UF Researchers Find Hope In Battle Against Citrus GreeningThere is a new tool in the war against citrus greening - genetically modified citrus trees- say researchers at the University of Florida.
Midtown Museum Breaks Ground For Permanent Home Local leaders broke ground for the permanent home of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA) located in Midtown.
Injured Pro-Athlete Becomes Entrepreneur, Makes MillionsLewis Howes is an online marketing expert and a successful author. His book The School of Greatness has been on the New York Times Best Seller list for two weeks in a row and was a top 10 seller on Amazon.
Marriott Becomes World's Largest Hotelier, Buying StarwoodMarriott International is acquiring their rival hotel chain Starwood in a $12.2 billion deal, making them the world's largest hotelier.
Workers Comp Rate To Drop Next YearFlorida employers will see overall workers-compensation insurance rates drop 4.7 percent as of January 1st, 2016.
Appeals Court Disqualifies Cruise Execs From Port DisputeFor the second time in three months, a state appeals court has ruled that two cruise-line executives should be disqualified from helping decide whether to reduce harbor-pilot payment rates at PortMiami.
Disney's Planet Hollywood To Lay Off 468 WorkersDisney's Planet Hollywood is planning to lay off hundreds of workers next year.
VW Offers Diesel Owners $1,000 In Gift Cards & VouchersVolkswagen is offering $1,000 in gift cards and vouchers to appease owners of small diesel-powered cars involved in the controversial emissions cheating scandal.
Gov. Scott In Miami To Promote Billion Dollar Tax CutGovernor Rick Scott will be in Miami on Monday as part of a statewide tour this week to promote a massive tax cut proposal which is mostly aimed at businesses.
SeaWorld Ticket Prices Increase For Single-Day Admission SeaWorld Orlando is upping their prices for single-day admission and parking.
Universal's Theme Parks Hit Record Summer AttendanceA certain boy wizard and a band of 'fast and furious' drivers are being credited with helping boost attendance to record levels over the summer at the Universal's theme parks in Orlando and Hollywood.
Justices To Weigh In On Taxes On Online Flower SalesFlorida Supreme Court justices will tangle next week with a constitutional question about whether Florida should be able to collect sales taxes on flowers ordered online and delivered in other states.