In case you hadn't heard, Florida's texting while driving ban went into effect today. But, as it stands, the law is kinda hard to enforce. But, on the day everything became official, Democrats and Republicans are coming together to call for a tougher law -- one that actually makes a difference. S ... More >>
flickr.com A message in spray paint over rust. I expected that, after several extensions, the highly controversial (Obama supporters would say "successful") "Cash for Clunkers" government incentive program would close with the riotous thunder of salesmen and car shoppers ... More >>
Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation, which has been battered by the recession like the rest of the auto industry, will have a majority shareholder -- ELS Investment Inc. That's Eddie Lampert, a financier who's made his billions by identifying companies who have ruined their potential through mismanagem ... More >>
Hey, sorry for not keeping the pump primed on this thing. Deep into one of those cover stories we do. But I do want to share with you my holiday card (holy shiite, this year flew by, eh?). It's from my stock broker. Happy holidays, folks. [Also, on a related note, the SunSentinel proclaims tod ... More >>
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Fairway for Investors, Dead End for You
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Hustle and Fame
The Fitness Co.
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Folks at Happy Times get the news just like the prez: with the ugly
A hospital exec takes on the health care mafia and an ER deal involving an accused thief and a couple of insiders
Anybody but Wayne Huizenga's Maroone, says one unhappy buyer
The Fitness Co.
Fort Lauderdale is hell-bent on becoming a rich boomer bore town
The Second Annual Florida Conference on Diversity and Disparity
Bob Horvath was the ultimate company man for GM and sold their cars for 40 years. The thanks he got? The auto giant put him out of business.
Isn't selling cars for Republic Industries hard enough without your boss cracking racist jokes all the time?