Palm Beach News Digest
►EisnerAmper, an accounting and business advisory services firm, will open a new office in West Palm Beach.
►Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center, where sisters Serena and Venus Williams have trained, will build a new clubhouse.
►International nonprofit organization Gift of Life Marrow Registry is moving its headquarters to the Park at Broken Sound in Boca Raton.
►Celsius Holdings, a Boca Raton-based fitness beverage company, named Edwin Negron Carballo as its new CFO.
►Modernizing Medicine named Joe Harpaz, formerly a managing director at Thomson Reuters, as its new president and chief operating officer.
►The Breakers’ executive banquets chef Jeff Simms was inducted into The Honorable Order of the Golden Toque, an international culinary organization with 100 lifetime members.
►The American Real Estate Society named its new president, Ken Johnson, who is the associate dean of graduate programs and a finance professor at Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business.
►Jupiter Medical Center named Thomas R. Schoenig as its new chief information officer.
►Billionaire Ken Griffin bestowed a $20-million gift to the Norton Museum.
►President Donald Trump plans to nominate interior designer Carleton Varney, owner of Dorothy Draper & Co., to serve on the National Council on the Arts.
►Military helicopter division Sikorsky Aircraft of Lockheed Martin will lay off 500 employees as the company undergoes restructuring.
►Boca Raton-based the Geo Group, a private prison and detention center operator, received a modified government contract to house undocumented immigrants.
►West Palm Beach-based real estate investment firm McCraney Property Company signed a lease for NFI, one of Amazon’s third-party logistics service providers, in an industrial park in Charlotte, South Carolina.