March 2017 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
2017 Legislative Preview
Florida's new speaker of the House wields more power than any speaker in decades.
A tighter state budget and promises of spending cuts put pressure on a host of legislative priorities.
Trends & Updates
PEOs & Executive Recruitment
Changes in regulation and federal recognition are giving the industry a boost.
Spotlight on Polk
You probably know Polk County and Lakeland, its biggest city, located between Tampa Bay and Orlando...
Chicken stampedes onto Florida menus — in multiple fried variations.
"After seven generations of circus performers in my family, my parents told me that I didn't have to follow in their footsteps. I just had to try it out for 30 or 40 years."
Meet Florida's new justice.
10 things to know about C. Alan Lawson ...
Time to serve
Want a reminder that Americans remain fundamentally decent and generous? Volunteer.
MBA degree programs at Florida universities attract students from all over the world who like the diversity at the schools and opportunities to interact with local businesspeople.
Businesses, sectors, vital statistics and the voices of central Florida's Polk County.
Around the State
Site Seeing: Consultants eye policy
Site selectors are watching Florida's debate over incentives closely.
Experts predict the Atlantic Ocean will rise two feet by 2060 — putting the western half of Miami beach under water.
Entrepreneur Scott Adams' new venture involves airborne intelligence.
Crossroads for Florida's panthers
Endangered since 1967, Florida's panthers may have reached population equilibrium this year.
Advantage, Lake Nona
The USTA opens its tennis academy, and KPMG announces big plans.
UF is charting its course
UF gets more inclusive with its latest long-term master plan.
Energized industry in Walton County
A once-idle industrial park in Walton County comes to life.
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