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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 spokesperson Victor Garcia said. Still not completed,…

SeaVee Boats build new factory at right

SeaVee Boats build new factory at right

SeaVee Boats’ move to a new 220,000-square-foot production hub in Medley in December is helping the custom boat maker navigate the Covid-19 crisis, says Sales and Marketing Director John Caballero.…

PortMiami working to redrawn agreements with multi-billion impact

PortMiami working to redrawn agreements with multi-billion impact

Two months after cruise lines ceased operations worldwide, the “Cruise Capital of the World” and its industry partners are in talks to redraw details in their long-term agreements to adjust…

Miami-Dade incentives spur four companies to add 438 jobs

Miami-Dade incentives spur four companies to add 438 jobs

Four unnamed companies are cleared to receive local and state incentives to open or expand operations in Miami-Dade, bringing 438 new full-time equivalent jobs, 131 indirect jobs and more than…

Miracle Mile gears for a new bounce-back

Miracle Mile gears for a new bounce-back

Even before the Covid-19 health crisis crippled the economy, from a global to a hyper local reality, Miracle Mile – the commercial soul of Coral Gables – was dealing with…

Wreckage of Airport City may yield Miami International Airport hotel

Wreckage of Airport City may yield Miami International Airport hotel

A Brazilian construction giant whose mixed-use development at Miami International Airport (MIA) failed after years of planning may soon see one component find daylight. The project: Airport City, a 33.5-acre…

Miami bankers work to pull out of economic slide, plan ahead

Miami bankers work to pull out of economic slide, plan ahead

  The effects of Covid-19 have reached far and deep, spanning the globe and impacting individuals and businesses, governments and organizations of all types and sizes. But while the hurt…

Handling flood of federal stimulus checks won’t tax bankers

Handling flood of federal stimulus checks won’t tax bankers

  General uncertainty remains about when individual stimulus checks of up to $1,200 will arrive, but Miami-Dade residents shouldn’t worry about whether banks here can handle the influx of deposits,…

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

  Velocia has only been around a short while, but the app startup that encourages people to use alternative transportation modes is continuing to expand both the services it offers…

OPINION – Business-driven economic recovery plan means direct aid

In reading your recent editorial I had a flashback to the Miami Today roundtable in 2008 when I was a panelist with Dr. Mark Rosenberg, president of Florida International University.…

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