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Orlando's economy is improving, but faces challenges as it moves to break free from the drag of the Great Recession, a panel of business and education experts said at the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando's Hispanic Business Conference on April 12. Comment?
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is staffing up for three new Orlando stores set to open this summer in south and west Orlando, and south of downtown. Comment?
It may not be easy to expand into markets overseas, but the timing is right to make the move, said a panel of exporting business executives at the April 12 Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando's Hispanic Business Conference. Comment?
The international lines at Orlando International Airport could run faster when the U.S. Customs and Border Protection on April 30 switches to a paperless form for travelers from other countries. Comment?
There are some new things brewing at downtown Orlando's 55 West high-rise development. Comment?
On the move? Apparently, more people are headed to St. Louis, according to the annual 2012 U-Haul National Migration Trend Report, drafted by U-Haul International Inc. Comment?
Ken Mattison, president and CEO of Florida Hospital Waterman, announced Thursday he will be stepping down because he is applying for another management position with Waterman's parent company, Adventist Health System, Orlando Sentinel reports. Comment?
Weather: A 50 percent chance of rain on Friday with temperatures reaching 88 degrees. Comment?
Best Buy will open the first in-store Samsung Experience Shop in metro Orlando on Friday at the East Colonial Drive store location, Orlando Sentinel reports. Comment?
Planning on going to Paul McCartney's Out There tour stop at the Amway Center on May 18? Then cross your fingers you'll be able to get tickets when they go on sale today at 10 a.m., as American Express cardholders and followers of McCartney's official website have been able to buy tickets since Tuesday, CF News 13 reports. Comment?
Nibletz, the Memphis-based tech-startup blog, has undergone a leadership change in the wake of legal challenges arising from unpaid prize money. Comment?
You might notice something different about Orlando Business Journal's website today. Comment?
The Orlando area's housing market is on the mend, but there is still some distress out there - enough to rank the region in the top 3 for both March and this year's first quarter, showed a new report by RealtyTrac Inc. Comment?
Metro Orlando is expected to see growth in some key economic indicators in the coming years, said a study released April 11 from University of Central Florida economist Sean Snaith. Comment?
If it's about Transformers, I have to share it. OrlandoInformer.com, a theme park website and blog, shared a picture on Twitter of Universal's latest maps, which included the new Transformers: The Ride 3-D. The map doesn't share any other details like the much-anticipated opening date, but it shows we are getting closer to finding out. Comment?
Although Hash House A Go Go won't be open to the public until April 16, Orlando's newest eatery is hosting a sneak preview on April 10. Comment?
As Sherlock Holmes once said, "Data, data, data. I can't make bricks without clay." On April 9, insurance company Genworth released the 10th annual Cost of Care Survey. Comment?
The Park Place Apartments and Oviedo on the Park will have 275 units in four buildings on 10 acres. Comment?
President Barack Obama next week will propose spending $100 million to speed up exploration of an asteroid by 2021, U.S. Sen. Comment?
Lynx is about five months away from finding out how much it will cost, and where it will get the money, to improve its bus service on U.S. Highway 192 in Osceola County. Comment?