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Coca-Cola paid sponsorship of Miami Beach may be bottled up

City of Miami Beach corporate sponsor Coca-Cola may face consequences for its plastics use. Commissioner Ricky Arriola plans to rally commissioners this week to terminate the city’s contract with Coca-Cola, all for the sake of reducing…

Miami Beach Convention Center hotel to open within 5 years

Miami Beach Convention Center hotel to open within 5 years

Miami Beach is finally coming into its own as a full-fledged convention destination after voters approved lease components of a hotel adjoining the newly-renovated Miami Beach Convention Center. Developer David…

County chases new sponsor for what’s now AmericanAirlines Arena

County chases new sponsor for what’s now AmericanAirlines Arena

The home of the Miami Heat may have a new name after more than two decades, as Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday directed the administration to secure a naming rights sponsor for…

Amazon Air joins Miami International Airport

Amazon Air joins Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport last week became part of Amazon Air’s cargo flight operations, at the same time that the airport was marking a nearly 4% gain in cargo carried for…

Federal push seeks to end Gables firm’s contract impasse with Egypt

Federal push seeks to end Gables firm’s contract impasse with Egypt

Coral Gables-based Blumberg Grain has written backing in a letter from four South Florida congressmen to Egypt’s president in the company’s quest to resolve issues with the Egypt on a…

Spanish firm Cosentino finds success in Coral Gables

Spanish firm Cosentino finds success in Coral Gables

Cosentino is finding success in Coral Gables after moving its headquarters from Texas last year. The Spanish company, specializing in bathroom and kitchen countertops, has exceeded its tax incentive requirements,…

South Florida bankers try to keep up with Millennials

South Florida bankers try to keep up with Millennials

The Millennial generation is banking differently, and banks all over the world, including South Florida, are just trying to keep up with them. The younger generation is more focused on…

Three film projects may get business rolling again in Miami

Three film projects may get business rolling again in Miami

Three film projects eyeing Miami-Dade as their primary shooting site could each receive a $100,000 grants to film here, as county commissioners last week forwarded for full commission consideration items…

1,000 Amazon hires in Miami to work alongside robots

1,000 Amazon hires in Miami to work alongside robots

The 855,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center at the Carrie Meek International Business Park has started the hiring process for about 1,000 new full and part time employees. Brenda Alfred, a communication…

Miami city budget to add few jobs but two new departments

Miami city budget to add few jobs but two new departments

The proposed budget for the City of Miami’s next fiscal year adds a few new jobs while eliminating others that have remained vacant for some time. The proposed budget for…

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