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Title's court-appointed receiver has asked for "the authority to continue to request assessments on an annual basis, until no more policies of the title insurer are in force or the potential future liability has been satisfied," the state said in a
Now, the incubators are multiplying, new programs such as Endeavor Miami and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses have kicked into action, and venture capital investment is on the upswing. That was the report at Monday's second annual Start-Up City:
Terms of the deal with Fort Lauderdale -based GBF Engineering Inc. were not disclosed. The acquisition adds 40 people to JMT's roughly 950 employees. JMT President John Moeller said in a news release the expansion strengthens the company's presence
Florida's big four utilities enjoy "outsized political influence" that contributes to higher power bills and state regulations that routinely favor electricity producers over consumers, a report released Monday said. Major political donations,
Reports of PIP claims involving accidents that appear to have been intentionally caused fell from 712 in 2012 to 328 last year, the nonprofit National Insurance Crime Bureau found in a study. Overall, questionable PIP claims filed in Florida dropped
From a distance, the hexagonal balconies of a new eight-story condominium building slated to rise in the Bahamas resemble a honeycomb, but look closer and you'll see that each contains a swimming pool with a transparent wall. At night the water in
The 2014 Florida Legislature reaches its midpoint on Wednesday. Lawmakers are moving forward on a $75 billion state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. They have already sent Gov. Rick Scott a bill cutting motorist fees by $400 million.
Distressed home sales accounted for a smaller portion of the market across South Florida in 2013 helping to normalize the local housing industry while at the same time putting more of a squeeze on already-burdened buyers. "The bargain days are gone,"
About 100 potential business owners met to trade tips on the potential profits of the future pot business in Florida...Petersburg company involved several people with ties to South Florida. Sen. Marco Rubio has sketched out a firm stance on national
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium was heavily featured in the 2011 film "Dolphin Tale," which told a fictionalized account of Winter the dolphin. In real life, Winter lost her tail after it became caught in a crab trap in 2005. She was found and taken