Florida Business News
Florida legislators and local education officials are trying to pinpoint what happened to nearly 90,000 “missing” public school students, as public school enrollment estimates have dropped amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
One in five renters and one in 10 homeowners are believed to be behind on their rent or mortgage payments nationally. In Florida, more than 47,000 eviction notices have been filed, and a handful of bills filed at the State Capitol seek to keep people in their homes.
Construction is set to begin this week on what will be South Florida’s only full-time kosher hotel and one of only 15 or 20 such hotels in the world.
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo is joining the growing list of out-of-state firms migrating to Florida. The company hopes to open a Miami office in the second half of 2021.
As COVID-19 spread last year, Robyn Donaldson was able to transition her post-construction cleaning and janitorial firm to specialize in sanitation measures she could provide clients to help protect them from the coronavirus. Then the Super Bowl came to town.
Florida Trend Video Pick
The large Miami Marathon was canceled due to the pandemic, however, Frankie Ruiz invited 35 runners who participated in every marathon since its inception in 2003, to run around a 1.63-mile loop and to keep its consecutive marathon streak.
Do you think recreational marijuana should be legal in Florida?
© Copyright 2021 Trend Magazines Inc. All rights reserved.