Business Leaders Warily Watch Incentives DebateSeveral hundred business leaders met Thursday in Orlando to talk about job creation across Florida, with a focus clearly on Tallahassee.
Scott Tries To Rally Support In Incentives FightGov. Rick Scott urged members of Enterprise Florida to lobby lawmakers.
Chamber Backs Scott's Push For Incentive MoneyThe Florida Chamber of Commerce offered support for Gov. Rick Scott's controversial proposal to set aside $85 million for incentives next year.
Hart Eyed For Top Enterprise Florida JobChris Hart was added Wednesday to the shortlist to run the state's business-recruitment agency.
Storm Adds Wrinkle To Enterprise Florida SelectionA rapidly growing tropical storm in the Caribbean led to a change in plans in Enterprise Florida’s president and CEO selection.
Enterprise Florida Top Job Draws A CrowdFinalists seeking the job in Florida's business-recruitment agency could be named later this week.
Enterprise Florida Could Trim Pay For New PresidentPay for the next leader of Florida's business-recruitment agency might be scaled back from the salary of the recently departed president.
Enterprise Florida Cuts Backed By CommitteeA committee overseeing the state's business recruitment agency on Thursday supported cuts that will slash 26 positions.
Florida Agency That Recruits Jobs Will Soon Be Slashing ThemFlorida's economic development agency is moving ahead with a plan to lay off about a third of its employees.
State's Business Development Agency Says "The Future Is Here"Enterprise Florida, the state's public-private economic development agency, introduced a new brand Friday that will be featured in a $10 million global advertising campaign that declares, "Florida --- The Future is Here."
Florida Gov. Scott Wants $250M To Lure Jobs To State Florida Governor Rick Scott is asking for $250 million in order to lure jobs to the state.
Senate Still Skeptical About Scott Corporate Cash DemandsState senators still aren't buying Gov. Rick Scott's argument that Florida's business recruitment agency is running short of the cash needed to close corporate relocation deals.

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