September 22, 2023

Wednesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 11/23/2022

› Global financial firm to open office in Miami Beach
Another financial services company is slated to open an office in Miami Beach. New York-based BTIG is moving into the Starwood Headquarters building at 2340 Collins Avenue on Nov. 30.

› Glazers will consider selling Manchester United
The family, which also owns the Bucs, announces on the soccer team’s website that it is exploring ways to enhance the growth of the Premier League team. The Glazer family, which owns the Bucs, confirmed Tuesday that it would consider selling the Manchester United Football Club after 17 years.

› Did you know? 7 interesting facts about wild turkeys in Florida
It's that time of year again. Time to talk turkey. While it's the alligator that is the king of creatures big and small in the Sunshine State, other popular wildlife in Florida include dolphins, crocodiles, manatees, snakes, turtles, panthers, black bears and dozens of bird species like pelicans or flamingos. But let's not forget about the wild turkey.

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