It’s getting closer. Last week the signs went up on the new Trader Joe’s location in Pinecrest which is scheduled to open this fall.
Chobani, a popular Greek yogurt, has recalled several yogurt cups, a move prompted by reports of illnesses by some costumers.
Imagine paying out extra cash each month, even hundreds of dollars a year, but you have no idea! You may not know about what are called “grey charges.”
It’s another sign the economy is improving: credit card incentives are on the rise.
Even as the economy improves there are plenty of people who are struggling to make ends meet. For them, buying a new car means taking on a longer term loan in order to lower their monthly payments.
A food labeling mishap for a South Florida based company now has them recalling 12,560 pounds of chicken dip products.
During a meeting this week at Miami Dade College, the Board of Governors for Citizens Property Insurance Corp. will discuss proposed rate increases for the state-backed agency’s 1.26 million policy holders.
From the decorations to the food, Publix is now offering full-service catering in hopes of making party-throwing, just like shopping, a pleasure.
After refusing a government request to recall approximately 2.7 million Jeeps at the beginning of June, Chrysler has instead announced that they will comply with the recall because of the calls received from concerned customers.
Seattle-based company Amazon will bring new warehouses to Florida. The move, according to Governor Rick Scott, will create more than 3,000 jobs, but it also means Floridians will no longer be able to dodge sales tax on their Amazon purchases.