[caption id="attachment_3689" align="alignleft" width="200"] Dale Brill[/caption] The economy in Florida isn’t just jobs, jobs, jobs, says Dale Brill, the former president of the Florida Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Governor’s Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development. During a keynote speech at the Greater Fort Lauderdale...

[caption id="attachment_3687" align="alignleft" width="330"] John Knox Village of Florida Board Chairman Paul Simpson, CEO Gerry Stryker and Dr. Steve Ronik[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3686" align="alignleft" width="324"] Dr. Steve Ronik and Susan Renneisen.[/caption]     SFBW Chairman and CEO Gary Press was honored as a community advocate during Henderson Behavioral Health’s Mind,...

Boca Raton company becomes one of state’s largest insurers By Arnie Rosenberg | Photography by Larry Wood [caption id="attachment_3762" align="alignleft" width="400"] Clint Strauch[/caption] In its own way, Hurricane Andrew gave birth to Florida Peninsula Insurance Co. When the Category 5 storm unleashed more than $25 billion in damage on Florida...

By Kevin Gale South Florida is the epicenter of the global cruise industry, with PortMiami ranked No. 1 and Port Everglades ranked No. 2 as the busiest ports, based on 2014 statistics. The world’s largest cruise companies are also based here, including Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL),...

How to avoid being tripped up in family legal, financial planning When it comes to estate planning, sometimes the most obvious things can be overlooked – like forgetting to consider whether your ex-spouse should be your health care surrogate, says James A. Ballerano Jr, an attorney...

Powered by SATO Global Solutions helps businesses gain insight and customer engagement SATO Global Solutions (SGS), led by President Mike Beedles, is creating a buzz in South Florida by integrating hardware and software to let clients make insightful data-driven decisions. In the world of the Internet of Things...