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  • Oakland Park culinary district attracting investors

    Efforts to bring the city's downtown back to life may finally have found a recipe for success. The city envisions a flourishing culinary arts district where vegetables are grown and cooking taught, where markets offer the freshest produce and stores...
  • Business payment technology fuels rapid growth at Viewpost

    Business payment technology fuels rapid growth at Viewpost
    I talked with Max Eliscu recently about his company, Viewpost, and its plans to add 262 new jobs in Maitland. The company provides an online platform for payment and tracking of business invoices. As Eliscu explained, it’s also a communication...
  • Sterlings turn to lawsuits in cases great and small

    Sterlings turn to lawsuits in cases great and small
    Her broken ankle. His aching heart. Marques Johnson's ruptured disk. Bill Walton's bum foot. Whatever the affliction, Donald and Shelly Sterling have long favored one particular cure: a lawsuit. Over the last four decades, the billionaire couple have...
  • Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover

    Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover
    This week another piece of the redevelopment of downtown Towson falls into place as a 90,000-square-foot, 15-screen Cinemark theater ushers in its first moviegoers Thursday. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Towson Square and the theater...
  • Opportunity, adjustment in the air for Md. Film Festival

    Opportunity, adjustment in the air for Md. Film Festival
    Kevin Brown knows opportunity when it shows up at his front door. When news broke this year that the annual Maryland Film Festival would be leaving its home at the Charles Theatre for a series of venues, including several near the restaurant he runs...
  • Traffic concerns growing over Minto West development plan

    Traffic concerns growing over Minto West development plan
    Palm Beach County officials fear that local roads can't handle the influx of traffic expected if developers get their wish to build a host of new neighborhoods and shopping centers on Loxahatchee area farmland. Proposed developments could bring nearly...
  • Small businesses prime for expansion, survey finds

    Small businesses prime for expansion, survey finds
    More than 80 percent of small businesses in South and Central Florida expect to meet or exceed their revenue goals in 2014, according to a survey by TD Bank released Tuesday. The survey also showed that 60 percent of Hispanic owners report higher...
  • Developer submits new plans for 30-story tower project

    Developer submits new plans for 30-story tower project
    Four luxury condo buildings would soar with their steel and glass spires, redefining the city's downtown skyline. The shortest building would be 23 stories. And the tallest, at 30 stories, would rise above every other building in the city. The...
  • Palm Beach County, teams agree to keep talking about building new baseball stadium

    Palm Beach County, teams agree to keep talking about building new baseball stadium
    The push to expand spring training baseball in Palm Beach County is stretching into extra innings. County commissioners Tuesday balked at committing $24 million more of public money than once planned to build a new spring training baseball stadium to...
  • FAU to open new start-up business center Friday

    FAU to open new start-up business center Friday
    Tech Runway, billed as a new model for entrepreneurship in South Florida, will open Friday with five tenants at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. The first tenants are a company that simplifies shopping and shipping outside the country, a...
  • Newington Considers Joining State's 'Green Bank'

    NEWINGTON — The town is considering joining a state program that provides low-cost financing to businesses wanting to install energy-saving and alternative energy measures. Economic Development Director Andy Brecher asked the town council this week...