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  • Program grows 418 jobs in state

    Program grows 418 jobs in state
    In exchange for a modest $1.4 million investment by the state, at least 418 jobs came out of a program that aims to help young Florida companies grow. That's only about $3,400 per job – or less than the cost of a weeklong Disney cruise to the...
  • Crist revamps PSC, but now what?

     
    U.S. Senate candidate Charl???, uh I mean, Gov. Charlie Crist did the popular thing today by re-shaping the Public Service Commission with two picks that could be more consumer-friendly. Crist gave current commissioners Matthew Carter and Katrina...
  • Will racial diversity on Florida Public Service Commission help FPL customers?

     
    I've said it before, but when it comes to the Florida Public Service Commission, which oversees utilities, I don't see black-and-white. I see green, as in how much money FPL gets from my pocket. Now that the latest two PSC......
  • Plug-ins, the Electric Grid and You

     
    With mass-market plug-in electric cars getting closer to going on sale, automakers and utility companies are studying the demands on the electrical system and car buyers' homes with wide-ranging conclusions. At "The Business of Plugging-In" conference...
  • Appeals court opens the money floodgates for Scott

     
    TALLAHASSEE – A federal appeals court opened the floodgates on Friday for Republican Rick Scott to pour more personal wealth into his gubernatorial bid without running afoul of a Florida law meant to limit the influence of money in politics. The 1...
  • Is McCollum flexing the Insider Advantage?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Republican Rick Scott appears to have a pretty simple message over the final six days of his gubernatorial primary with Bill McCollum: insiders are all that is wrong with politics today. Here's a not-incredibly-clever video the Scott....
  • Scott hires McCollum’s insider campaign-finance team

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In the final weeks of his successful gubernatorial primary, Republican Rick Scott spared no opportunity to lambaste primary foe Bill McCollum for taking big checks from “Tallahassee insiders” and “special interests&#...
  • Dawson: $olar scam?

     
    The hottest phone pitch in town goes something like this: “I represent Acme Green Energy Company. Let us come to your home and do an energy audit – free!” The caller usually represents a company selling solar-heating units at a grossly...
  • Orlando 2010 Latin Food & Wine Festival Oct 1 and 2

     
    The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando's Latin Food and Wine Festival 2010 is October 1 and 2. On Oct 1, the festival will kick off with Savor the Night, a culinary affair at the rooftop of the Stirling Global Gallery at The Plaza in Downtown...
  • Scott: Transition staff can’t lobby for one year (sort of)

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Republican Gov.-elect Rick Scott announced Wednesday that the members of his transition team would have to sign a code of conduct that prohibits them from lobbying “any state agency, on behalf of any other person or entity&#...
  • Valencia Community College gets air conditioning rebate

     
    You probably won't be able to tell Tuesday – which is predicted to be The Coldest Day Since Time Began -  but the air conditioning at Valencia Community College works really well. So well,  in fact, that Progress Energy is giving the Orange...