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Duke/Progress Energy will cut its workforce at the CR3 plant from 600 to the 50-80 range in the foreseeable future.
Citrus County Chronicle
Volusia County's unemployment was 7.6 percent in February, down from 9.5 percent a year earlier.
Daytona Beach News-Journal
We were pleased to hear Wednesday’s announcement that Navy Federal Credit Union continues to invest deeply in Northwest Florida.
Pensacola News-Journal
Our future as the Space Coast could hinge on 150 acres at the northern tip of Kennedy Space Center near the Brevard-Volusia county border.
Florida Today
Space Florida has mounted a million-dollar campaign to secure one of six federal research and test sites for the unmanned aircraft.
Florida Today
Economic momentum is building along A1A from Seabreeze Boulevard south to Daytona Beach Shores.
Daytona Beach News-Journal
While some may dwell on the negative economic conditions, we believe strongly our local chambers play a key role in the betterment of our community.
Osceola News Gazette
Gulf Power’s president and CEO, Stan Connally Jr., wants to lay the groundwork for “diversifying” our economy,
Northwest Florida Daily News
The president is correct that the sequestration cuts would create a drag as they ripple through the economy.
Palm Beach Post
The spread of Tampa Bay’s seagrasses should not be viewed strictly as an environmental achievement. It is an economic triumph as well.
Tampa Tribune
f ever a story has made Floridians think, “There oughta be a law,” it is the story of Digital Domain and the $20 million.
Palm Beach Post
It’s distressing to see the Greater Pensacola Chamber essentially toss in the towel in the effort to attract jobs.
Pensacola News-Journal
Part of Gov. Scott's strategy is financial incentives but giving companies money might be the least effective strategy for attracting jobs.
Palm Beach Post
A study commissioned by the Florida College System estimates the annual economic impact of Indian River State College at $1.1 billion.
Treasure Coast Palm
It is time to build the Tampa Bay Beltway and update our lagging infrastructure. No excuses; build the Beltway.
Suncoast News
The Arcadia rodeo is a historic event, rooted in tradition and celebrating a distinctly American lifestyle. It’s also very, very good for business.
Arcadian
To reach a successful future for Citrus County will require cooperation among education, training, economic development and worforce partners.
Citrus County Chronicle

Letter To The Editor

To quote your first sentence in this...

Tampa Bay Times

Some frightening things have happened to the U.S. economy. The public debt has increased $5.2 trillion in the past 3½ years, an increase of...

Panama City News Herald

Solutions to the hot-button economic issues of this campaign season – from saving Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security, reducing the national...

St. Augustine Record

Recently, we were fortunate enough to have a District 2 Congressional field hearing in Panama City. I proudly accepted the invitation from...

Tallahassee Democrat

 

In a recent...

Tampa Bay Times

That’s when we started struggling. We had purchased a second home as an investment, but when the renters could no longer pay, we had to let it go...

News Press of Fort Myers

Op Ed

BOTH recent administrations ran up the national debt and BOTH favored massive bank and industrial bailouts to the auto industry.

TCPalm

A long and familiar list of concerns fuels Americans' discontent this election season: the economy, taxes, the deficit, health-care reform and on...

Tallahassee Democrat

Under President Obama, more than 400,000 women have lost their jobs nationwide, and our unemployment rate has increased to 8.1 percent.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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Orlando Sentinel