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Retailers typically look forward to the holiday season as a time for major profits. But this year, retailers could be singing the blues by the time the Christmas holiday shopping season concludes.
Two new AT&T stores will soon open their doors in South Florida. But before they do, they’ll need employees to staff them.
Over 3,000 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Tuesday in Sunrise.
Doesn’t it make you proud? As a Floridian, Florida Lottery officials say you stand the best chance of anyone in the nation to win Wednesday’s record drawing. But don’t start counting that money yet.
The race is on to be first in line for this year’s best deals on holiday gifts: Black Friday is almost here. Every year, the stores open earlier in the wee hours of the morning, some even open at midnight after Thanksgiving Day, while other stores start the Black Friday sales on Turkey Day itself. If you’re going to get up that early (on a day off, no less), it is important to be prepared.
Back-to-school shopping, the second-biggest retail season of the year, is tax-free this weekend and shoppers are taking advantage before it ends at midnight.
At Rick Case Honda in Davie on the Fourth of July business was, well, hot. The showroom was crowded with customers not just looking but buying. The dealership sold 615 new Hondas in June, more than 20 every day, its best performance in three years.
It’s home to the Happiest Place on Earth, but maybe not for the reason you’re thinking of. The city the world knows for Cinderella and Shamu, for fairy castles, Hollywood dreams and African lions now has a new reason for fame; Men’s Health magazine has named Orlando the smuttiest city in America.
On the shelves of several convenience stores in South Florida, CBS 4 News found a drug that law enforcement, legislators and drug experts describe as “dangerous” and even deadly, and despite efforts to ban the drug, the makers are able to keep it legal and for sale.