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Two steps to go in Iberiabank takeover of Sabadell United

With the announcement of Iberiabank Corp.’s approval to acquire Sabadell United Bank comes insight into the corporation’s expectations after the final forms are signed and a new timeline of when…

Miami rewards payment card for visitors heads for testing

Apogee Rewards card, a planned pre-paid rewards card aimed at solely attracting visitors and tourists to participating Miami establishments, has yet to become operational after its plastic and virtual product…

76-cent’ Canadian Dollar can’t stop South Florida spending

The Canadian dollar has been wavering in the low 70 cents range for months compared to the US dollar, but that isn’t stopping Canadians who head to the US on…

Reinsurance rates drop makes commercial policies bargains

For a variety of reasons, 2017 is a great year for businesses to be in the market for insurance. “Commercial property insurance rates are 50% of what they were five…

Expressway authority weighs taking over a mass transit corridor

Miami-Dade County’s Transportation Planning Organization last week formally urged the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) to adopt one of six highly publicized corridors targeted for mass transit expansion in the Strategic…

First Biscayne Bay Health Summit gets city backing

A Biscayne Bay Marine Health Inaugural Summit is set for all day June 28 at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus in North Miami. The summit’s main goals are to understand the…

Environmental issues snag boat builder’s expansion

Despite being approved for $9.7 million in Miami-Dade industrial development revenue bonds earlier this year, SeaVee Boats has not yet closed its financing agreement with the Industrial Development Authority. The…

Growth in Miami’s industrial realty ‘unprecedented’

Propelled by population growth and consumer demand for goods, Miami’s industrial sector continues to be strong, say real estate sources. “We’re bullish on the industrial sector,” said Audley Bosch, senior…

Keep us in loop on housing probe, commissioner demand

Miami-Dade’s administration will work with county commissioners and keep them informed about a federal inquiry into developers working on county-financed affordable housing projects. County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams said Tuesday she’s…

German American Business Chamber moves into Broward

The German American Business Chamber of South Florida has successfully expanded its presence north into Fort Lauderdale and Broward County. The idea began gaining traction in 2015 as the chamber…

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