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Bill Segal

An Orange County Commission member whose district covers part of Orlando. He lost his bid to become the next Orange County Mayor to fellow commissioner Teresa Jacobs, who will succeed Mayor Rich Crotty.
An Orange County Commission member whose district covers part of Orlando. He lost his bid to become the next Orange County Mayor to fellow commissioner Teresa Jacobs, who will succeed Mayor Rich Crotty. « Show less

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  • Big deal done, Harvey Massey plows on

    After nearly 25 years in business in Orlando, Harvey Massey just closed the biggest deal of his career.
  • What's fair about districts? Voters paid attention

    What's fair about districts? Voters paid attention
    Today we're looking back at this week's elections — the winners and losers, the game-changing moments and some details you may not know about the folks you just elected. Losers: Dean Cannon and Mike Haridopolos. No, they didn't get bounced from...

    Orlando's top business stories in 2010

    Orlando's top business stories in 2010
    The good news for Central Florida is that 2010 can't be written off entirely as lost to a sour economy. This year's list of the region's top business stories begins and ends on a positive note. Joblessness, the housing slump and an overall slow recovery...

    The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida: Familiar name at top of list

    The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida: Familiar name at top of list
    Collectively, they control tens of thousands of jobs, billions of dollars in tax money, a sports franchise — and one very famous mouse. They are the region's power players. And today we unveil the Top 10 in our rundown of "The 25 Most Powerful...

    Bill Segal’s campaign has fallen and it can’t get up!

     
         I talk to a lot of local politicos. And no matter the subject, I always close out with a lightening round of questions about what they think about various races and issues.        I'v