Company Pays Employees To Take VacationsIt's a problem a lot of people run into during the summer. How can they get time off and the money for an amazing vacation.
After Gamergate, Female Video Game Developers On The RiseStudents from an all-women arts college stood out while they attended a conference for video game developers last year but that may be changing.
A Look At The Coolest Offices In South FloridaSome South Florida offices take the cake when it comes to cool office spaces taking us from a great birds eye view in Allapattah to a high-tech interactive yet earthy space in Hallandale.
McDonald's CEO Says Company Is Making Changes Customers WantAmid intense pressure McDonald's CEO says they are making changes that customers want to see in their food and service.
Report: S.Fla. Homeowners Use Airbnb As Unregulated BusinessSome South Florida homeowners are using Airbnb as more than a way to pick up a few dollars - more like $47 million.
Ride-Sharing Service Lyft Tests Ride Reservation FeatureRide-sharing company Lyft is testing a feature that would allow users to reserve ride up to 24 hours in advance.
Florida's Unemployment Rate Keeps DroppingFlorida's unemployment rate keeps dropping - reaching 4.8 percent.
Court Says No To Florida Utility Charging For Drilling PlanFlorida's Supreme Court ruled the state's largest utility is not allowed to make customers pay for costs associated with natural gas drilling in another state.
Last Day To Vote For South Florida's 'Coolest" OfficesThursday is the last day for the public to vote on the "coolest" office spaces in South Florida.
More Work, More Pay? New Rule Extends Overtime To Millions The Obama administration issued new rules Wednesday that would make more than 4 million U.S. workers eligible for overtime pay.
Facebook's Zuckerberg Meets With ConservativesFacebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg is meeting with conservative leaders Wednesday to discuss claims its "trending topics" section is biased against them.
Android Software A Core Part of Google ConferenceThe core of Google's annual conference is its Android system that powers 80 percent of the world's smartphones.