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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 high here. Construction rose to 54,800 jobs…

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.…

Coconut Grove leaders, Freebee unit to aid restaurants

Coconut Grove leaders, Freebee unit to aid restaurants

Leaders of the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID) have found a novel way to help restaurants keep their doors open and retain their staffs, while help feed a restaurant-going…

Sophisticated professionals flood into Miami with hedge funds

Sophisticated professionals flood into Miami with hedge funds

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority and other business entities have made a concerted effort to woo hedge funds and other financial services firms to the area, and the effort is paying…

Federal Reserve interest rate slash a new banking hurdle

Federal Reserve interest rate slash a new banking hurdle

In addition to the day-to-day obstacles of running a financial service business in a competitive, regulated environment, Miami’s bankers now have the challenge of the Federal Reserve Bank’s surprise move…

Omni mixed-use project to have 42 micro dwellings

Omni mixed-use project to have 42 micro dwellings

A developer is planning a mixed-use residential project for the Omni neighborhood that would include more than 40 micro dwelling units. Wynwood Haus LLC plans to build a 20-story building…

Italy’s Florida business tied to the environment

Italy’s Florida business tied to the environment

Trade between Florida and Italy rose by 5.4% in 2019, bolstered by a rise in technological, mechanical and culinary industries doing business in the Sunshine State. Within those sectors and…

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