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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…

Miami-Dade gets rent check from casino giant Genting for $10 million

Miami-Dade gets rent check from casino giant Genting for $10 million

Miami-Dade got a big check in the mail last week: $10 million from the Genting Group as part of the Malaysian casino giant’s nearly century-long rental of space above an…

René García: Commissioner cites path to better procedures, procurements

René García: Commissioner cites path to better procedures, procurements

René García joined the Miami-Dade County Commission last year after two decades of service in both chambers of the Florida Legislature. Over that span, he believes he saw through the…

Miami-Dade looks to a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade looks to a Center for Genetics of the Americas

While Miami-Dade is already working to attract genetics-focused organizations and businesses, more can still be done, including the possible creation of a Center for Genetics of the Americas, Mayor Daniella…

Cruise lines that can’t sail get another fee break

Cruise lines that can’t sail get another fee break

To help cruise lines stay afloat as safety strictures are set, Miami-Dade has again extended waivers of lay berth and harbor fees at PortMiami. Concerns over covid may be receding…

Micro-mobility infrastructure plan targets downtown Miami

Micro-mobility infrastructure plan targets downtown Miami

A micro-mobility infrastructure project half funded by electric scooter fees could be coming to downtown Miami, adding about three miles of protected bicycle and scooter lanes and laying the groundwork…

Art Acevedo: City police chief seeks assessments, training in use of force

Art Acevedo: City police chief seeks assessments, training in use of force

As chief of the Miami Police Department, Art Acevedo is responsible for the organization’s operations, discipline, training, order and, in his words, “ensuring it’s a department that’s forward-leaning, forward-thinking and…

Fleet of LNG cruise ships anticipated at PortMiami

Fleet of LNG cruise ships anticipated at PortMiami

PortMiami expects an influx of liquefied natural gas-powered cruise ships to arrive through 2027, and Miami-Dade commissioners want Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s office to look at how best to accommodate…

Creative methods making better Miami mobility possible

Creative methods making better Miami mobility possible

Getting around Miami-Dade isn’t the easiest thing to do. While the county’s roadways are many, they’re often congested, leaving motorists wishing alternative modes of transportation were more plentiful. The good…

Miami’s commerce experts turn conventions on their head

Miami’s commerce experts turn conventions on their head

Sometimes you have to get a little creative to grow. That’s true with many things, and it certainly has been with helping Miami rebound from an arduous 2020 and into…

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