From furnishings to fireplaces, Twin-Star International has the Florida home accessories market covered as the company expands its Delray Beach corporate headquarters to embrace ongoing growth, with a renewed commitment to its location through 2020.
The New York boutique law firm of Jacob, Medinger & Finnegan LLP has joined Fort Lauderdale’s Greenspoon Marder to bolster its corporate, securities and real estate arms, the company announced today from its Florida base.
Odyssey Marine Exploration, a deep-sea exploration enterprise, has inked an agreement with Epsilon Acquisitions LLC for a $3 million, one-year, interest-bearing convertible loan, along with related contracts, the company recently announced from its Tampa headquarters.
Lynn University athletes will sport adidas footwear, apparel and accessories as part of a contract between the famous footwear maker and the school’s NCAA Division II “Fighting Knights,” the university announced today in Boca Raton.
Orlando’s CSI Specialty Group recently announced its specialty pharmacy development expansion for health care systems and facilities throughout Florida and nationwide in its recent trend toward active collaboration with clients.
Walter Investment Management Corp., a prominent Florida mortgage banking firm, recently divulged a board-approved change in classification that will impact every single member sitting on its board of directors from its headquarters in Tampa.
The City of Waldo seeks citizen input for alternative uses of the now-closed Waldo Community School — a longtime local landmark owned by Alachua County’s school board boasting recent maintenance upgrades, kitchen space and meeting facilities.
Citizens Financial Group recently welcomed certified wealth strategist and financial expert Nathan Adams as its newest team member recently in Lake Wales, Florida as an Infinex Financial Advisor for the Citizens Bank & Trust subsidiary.
Florida-based MagneGas Corp., holder of a patent for converting liquid waste into fuel, recently moved into its new headquarters just outside of Tampa with an accessible location and enhanced space for customer demonstration and production.
TALLAHASSEE – The Daubert Standard may have been passed into Florida law just less than three years ago, but the decision to replace the Frye Standard with it remains highly contested among Florida attorneys, and the Florida Supreme Court will have the final say.
Just over half of Florida’s small businesses plan to hire new personnel in the next six months, but entrepreneurs remain concerned about workforce availability and the general economic climate, the Florida Chamber of Commerce reported recently in Tallahassee.
National firm McGlinchey Stafford PLLC today announced that Mahra Sarofsky has joined its Fort Lauderdale office to serve as “Of Counsel” for commercial litigation work based on her expertise in real estate, credit and bankruptcy matters.