►Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the $22.75 million sale of Comcast’s 91,872-square-foot operations and call center, 15800 S.W. 25th St., Miramar, to Key Biscayne-based ATCG. ►Aviation Inflatables has moved its 69 employees to 1655 N.W. 136th Ave., Sunrise, and announced plans to add 40 jobs. ►Metropica has launched...

► The University of Miami Health System inked a deal with Walgreens, in which the university’s UHealth will manage clinical services at the 17 South Florida locations that offer them. ► The Florida Department of Transportation plans to open price proposals in April for a revamped...

Manny Perdomo returns to lead SunTrust in South Florida Manuel M. Perdomo started out as a bank teller who struggled to balance his register the first day, but he’s carved out a career working for some of the nation’s biggest banks—currently serving as president, CEO and...

New Emirates flights brings new opportunities to travel The arrival of the first Emirates airline flight from Dubai is further evidence of how Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is offering more long-haul international flights. While FLL has long had flights to the Caribbean, Central America and Latin America,...

Miami International Boat Show fixing obstacles created by move By Martin Lenkowsky Organizers of the 2017 Miami International Boat Show do not expect the same growing pains visitors faced last year when the show’s main site moved from the Miami Beach Convention Center to its new location...

C3 strives to be a technology partner with its customers By Kevin Gale | Photography by Larry Wood CEO Rick Mancinelli can talk about the array of services and products that Cloud Computing Concepts offers, but it really boils down to one concept. “I really say we...

Jim Swift’s Cortera helps customers make the right business decisions By ARNIE ROSENBERG | Photography by Larry Wood As a kid, Jim Swift and his friends played a game as they walked to and from school each day. Watching how many trucks were coming and going...

By Darcie Lunsford Tourism, agriculture, international trade, aviation, aerospace, life sciences and the marine industries most often are the sectors that come to mind as being the main turbines that power Florida’s economy. But commercial real estate sector is nipping at their heels to get noticed. Development...