American Express Boosts Paid Leave For New ParentsAmerican Express is the latest company to announce it's expanding its maternity and paternity leave.
Police Lights Turn Jitters Into Smiles In Miami BeachRed and blue lights shining in your rear view mirror can give any driver the jitters but that wasn't the case Tuesday morning.
American Express Adds Cash Back To Serve Prepaid CardsAmerican Express is looking to expand its customer base by adding a cash back feature to its prepaid debit cards.
American Express Says It Will Start Working In CubaAmerican Express said it will start operating in Cuba.
Best Credit Cards For TravelersHere is a look at five of the best credit cards for travelers, all with outstanding perks and excellent reviews from consumers.
Piano Man Coming Back To MiamiThe legendary Piano Man is coming to Miami. Billy Joel, who hasn’t made an appearance in Miami since 2007, announced a concert at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Saturday, January 31st, 2015.
The New Face Of Customer ServiceWith long lines and little to no results on an automated voice call, there is a new face emerging when it comes to customer service.
Ebay To Split Off PayPal EBay is splitting off its fastest growing segment, mobile payment service PayPal, the e-commerce company said Tuesday.
Bond Set For Trio Accused Of Stealing Millions From Aviation Dept.A trio accused of stealing more than $2 million from Miami-Dade County's aviation department faced a judge in bond court Friday.
Troublesome Trio Accused Of Stealing Millions From Aviation Dept. Investigators said they caught-on to a trio that stole more than $2 million from the Miami-Dade County’s aviation department.
South Florida Shops On Small Business Saturday Now that Thanksgiving has past and Black Friday has come and gone, it’s time for small businesses to shine with the Small Business Saturday movement.
American Express Settles With U.S. Treasury Dept. Over Cuba TravelAmerican Express will pay the U.S. Treasury Department millions to settle potential civil liability for the more than 14,000 tickets that were issued for travel to Cuba and countries outside the U.S.