Scott Jobs 'Summit' Set For Early FebruaryGov. Rick Scott is rounding up businesspeople and educators for a jobs "summit" next month.
Takata Agrees To Guilty Plea, Will Pay $1B For Hiding DefectTakata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for a years-long scheme to allegedly conceal a deadly defect in its automotive air bag inflators.
New Forecast Shows Continuing Citrus StrugglesFlorida's struggling citrus industry saw a slight dip in the latest forecast for orange and grapefruit harvests.
Amazon Planning 100K New Full-Time Hires Over Next 18 MonthsAmazon is planning to hire 100,000 full-time workers over the next 18 months, many of which will be at its fulfillment centers in states like California, Texas and Florida.
US Gov't Accuses Fiat Chrysler Of Cheating On EmissionsThe U.S. government accused Fiat Chrysler on Thursday of failing to disclose software in some of its pickups and SUVs with diesel engines that allows them to emit more pollution than allowed under the Clean Air Act.
U.S., Cuba Take On Unsettled Claims While In HavanaDelegates with the U.S. and Cuba are meeting Thursday to take up a contentious topic - unsettled claims.
Miami Beach Creates 'Safe Space' For LGBT CommunityReaffirming the city's policies of nondiscrimination and inclusion, Miami Beach is aiming to protect members of the community at most risk of being targeted by hate crimes.
Brightline Debuts Train For Orlando-Miami RunFloridians and tourists will soon have a new way to travel the sunshine state -- and it will be by express rail.
VW Employees May Face Hot Seat In Emissions-Cheating DealAn imminent criminal plea deal between Volkswagen and U.S. prosecutors may be bad news for VW employees who had a role in the emissions cheating scandal.
Card-Free Transactions Coming Soon To An ATM Near YouWells Fargo says its customers will soon be able to take out cash from its ATM’s without an ATM card.
Johnson & Johnson Plans On Revealing Drug Price IncreasesJohnson & Johnson says they will release the average price increases of its prescription drugs in an attempt to calm the community over soaring prices.
Florida's Tourism Agency To Pay $73K After 'Mr. 305' Controversy Florida's tourism agency is paying its outgoing president and CEO $73,000 amid a controversial deal with rapper Pitbull that prompted a shakeup.

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