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New franchise makes its way into the Florida market

Orlando, Florida, is about to experience a new fast food experience with the opening of a Cousins Subs. The Wisconsin-based franchise announced that they have come to terms with a franchisee that will be opening the first store in the state in 2012.

Florida's commercial real estate market making slow recovery

It could be because it's an election year or the economy is slowly starting to rebound, but the outlook for Florida's commercial real estate market is improving according to a survey conducted by the University of Florida.

Florida Department of Education grant dispute resolved this week

Compromise can describe how a contract dispute was resolved by the Florida Department of Education this week. With the resolution, two companies will benefit from work tied to the state's Race to the Top grant program.

Florida company ready to expand concept through franchising

It's amazing the amount of new ideas that are brought to market by creative people looking to make a living. Last week another idea will be expanded in the Florida market and the company is also announcing franchising opportunities for those willing to make an investment and that love the concept.

Florida teacher union not happy with mediator's ruling

Contract disputes can be complicated especially when they affect the education of our children. This is the case of a contract dispute with Brevard Public School teachers in Florida and their school board. The Brevard Federation of Teachers is not happy with the recommendations made by a mediator brought in after an impasse in negotiations. Both the union and the school district have now decided to present their cases at a hearing where the school board will act as judge.

Charter school disputing district contract

Contract disputes involving schools typically get a lot of attention because it directly affects the parents of the children that attend the school. The parents want the best possible education for their children and that means great teachers and reasonable classroom sizes. A charter school in Tallahassee, Florida, is disputing the contract from Leon County Schools.

Florida has largest entrepreneurial growth

While the economy is making a slow recovery, some of the rebound could be attributed to entrepreneurs. A recent study by the Kauffman Foundation, reports that Florida had the largest increase in entrepreneurial activity over the past decade. This is great news for those seeking employment because startup companies are important for economic growth as most new jobs are created by companies that are less than five years old.

Investor planning to auction 25 Florida properties

With the Florida commercial real estate market making a slow recovery, some investors are taking advantage of the upswing to sell their investments. Odyssey Entities LLC has decided to take advantage of the commercial real estate market and auction Lakeland's Palm Center in order to return money to investors.

Firefighter contract dispute has no end in sight

A contract dispute dating back to 2006 with Daytona Beach, Florida, firefighters is back in the spotlight again as city commissioners have rejected firefighters' preferences in the contract proposal that they presented. This contract dispute looks like it will continue to be unresolved.

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