Printing company’s founder and family keep innovating for six decades By Kevin Gale Rex 3 founder Julius Miller is 94, but that doesn’t stop him from embracing change. His company recently spent $4.75 million on new technology, including a $4 million Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 press. It’s dubbed “The...

Emerging marketing strategy pays off for Pinnacle’s Peter Gary By Arnie Rosenberg | Photography by Larry Wood For Peter Gary, it’s all about developing expertise, then leveraging it for success. After eight years in the Marine Corps, he found himself in automotive retail sales, rising quickly to become...

FAU football coach Charlie Partridge reflects on the foundation he’s building in Boca Raton Everything you need to know about the head football coach at Florida Atlantic University fits on a wallet-sized card that each of his players are expected to carry. On one side are...

Meet the ‘Ironman’ leading construction of MiamiCentral By Kevin Gale John Planz is leading construction of Miami’s half-mile, high-speed rail station the same way he runs 100-mile races: by breaking it into small manageable parts. Brightline’s MiamiCentral station, which has a 9-acre site just north of the historic...

Kolter’s growing collection of hotels keeps its leader going By Arnie Rosenberg | Photography by Larry Wood Scott Webb knew all about office buildings. Heading up the commercial division of West Palm Beach-based Kolter Group, he oversaw some 5 million square feet of office space. Yet he...

Ernie Diaz leads TD Bank’s rapidly growing operations in Florida By Kevin Gale | Photography by Larry Wood Ernie Diaz, regional president for TD Bank in Florida, actively promotes business ties with Spain as chairman of the Beacon Council, but a party the bank hosted at the...

Barlington Group brings new tenants, protects Little Havana’s character By Kevin Gale Redevelopment in Miami has radiated outward from Brickell Avenue to downtown, Overtown, Midtown and the Design District. Now it seems to be Little Havana’s turn. The neighborhood’s Calle Ocho (Eighth Street) long has been a tourist...

What developers should do amid a slowing market By Kevin Gale Miami’s slowing condominium market once again is generating negative headlines in the national press: • “Miami’s Condo Frenzy Ends with Inventory Piling Up in New Towers” – Bloomberg • “Another Condo Bust Looms in Miami” – The Wall...

Business leaders see success in South Florida, but want more results By Leslie J. Kraft / Photos by Larry Wood Since marketing and media entrepreneur Jerome Hutchinson Jr. came to South Florida from Atlanta in 2006 with the goal of developing a local black business network, much has...

SFBW celebrated the third annual Up & Comer Awards with a packed house June 16 at The Venue in Wilton Manors. The 350 attendees enjoyed cocktails and gourmet appetizers before adjourning to the ballroom, where Light Up the Night’s LED robots provided a high-energy start...