Galleria project one of first in state to seek LEED Neighborhood status By Kevin Gale The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale is not only adding residential towers, but it’s creating eight acres of park-like space, which builds on a lifestyle movement that started with the addition of restaurants...

By Martin Lenkowsky Miami-Dade County resident Lou Schmitt almost paid the ultimate price for neglecting her health and ignoring her own glaring cardiac risk factors Schmitt, 61, had a stressful job overseeing all the occupational and physical therapists in the Miami-Dade school system. She became too preoccupied...

Startup conference offers educational sessions, helps connect entrepreneurs, investors By Kevin Gale Doctors often have patients who cancel at the last minute or don’t show up, while other would-be patients are eagerly seeking a quickly available appointment. Brian Garr’s Doc-Quick wants to solve that with a matchmaking...

Rachel Sapoznik crusades to change how we think about health care and insurance Rachel A. Sapoznik is the founder, CEO and president of Sapoznik Insurance, a premier employee benefit and wellness solutions agency focused on education, health care and advocacy. She founded Sapoznik Insurance in 1987...

Green fleet pays off for City Furniture City Furniture says that the cost savings from trucks that can run on compressed natural gas (CNG) are a key part of its strategy to expand to Orlando this year and to Tampa by 2018. The nation’s 30th-largest furniture retailer...

Taking a measured approach to corporate minutes can minimize potential legal hazards and maximize regulatory compliance By Kevin Gale Consider minutes as the instant replay of the corporate boardroom. Let’s say two companies merged and somebody files a suit about why directors should have rejected it. Attorney...