For Florida, offshore development in the federal waters could create more than 56,000 jobs by 2035 and could result in more than $2.6 billion annually in state revenues.
While, the Small Business Administration (SBA) launched a “Boots to Business” program in 2013 with “which the SBA advises veterans, current active military personnel, spouses, and dependents on how to start their own small businesses,” Scheider’s and Spano’s bill would fully authorize the program.
With Halloween looming, trick or treaters will scare up some strong sales in the Sunshine State.
This week, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., a key ally of the White House, offered advice for the Trump administration on Asian affairs even as President Donald Trump continued to try to hammer a trade deal with China and met with North Korean leaders.
The fraud scheme had major implications for other companies, including sinking Westernbank of Puerto Rico.
The economy continues to reach new heights. From historic unemployment rates to encouraging GDP readings, the nation is moving in the right direction.
With the Legislature ready to kickoff its regular session in March, the James Madison Institute (JMI), a public policy group based in Tallahassee advocating for free market solutions, released its legislative priorities.
On Tuesday, Rubio announced his support for U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith’s, R-Miss., “Forest Recovery Act” which creates a special rule for companies and individuals who lose uncut timber from natural disasters.
Soto announced at the end of last week that the funds for Bridging the Information Development Gap (BRIDG), a non-profit private-public partnership. According to the congressman’s office, the funds will be used to “establish a Microelectronics Cybersecurity Center and to develop trusted microelectronic devices in a secure environment to support the Department of Defense.”
On Monday, DeSantis and Jamal Sowell, the president and CEO of Enterprise Florida, were in New York to meet with leaders of the technology and financial sectors.