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|‘Send More Money': Business Leaders In Broward Meet With U.S. Secretary Of Commerce|
|Monday, October 26, 2020|
|U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, right, sits on a sofa for sale with City Furniture President Andrew Koenig. |Caitie Switalski Muñoz WLRN
WLRN 91.3 FM | By Caitie Switalski Muñoz
U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, toured City Furniture's headquarters in Tamarac Friday. He then joined local business leaders from several|
|Why the Future Is in Florida|
|Friday, October 2, 2020|
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When you consider locations to start or relocate the business of your dreams, you likely think of things like hiring, infrastructure, legal issues, and lifestyle, to name a few. Afterall, you want to base your business somewhere that you can recruit a talented|
|'Entering phase three is a gamble,' Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says of DeSantis' reopening order|
|Thursday, October 1, 2020|
|'Entering phase three is a gamble,' Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says of DeSantis' reopening order
A lone pedestrian makes their way along the Lincoln Road Mall, in Miami Beach. JOCK FISTICK / SOUTH FLORIDA BUSINESS JOURNAL
By Ashley Portero – Reporter, South Florida Business Journal
Miami-Dade and Broward leaders are|
|Brightline shut down commuter service for months. When will the trains run again?|
|Thursday, October 1, 2020|
|By DAVID LYONS | SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL
The trains are in the barn. The downtown stations are deserted. And the management of Brightline, South Florida’s idled high-speed rail service, is still deciding when to restore service amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brightline, the regional train line that conjured up new possibilities for South|
|A new take on being an SOB (SFBW)|
|Friday, September 18, 2020|
|by Drew Limsky
Attention Broward shoppers: Now you can wear your social responsibility and community spirit on your shirt, your hat or on your mask. Now SOB means Supporter of Broward, courtesy of the Six Pillars Broward initiative, Broward County’s community-led economic development plan. Its message: Buy local and consistently.
|Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show still on for October|
|Thursday, September 10, 2020|
|EFI Daily Newsclips By Michael Adams – Managing Editor, South Florida Business Journal
While most events in South Florida have been canceled over safety concerns with the Covid-19 pandemic, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is moving full steam ahead.
The Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF), along with|
|Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Florida Housing Approval of Additional $45 Million Coronavirus Relief Funds for COVID-19 Affected Households|
|Friday, September 4, 2020|
|Tallahassee, Fla. – Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that the Board of Directors for the Florida Housing Finance Corporation (Florida Housing) approved the remaining $45 million of the $120 million to local governments to assist Floridians impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with rental and mortgage assistance.
Through the Coronavirus Aid,|
|John Ruffin, ‘Motivational whisperer’ for hundreds, and former Alliance Board of Directors Chair, dies of cancer|
|Saturday, August 1, 2020|
|JOHN RUFFIN 1941-2020 By Karina Elwood Coral Springs – July 31, 2020
To his friends and family, John Ruffin was a change agent. Everywhere he went, everything he touched, he fostered change for the better. His years of community service and mentoring helped hundreds.
Ruffin, a businessman, mentor and supporter of education, died Friday of prostate|
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