Internet Balloons Turned On In Puerto Rico By Google ParentStratospheric balloons are now delivering the internet to remote areas of Puerto Rico where cellphone towers were knocked out by Hurricane Maria, Google's parent Alphabet Inc. said Friday.
Famous Knaus Berry Farm Almost Ready To ReopenSouth Floridians will soon be able to get their fix of Knaus Berry Farm's gooey, warm cinnamon rolls.
Unsure Of Reopening, Ritz-Carlton South Beach Lays Off Hourly WorkersThe Ritz-Carlton in South Beach is laying off their hourly workers as they struggle to reopen after Hurricane Irma.
Trump's Tax Reform Pitch Aimed At TruckersPresident Donald Trump is trying to refocus on his top legislative priority - tax reform.
CoverGirl's Slogan Just Got A MakeoverCoverGirl's slogan is getting a makeover. Here it is.
Florida Gov. Scott In D.C. To Talk Irma RecoveryFlorida Governor Rick Scott is in Washington, D.C. Wednesday to talk about recovery.
Refinancing Student Debt: Is It Right For You?For many, graduation marks the end of college and the beginning of paying down college debt.
Enterprise Florida Gives Raises, Ditches BonusesFlorida's business-recruitment agency -Enterprise Florida - is doing away with a controversial bonus program but giving some raises.
Art Basel, Miami Beach Make 5-Year Deal OfficialArt Basel is staying in Miami Beach for at least a few more years.
Scandal-Plagued Bank To Refund Some FeesWells Fargo plans to refund as many as 110-thousand customers who paid mortgage rate lock extension fees.
Full List Of Stores That Will Be Closed On Thanksgiving Day 2017As many as 75 popular retail stores will be shuttered for the Nov. 23 holiday
Clever Delivery Scam Tripping Up Amazon Tracking SystemAmazon has become a retail leader delivering goods on a global level that uses a sophisticated tracking system to keep customers updated at a moment's notice.