Digital transformation was a hot topic in a panel discussion convened by the South Florida Executive Roundtable at Lago Mar Country Club in Plantation. There were an array of technologies discussed, including the “internet of things,” chatbots, artificial intelligence and sales process automation. The panel was moderated...

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The goal of the Biscayne Beach Residences, 2900 NE Seventh Ave., is to bring the chic bohemian style of the Hamptons to Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood. We’ll call this $8.5 million penthouse on the 51st floor “upscale bohemian.” The 10,663-square-foot penthouse designed by Thoma Filicia’s Sedgwick...

The U.S. is further restricting the Cuban regime’s access to commercial aircraft and other goods, the U.S. Commerce Department announced Friday afternoon. The move by the department's Bureau of Industry and Security cited continued repression of the Cuban populace and the Cuban government's support of the...

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