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New Lufthansa weekly flight brings new class of snowbird: horses

After more than a quarter-century away, Lufthansa Cargo returned this month to Miami International Airport (MIA) for weekly freighter services from Frankfurt. The cargo: horses. Germany is MIA’s top European trade partner by value, with imports and…

South Florida Business Council finds it’s needed

South Florida Business Council finds it’s needed

The young South Florida Business Council held an introductory forum for a group of Miami-Dade leaders last week and quickly proved the need for its existence. The organization, hammered together…

Business hotel to rise in Overtown

Business hotel to rise in Overtown

Construction of a sleek mid-rise hotel catering to the business traveler is expected to begin in Overtown during the first quarter of the new year, according to the developer. Central…

Miami International Boat Show may look at fall dates

Miami International Boat Show may look at fall dates

Some of the people supporting restoration of Miami Marine Stadium fear the millions of dollars going into the rebuild may be wasted if the Miami International Boat Show hogs the…

Fed’s rate cuts ignite mortgage industry, real estate

Fed’s rate cuts ignite mortgage industry, real estate

Fluctuations in the federal benchmark interest rate have ignited the mortgage industry, observers say. Last week, the Federal Reserve Bank lowered the rate by one-quarter of a percentage point, from…

Campaign cash buys Miami International Airport sites, county told

Campaign cash buys Miami International Airport sites, county told

Concessions contracts at Miami International Airport have for years been awarded by greasing political palms, and it’s high time a new management structure is established to curb the practice, Miami-Dade…

Skilled labor shortage may swamp marine industry

Skilled labor shortage may swamp marine industry

Miami’s marine industry is a major economic engine, but a shortage of skilled labor might slow it down, members of the Miami River Commission learned at their meeting Monday. Don…

Sea change shaping Miami-Dade labor market

Sea change shaping Miami-Dade labor market

Miami-Dade influential business and education minds met Tuesday to discuss the county’s next generation of talent. All agreed adaption is key to staying competitive and retaining a strong, nimble workforce.…

Billboards trumpeting arrival of telemedicine

Billboards trumpeting arrival of telemedicine

Billboards popping up across town, announcing that medical services are just a mouse click away, are evidence that telemedicine has arrived. The Florida Legislature authorized it earlier this year with…

Mega-yacht shiplift coming to renovated RMK Merrill-Stevens

Mega-yacht shiplift coming to renovated RMK Merrill-Stevens

RMK Merrill-Stevens, Florida’s first shipyard (founded in Jacksonville in 1885 and operating on the Miami River since 1923) will open its newly renovated and upgraded North Yard early next year.…

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