August 2019 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida's Job Market
The picture is — robust. In the past five years, Florida has added nearly a million jobs.
What the jobs market looks like around the state.
Disney's political spending has grown to more closely match its size.
Shelter from the Storm
A hospital CEO talks about the challenges of facing a direct hit.
Cleveland Clinic and FIU are the latest to scoop up labs that Florida spent millions to recruit.
A USF professor studies what would happen if measles vaccination rates fell in Florida.
A small South Florida drug maker battles the FDA to guard its turf.
CytoSen deal could be worth $70 million.
A discovery by UF researchers provides relief for osteoarthritis patients.
No matter how much vacation time I have, I always seem to leave plenty on the table at the end of the year.
Rise and Dine
Breakfast out is Florida’s cheapest luxury.
“The NBA is like a nervous breakdown with paychecks.”
Flagler Health is working to make behavioral health services more available and more effective.
Florida's Best Employers
Best Companies to Work For in Florida
The 100 companies that made the cut in our eleventh annual Best Companies To Work For rankings.
Florida Trend asked seven Millennials at Best Companies around the state what they like best about their workplaces.
Profile: Carlos Mignoya
Jackson Health was on pace to lose almost half a billion dollars a year before Carlos Migoya took over in 2011. Since then, annual surpluses have reached as high as $64 million.
A High-Tech Walk Across Florida
Spanning 23 counties across the center of the state, Florida's High-Tech corridor is a national hotspot for cutting-edge technology.
Around the State
Zhan Liang leads a research team exploring the relationship between instrumental playlists and motivation to do recovery exercises.
Bullish on Citrus
One grower sees an opportunity in the post-citrus greening landscape.
Hugh Culverhouse Jr. gets back $26-million pledge to the University of Alabama.
Imec and partners are developing a camera to allow faster detection of invasive Burmese and rock pythons
Filling a Void
Two proposed Vestcor projects will provide workforce housing downtown.
An associate professor at FSU has developed a foam that could provide an advanced cushioning effect in football helmets..
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