- Boy was with other kids in room when gun went off, killing him
7-year-old child Breyson Plummer has died after being shot in the head
- Here is when the Lightning will start training camp, playoff tournament
After over 100 days since it paused its season because of Covid-19, the NHL officially has target dates set for the resumption of training camp
- Fisher Brothers inks 30,000 s/f lease with wealth manager
Fisher Brothers announced the completion of a 30,000 s/f , long term lease with BBR Partners, LLC. The wealth management firm will occupy the entire
- Emergent signs $480M manufacturing deal with Johnson & Johnson for Covid-19 vaccine
Emergent BioSolutions Inc. said Monday it has signed a five-year agreement with Johnson & Johnson to manufacture its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, just a couple of
- Montgomery County eyes property tax breaks for projects on Metro-owned sites
Lawmakers hope to incentivize the construction of more housing around transit stations.
- USF department brings digital life to Florida Holocaust Museum artifacts
The Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg and the University of South Florida have joined forces to use technology that will highlight the museum’s artifacts
- Former Engility CEO returns to run new firm spun out of SAIC. He’s got big plans.
Former Engility president and CEO Tony Smeraglinolo will helm the stand-up of Sincerus Global Solutions Inc. — and he’s already eyeing new markets and some
- Business accelerates in Orlando for home sales tech firms
These types of companies have flourished even as local demand for houses has dwindled.
- BFC Partners planning Staten Island rental development
Ariel Property Advisors announced BFC Partners’ acquisition of 27-31 Wave Street in the Stapleton neighborhood of Staten Island for $2,150,000. Sean R. Kelly represented BFC
- Luxury Beverly Hills hotel is latest Jho Low property feds look to unload
Jho Low, the Viceroy L’Ermitage In March, the federal government sold a 13,000-square-foot mansion in the exclusive Bird Streets neighborhood that once belonged to Malaysian
- DXC subsidiary Xchanging hit with ransomware attack
A DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) subsidiary has experienced a ransomware attack on some of its systems, the Tysons tech firm disclosed Monday. Xchanging is a
- Unicorp updates groundbreaking details for Orlando Fashion Square mall redevelopment
The shopping center, which opened in 1973, was in its prime in the 1980s and ’90s, but since has seen a decline.
- Rocket Lab investigating what went wrong with 13th launch
Rocket Lab USA Inc. experienced some bad luck with the 13th launch of its Electron rocket, reporting an anomaly that resulted in the complete loss
- TRD Insights: Hotel CMBS delinquencies jumped in June
Hotels’ occupancy rates have been rising, but their loan troubles are through the roof. Hotel delinquencies among commercial mortgage-backed security (CMBS) loans rated by Kroll
- Former LA Building Dept. official alleges he was fired for reporting fraud
Raymond Chan and Osama Younan A former city Department of Building and Safety official claims he was fired for reporting fraud and other misconduct at
- Prominent lawyer, former state legislator Alan Becker dies
Becker & Poliakoff co-founder Alan Becker died July 4 after a battle with cancer. He was 74. He, along with Gary Poliakoff, founded the law
- Coronavirus isn’t scaring some Trump supporters away from his Republican convention in Florida
Donald Trump moved most of the late-August Republican National Convention from Charlotte, N.C., to Jacksonville last month, after he couldn’t get assurances from North Carolina
- Cruise giants partner to create health advisory panel
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. teamed up to form an advisory council to establish new health and safety standards onboard
- REITs: A crystal ball for NYC’s commercial real estate
How quickly will New York City recover from the pandemic’s jiu jitsu move that uses the city’s greatest strengths against it? The answer may lie
- Hotel owners are shooting for the stars – in terms of their delinquencies on CMBS debt, that is.
The threat of eviction hangs heavily above immigrant families who have lost work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. (Getty) Fearing homelessness and deportation,
- Jonathan Sackler, co-owner of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, dies
Jonathan Sackler, one of the owners of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, has died, the company confirmed.
- Alterra lands $120M loan to build mixed-use PA project
Lionheart Strategic Management, an affiliate of Fisher Brothers that manages capital on behalf of third party investors, announces the closing of a $120 million loan
- Uber acquires Postmates for $2.65B
Uber Technologies and Postmates Inc. announced that they have reached a definitive agreement under which Uber will acquire Postmates for approximately $2.65 billion in an
- Medical device company moves operations to Research Park at FAU, seeks partners
The company opened its a national training center at the new facility.
- BREAKING: Restaurants, gyms to close again in Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez is ordering restaurants to close their dining rooms effective Wednesday, marking a major blow to the struggling industry. Gyms, fitness