Hot, Hot, Hot Hotels: Florida Outpacing Nation In Occupancy Rate, Rooms SoldFlorida is a hot spot come summer, and we’re not just talking about the heat.
Scott Gathers Business, Education Leaders To Discuss Higher EdGov. Rick Scott created the invitation-only "Degrees to Jobs Summit" to put university and college presidents and trustees in talks with the business community.
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.
Judge Denies Appeal To Block Midtown WalmartThe last hurdle to block Walmart from springing up in Midtown has been passed.
Challenges Expected Over Selections For Medical MarijuanaChallenges are expected against five nurseries chosen to grow and distribute medical marijuana in Florida.
Disney's Planet Hollywood To Lay Off 468 WorkersDisney's Planet Hollywood is planning to lay off hundreds of workers next year.
Wawa Makes Its Way To South FloridaWawa is making its way to South Florida.
American Announces Tentative Deal With Gate, Ticket AgentsAmerican Airlines and union officials may have struck a deal, at least a tentative one, offering higher wages for thousands of employees.
Timber Business Booming In Parts Of FloridaThe timber business is booming in northeast Florida with demand booming for the natural resource worldwide.
Nearly $400M State Contract Protested By AT&TTelecommunications company AT&T is raising questions about a new contract awarded to a rival to provide phone and internet services to the state of Florida.
South Florida Could Feel Big Impact If PGA Breaks From TrumpThe backlash against presidential candidate Donald Trump continues. NASCAR and the PGA seem to be distancing themselves from Trump.
Scott's Top Jobs Recruiter Plans ExitFlorida's top business recruiter is leaving the job at the end of February.
White House: Proposal Would Create Or Save 60K Fla. JobsIf Congress were to approve President Obama's jobs plan it could mean more than $7 billion for Florida and administration officials say it could create or save more than 60,000 jobs.