June 26, 2022
Florida Business News

Judge gives final approval to ‘remarkable’ $1 billion Surfside settlement

One day before the one-year anniversary of the Surfside condominium collapse that killed 98 people, a judge gave final approval to a $1 billion settlement of the second-largest class-action lawsuit in Florida history.

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State of the market: Sales slow, prices rise as real estate market starts to shift

Closed sales have gone down in Florida, with more inventory coming back to the market, signaling a potential shift in what has been a two-year housing boom.

Ken Griffin moving hedge fund headquarters from Chicago to Miami

Citadel, the $51 billion hedge fund founded by Ken Griffin, is moving its global headquarters to Miami from Chicago.

Darden Restaurants raises prices but keeps hikes below inflation rate

It’s costing diners more to eat at Olive Garden and other Darden Restaurants chains, but the Orlando-based company says it’s not raising prices to match inflation completely.

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