► ESJ Capital Partners acquired Miami’s 18-acre Jungle Island entertainment park for $60 million and will renovate it, adding a zip line and waterslides. ► Chad Moss, executive vice president of Moss & Associates, gave a $10 million gift to Florida International University’s College of Engineering...

Female entrepreneurs build their businesses with the help of family By Andrea Richard Whether she is head of the household or the boardroom, some moms juggle it all to grow thriving companies with the help of their kids. SFBW celebrates Mother’s Day with a look at three...

Miami-Dade’s transit plan, the Underline create new visions Second of a two-part series By Kevin Gale Brightline and the new Tri-Rail service to downtown Miami are just the start of an ambitious plan to improve mass transit in Miami-Dade County. Officials have outlined their multibillion-dollar Strategic Miami Area Rapid...

Resort hotels offer an array of golf, social memberships By Martin Lenkowsky A previous installment of SFBW’s “Inside the Gates” series discussed top private residential clubs, but there are options for golfers even if they don’t live in a country club community. [caption id="attachment_8039" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Seagate Country...

Looking for reform? Ask a doctor who’s a hospital CEO Dr. Patrick Taylor has his hands full with the evolving world of health care as president and CEO of Holy Cross Hospital, a full-service hospital in Fort Lauderdale that has 557 beds and 600 doctors. Taylor joined...

SFBW hosted its second annual celebration honoring top HR Executives in the tri-county area on March 9 at the Weston Hills Country Club. More than 300 attendees enjoyed high-end networking before and after the event and were treated to a performance by the Dillard High School...

In-house lawyers discuss innovation in an evolving world By Andrea Richard Driving innovation depends on the industry, panelists said March 9 at the Coral Gables Country Club. The group consisted of in-house general counsels from an array of industries who offered insights about growth and, in one...

By Darcie Lunsford After soaring to record levels in 2015, commercial real estate sales volume fell last year, tethered by fewer massive portfolio transactions, tightening monetary policy, pre-election vitriol and post-election consternation. Nationally, the total sum of offices, industrial buildings, hotels, shopping centers, apartments and commercial...

Interim professionals can fill open positions during permanent replacement searches By Mark Viner In some sectors, we are at the lowest unemployment levels in about 50 years. Deciphering the exact percentages for certain fields is difficult because the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics measures unemployment by the total...