With the increasing popularity of Grown, her fast-organic concept, Shannon Allen is changing the foodie landscape in Miami By Michelle F. Solomon | photos by April Belle photos When Grown opened its doors in March, many customers were surprised to see that the person behind the counter...

BoardroomPR president is still a journalist at heart By Kevin Gale Julie Silver Talenfeld’s BoardroomPR is one of the top public relations firms in South Florida, but she’s still a news junkie at heart. That’s not surprising if you know her family. Her father, Ben Silver, was a...

Dear Mr. Berko: We seek increasing dividend income, along with conservative long-term capital growth. Our new stockbroker advises us to sell 100 of our 200 shares of Apple and all of our Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF shares. He wants us to buy shares of...

How to Target and Join a Nonprofit Board By Gerry Czarnecki You’ve considered all of the challenges to being on a board, and you’ve decided you want to get involved, so now it is time to find out how to get on a board. Most nonprofits are...

Former American Bar Association leader keeps busy with major cases By David Lyons When Stephen N. Zack served as president of the American Bar Association, he championed an overarching issue: the protection of the rule of law in the United States. During his term between 2010 and 2011,...

By Julie Neitzel With increasing frequency, older Americans are becoming victims of financial crimes. It’s estimated that one in five older Americans have been exploited financially. Most victims are 80 to 89 and generally live alone, with women being the victim twice as often as men....

The Starbucks chief predicts dark days for brick-and-mortar retailers. Can the big chains do anything to reverse the trend? At Starbucks' (NASDAQ:SBUX) Investor Day last week, outgoing CEO Howard Schultz made a bold prediction. "We're going to see a very major downturn in the fact that the country is over-retailed...