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Carnival's CFO David Bernstein said during an earnings call on Thursday that net revenue yields for Q3 are expected to stay flat or decline, and to fall in Q4.
There is nothing to whine about when it comes to the wine bar scene in South Florida. Zion Market Research has predicted the global wine market will reach $432.59 billion by 2023. Whether you prefer white or red, there no doubt about it: wine is extremely popular. To see where South Floridians are choosing to get a glass of wine, the South Florida Business Journal turned to our friends at business directory service Yelp (NYSE: YELP) for the top 25 places to get a glass of wine in the region. Click…
The South Florida based shareholders were allegedly duped into agreeing to a merger that defrauded them of $60 million.
While there are three more months left of the pilot program, both Lyft and Lime said their companies are talks with the city government
Fort Lauderdale International Airport is one of the airports now connected to the North Carolina city.
After reviewing hundreds of nominations, the South Florida Business Journal is pleased to announce its first round of 40 Under 40 honorees for 2019. The award recognizes young professionals in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties for outstanding success in business and contributions to their communities. They are some of our region's most entrepreneurial and influential young leaders. This is the first in a series of four announcements revealing the 40 award recipients. Today, we begin with…
Hear from executives at Related Cos., Penn-Florida Cos., Minto Communities and Rosemurgy Properties.
Florida has no labor protections for cannabis patients or guidelines for companies on how to accommodate workers using the drug.
Florida voters legalized medical marijuana in 2016, but employers still grapple with how to accommodate workers using the drug without running afoul of federal law.
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