Bacardi Protests Renewal Of Cuba's Rum Trademark In The US Bacardi is asking for more information on the U.S. government's decision to allow Cuba to sell Havana Club rum in America.
Obama Administration Loosens Cuba Embargo With New MeasuresThe Obama administration has yet again loosened the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba.
Consumers Question Fuel Surcharge Amid Drop In Gas Prices As fuel prices continue to plummet, many are wondering why they’re still paying fuel surcharges.
Retailers Opting For Tech To Improve In-Store ShoppingOnline shopping continues to grow in popularity, so now retailers are looking for ways to use technology to improve the in store shopping experience.
Wild Day On Wall Street Leads To Sharp DropsAfter sinking more than 500 points at one point on Wednesday, stocks did manage to recover by closing.
Dade Commissioners Okay Uber, Lyft RestrictionsThe future of Uber and other ride-sharing programs is being debated in county hall.
Cars Of Tomorrow Displayed At Detroit Auto ShowThe cars of tomorrow are being shown off at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Feds Go After Miami, New York City Real Estate Cash DealsThe U.S. Treasury Department announced Wednesday they will be going after Miami and New York City buyers, who are snatching up high-end real estate with cash.
Obama: 'Lift The Embargo On Cuba'President Barack Obama spelled out what he wants to happen in Cuba during his last State of The Union address.
Florida's Grapefruit Drops, Orange Crop Unchanged Florida's orange crop has remained unchanged from the previous month, but it's not the same story for grapefruit.
Dade Schools To Offer Training For In Demand JobsTwo academies set to open their doors in Miami-Dade county are focusing on the booming fields of cybersecurity and trade and logistics.
New App Reserves Parking, Guides Users In TrafficAutomaker Ford is working to have a customer relationship that goes beyond buying a car and develops with industry changes like car-sharing.