agreed to early terms of a project near Dolphin Station that is expected to yield the county more than $4 billion over a century. Commissioners…

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…

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…

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