If playing foosball or basketball on a work break appeals to you, take a look at the new headquarters plans of technology companies e-Builder and TouchSuite. Both growing companies have solid footprints in Florida, but want to look a bit like Silicon Valley to attract new workers. The two companies are investing in new headquarters space and amenities designed to attract new workers.
There have been at least 28 versions of the American flag.
According to legend, the first American flag was made in 1776 by Betsy Ross, a Philadelphia seamstress who was acquainted with George Washington. Continue reading
RMK Merrill-Stevens, Florida’s first shipyard (founded in Jacksonville in 1885 and operating on the Miami River since 1923) will open its newly renovated and upgraded North Yard in 2020. Continue reading
Based on an article in the Miami Herald by James S. Cassel, co-founder and chairman of Cassel Salpeter & Co.
A study by marketing service OutboundEngine found 50 percent of business owners admit to not having a marketing plan. It reports 55 percent of owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) spend less than five percent of annual revenue on marketing, and over 58 percent of SMB owners spent just five hours a week or less on marketing. Continue reading
A pregnant woman is suing American Airlines, claiming she and her emotional support dog were mistreated by a flight attendant on an April trip to Los Angeles, California. Continue reading
Growing agricultural production demands and new disease threats will necessitate a global surveillance system for crop diseases, according to an article in the journal Science. Continue reading
The federal agency that oversees much of the marine environment in the Florida Keys is expected soon to release a widely anticipated report containing proposed rules to protect fish, the coral reef and sea grass. Continue reading
The owner of five hotels in the US has been ordered to pay 30 employees $23,368 after violating overtime laws. Continue reading
The Natural Products Association, thought to be the largest and oldest U.S. nonprofit dedicated to the natural products industry, has filed for bankruptcy protection citing six straight years of losses and an expensive arbitration with a former chief financial officer.