Why the U.S. could replace offshore hot spots By David Lyons Inside a Ritz-Carlton hotel ballroom, the setting of a recent wealth management conference sponsored by the Florida International Bankers Association, the atmosphere grew a bit tense as a panel of money managers and lawyers involved in...

Even private companies are facing pressure on compensation issues By Kevin Gale Presidential candidates aren’t the only ones scrutinizing executive pay these days. Everyone from insurance companies to minority shareholders in private companies are hauling out the microscopes, according to a panel discussion that was held at...

Businesses adopt Citrix’s low cost desktop alternative By Chris Fleck Citrix’s HDX Ready Pi is about to disrupt the desktop PC industry as a low-cost, high-performance end-user computing device like no other. When coupled with a virtual desktop, this sub $89 device provides an ideal alternative to...

When we think of the beginning of sports as a big business in South Florida, many of us will think back to the late 1960s when the Miami Dolphins first hit the gridiron. But the region actually has a rich sports history that dates back...