The Florida Legislature convenes its 2017 session, prepared to tackle a slew of issues that affect business, including worker compensation, education & water availability.
Barry Shields begins preparing the Governor’s Club early for an onslaught of business when legislators come to town.
A native Tallahassean is taking the lead in forging the area’s economic future.
We met with President John Thrasher of Florida State University and President Elmira Mangum of Florida A&M University to catch up after their first year on the job.
R. Gwen Graham reflects on her 1st few months in office & her hopes for NW FL.
The behind-the-scenes story of Raimund Herden, the visionary behind Bluewater Bay who has lived the American dream.
Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist, talk about their vision for NWFL economic development.
When the Legislature adjourned and went home in May, what did lawmakers do to make life better for business?
Worker Shortage Looms According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the U.S. economy will create 120,000 jobs a year in computer science through 2020. However, U.S. institutions of higher learning only produce 40,000 bachelor’s degrees annually in that field,…
When the Legislature went home, this is what they did for — and to — business.