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Carnival Cruises shakes up fleet

Carnival Cruise Line is shaking up its fleet roster, relocating some ships and pulling others offline to make room for bigger new vessels with tantalizing features, including the first-ever pair of roller coasters at sea. The Miami-based…

Major banks miss local community PPP credit goals

Major banks miss local community PPP credit goals

While considerable attention has been paid to which companies and nonprofits received federal funds under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) – more than $521 billion authorized in response to the…

Scaled down PortMiami cruise terminal deal adds Disney

Scaled down PortMiami cruise terminal deal adds Disney

MSC Cruises and Miami-Dade are close to redrawing an agreement that would give the company more time to finance its planned “mega terminal” that now, under the new terms, would…

Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa’s Enchanted Forest

A free holiday event would replace Santa’s Enchanted Forest, whose lease expired after 37 years in Miami-Dade’s Tropical Park, if the county commission follows a path that Mayor Carlos Giménez…

Miami construction jobs hit record high

Miami construction jobs hit record high

As unemployment in Miami-Dade fell slightly in May to 11.3% from 11.8% in April at the peak of the virus-induced shutdown, sunshine bathed one industry: construction jobs hit an all-time…

Main Street Lending Program downsizes targets

Main Street Lending Program downsizes targets

Recent changes to the Main Street Lending Program will make the Federal Reserve-backed loans more appealing to small and mid-sized businesses that were relatively stable before the pandemic took its…

Miami-Dade small businesses reshape their marketing on reopening

Miami-Dade small businesses reshape their marketing on reopening

As Miami-Dade slowly returns to a “new normal,” local businesses are taking steps to reopen safely and adjusting their marketing strategies to reflect new procedures. While city and county regulations,…

Enterprise Florida grants spur trade shows, business matchmaking

Enterprise Florida grants spur trade shows, business matchmaking

Enterprise Florida Inc., the state’s economic development arm, has continued to support Florida’s small and mid-sized businesses throughout the pandemic by introducing two new grant programs and maintaining existing initiatives…

Property insurance prices soaring, pandemic gets some blame

Property insurance prices soaring, pandemic gets some blame

Experts say South Florida residents can expect to see an increase in prices as the market for property insurance “hardens” nationwide. A hard market, said David Josefsberg, partner with Century…

Tri-Rail locked out of downtown while Brightline is shut

Tri-Rail locked out of downtown while Brightline is shut

Several steps remain before Tri-Rail can run on Brightline tracks to MiamiCentral Station downtown, which at earliest will happen next year but could take longer due to coronavirus-related complications, Tri-Rail…

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