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Beacon Council targeted jobs initiative paid big dividends

Targeted jobs initiative One Community One Goal, which was shut down last month when a new program called Opportunity Miami replaced it, listed high new job totals in annual reports. From 2012 to 2019 Miami-Dade added…

Miami Banks awash in cash cut interest on deposits, boost lending

Miami Banks awash in cash cut interest on deposits, boost lending

Even 17 months after the Covid-19 pandemic started, banking systems are still adjusting to the changes the health crisis brought to the economy. There’s no exception at Miami banks, which…

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…

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

Realtors suggest aggressive methods to buy scarce homes

While negotiating and trying to get a competitive edge on an already tight real estate market, realtors are equipping buyers with aggressive techniques to secure that home. With the current…

Timing troubles some as Flagler Street revamp starts

Timing troubles some as Flagler Street revamp starts

After years of starts and stops, contractors broke ground last month on the first phase of a long-awaited project that will revamp downtown Miami’s Flagler Street. But some business owners…

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…

Second PPP round’s reviews mixed as final deadline nears

Second PPP round’s reviews mixed as final deadline nears

With the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program winding down, local lenders are reporting mixed levels of turnout for second-draw loans, which are more targeted toward smaller businesses than…

Regatta Harbour in Coconut Grove speeds toward opening

Regatta Harbour in Coconut Grove speeds toward opening

Years in the making, Regatta Harbour is rising on the Coconut Grove waterfront and the developer has its eye on a completion date in early 2022. Rising on nearly 10…

Coral Gables central business district healthy, adding on

Coral Gables central business district healthy, adding on

Though last year was a tough one for the restaurant, retail and entertainment industries, occupancy is high in Downtown Coral Gables and the city, along with organizations like the Business…

Port-bound cruise industry looks at overseas sailings

Port-bound cruise industry looks at overseas sailings

South Florida’s cruise industry continues to feel the pandemic’s wrath as US port departure cancellations are extended through November. Earlier this month, Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian…

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