Miami-Dade Commission Says Yes To Uber & LyftAfter a three-year battle, Uber and Lyft can now drive up and down and around Miami-Dade after commissioners finally approved ridesharing in the county.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $55M In Cancer Suit Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who says talcum powder gave her ovarian cancer.
Royal Caribbean Doubles Profit In First QuarterRoyal Caribbean cruised through its first quarter. The Doral-based cruise line reported Friday that its profit more than doubled from the same period a year ago.
Court Sides With Trump In Failed Lauderdale Beach ProjectDonald Trump didn't misrepresent his role in a beachfront project in Fort Lauderdale that went bust in 2009, a Florida appeals court has ruled.
Industry Adopts Changes To Laundry Packets Amid Safety Concerns Detergent packets can be a convenient way to do the laundry but to a toddler they can look like candy.
Going "Green" Hurting Florida's Citrus FarmersA University of Florida survey found a vast majority of the state's citrus industry is being impacted by a bacterial disease known as citrus greening or Huanglongbing.
The Search Is On For South Florida's Coolest OfficesDo you work in one of the "coolest" office spaces in South Florida? The South Florida Business Journal is teaming up with CBS4 to find the coolest offices in South Florida.
Judge: VW Owners Can Pick Buybacks, Fixes In Emissions DealA judge ruled Volkswagen drivers can have the automaker buy back or fix their cars - rigged to cheat on emissions test.
IKEA Issues Warning Over Drawers That Crushed ChildrenFurniture store Ikea issued an urgent warning over a set of drawers that has crushed children to death.
FBI: Using Third-Parties To Break Encryption Not SolutionA senior FBI official is speaking out against third parties helping the FBI hack into locked iPhones saying it's not a solution.
Microsoft Suit Is Latest Tech Clash With US Over PrivacyWith our lives uploaded more and more online, companies we trust with our digital secrets are clashing with authorities that want access to our messages, pictures and financial records.
Amazon's Latest Kindle Mostly Wants To DisappearAmazon is about to find out if fans of e-books will be willing to pay tablet prices for their e-reader.

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