The Marlins did it, the Dolphins did it and now the Florida Panthers are doing it.
The FBI calls him the Friday afternoon robber — a man the FBI says has held up 6 banks, many near the close of business on Fridays.
Home Depot, the Miami Dolphins, Norwegian Cruise Lines and ALDI are a few of the companies looking to hire employees from a massive job fair Tuesday in Sunrise.
Would you like to relax on your morning commute to Miami? For west Broward residents, it will be possible beginning Monday.
The Bank Atlantic Center in Sunrise is no more. After the bank was acquired by BB&T, the name on the arena will be changing as well to the BB&T Center.
About one-third of Bank Atlantic’s employees will lose their jobs as early as October.
The 650 Bank Atlantic employees made jobless after BB&T bought the Fort Lauderdale-based bank have been offered jobs by BB&T.
One more Florida landmark is about to disappear from the horizon with Tuesday’s approval by federal banking regulators of the sale of hometown BankAtlantic to North Carolina-based BB&T. Most of the nearly 80 BankAtlantic branches will get the new name by the end of the year, but still unknown is how many jobs will be lost by the sale.
Lost amidst the discussion of the sale of BankAtlantic to BB&T was the future of the Bank Atlantic Center.
BB&T Corp. plans to expand its presence in South Florida by acquiring nearly five and half billion in healthy loans, deposits and bank branches from BankAtlantic.