DynCorp, which has locations in Tampa and other sites throughout the state of Florida, has been just one of the critics of AAR Airlift Group, a controversial transportation contractor hired to fly U.S. diplomats, representatives and cabinet members to dangerous locations.
Clearwater-based MagneGas Corp. has received recognition by a trade publication for its green gases and advances in technology as the company reports 50 percent growth over the past year and record sales, according to a press release.
Following a Florida Business Daily report on the controversy surrounding AAR Airlift, a U.S. government contractor tasked with fulfilling a $10 billion contract transporting political figures to the Middle East, AAR Airlift Chairman Don Wetekam wrote a letter responding to what the company called "the inaccurate allegations against us."
Over $5 million in low-interest disaster loans is being made available to Florida businesses and residents affected by Hurricane Irma by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Some Florida lawmakers pushing for a bill to ban hydraulic fracturing are working from unfounded fears, not reason, according to a retired U.S. Army colonel who says the state must allow the continued use of this method of extracting natural gas.
Thomas Howell Ferguson P.A. CPAs has added three new accountants to the firm’s Tallahassee and Tampa offices.
The St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival will host a production of "Julius Caesar" next month at its new location in downtown St. Petersburg.