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  • Thousands of Citizens customers could be switched

    Thousands of Citizens customers could be switched
    Thousand of customers of Citizens Property Insurance Corp. might be switched to other insurers without realizing they have a choice. The state is allowing four private insurance companies to select nearly 100,000 policies to take over from Citizens by...
  • Ads On Ferries Removed After Protests, To Be Redesigned

    Ads On Ferries Removed After Protests, To Be Redesigned
    Just weeks after they went up on the two historic Connecticut River ferries, ad banners purchased by a law firm have been removed and "are being redesigned" to "better suit the context and character of the ferries." A state spokesman said the ads...
  • Second Hand Smoke in Community Associations

    Blog sponsored by Becker & Poliakoff             "Secondhand smoke," means smoke emitted from lighted, smoldering, or burning tobacco when the smoker is not inhaling; smoke emitted at the mouthpiece during puff drawing; and smoke exhaled by the smoker....
  • Kashkari says Nestle closure is proof of state's poor business climate

    Kashkari says Nestle closure is proof of state's poor business climate
    GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari pointed to Nestle USA’s decision to shutter a Chatsworth plant and move operations out-of-state as the latest indicator of the state’s poor business climate under Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown. “...
  • Transforming UMUC [Editorial]

    Transforming UMUC  [Editorial]
    The University of Maryland University College has long been at the forefront of online continuing education and job training for its mostly adult student body, so a recent proposal by UMUC President Javier Miyares to tie the school's future more closely...
  • Clermont, Eustis programs will educate residents about autism spectrum disorder

    Clermont, Eustis programs will educate residents about autism spectrum disorder
    Close to 700 families in Lake County affected by autism are registered with the University of Central Florida's Center for Autism and Related Disabilities. The center helps families cope with the challenges of living with someone who is autistic. This...
  • US sales to Russia have only risen since sanctions imposed

    WASHINGTON In the months since the United States imposed sanctions on Russian businesses and close associates of President Vladimir Putin's, an odd thing has happened: U.S. exports to Russia have risen. U.S. Census Bureau foreign trade data show that...
  • Crayola Experience to open in Orlando next summer

     Crayola Experience to open in Orlando next summer
    Move over princesses, the crayon is moving in. Disney World may be what brings tourists to Orlando, Fla., but Crayola is banking on the crayon to lure them to a new experience there. The Forks Township crayon-maker is opening a new family attraction...
  • Decision would shift economic arrangement between Orioles, Nationals

    Decision would shift economic arrangement between Orioles, Nationals
    A Major League Baseball panel's recent decision would rewrite the economics of the relationship between the Orioles and Washington Nationals, diverting tens of millions of dollars in annual profits from the regional television network that primarily...
  • Attorneys, law firms line up to represent Apopka

    Attorneys, law firms line up to represent Apopka
    Five Central Florida law firms and two lawyers beat today's deadline to apply for legal adviser of Apopka, a position that opened last month when the mayor's choice resigned amid questions over a brothel's client list. Thomas Cloud was chosen by Mayor...
  • Accounting Firm Whittlesey & Hadley Expands Beyond Hartford For First Time

    HARTFORD, Conn. — Hartford accounting firm Whittlesey & Hadley, founded in 1961 as a solo practice on Lewis Street, will expand geographically for the first time by acquiring a competitor in western Massachusetts. Whittlesey & Hadley on Thursday is...