Seminole Co. seeks input from residents and business owners on preserving...

From the Seminole County Newsroom Seminole County is inviting residents and business owners to participate in a community meeting with County staff in order to...

How COVID-19 vaccines will get from the factory to your local...

By Bahar Aliakbarian, Research associate professor of supply chain management, Michigan State University Bahar Aliakbarian is an expert in supply chain management in pharmaceuticals and...

Seminole Co. resident and Dean’s Scholar at Rollins offers tips for...

By Cristalle Choi This holiday shopping season in Central Florida will be anything but normal. Earlier this year, a study conducted by the Orlando Economic Partnership...

The economics of Christmas trees

In America, Christmas trees are a multibillion-dollar business. But who’s making the money? By Zachary Crockett, The Hustle On a frosty day in November, Beth Ann...

How COVID-19 Changed the Way We Manage Money

By Urjit Patel The year 2020 has been an active experiment in consumer confidence. Even with new cases of COVID-19 on the rise in the...

How TikTok is upending workplace social media policies – and giving...

By Elizabeth C. Tippett, Associate Professor, School of Law, University of Oregon As the Thanksgiving holiday was winding down, a medical center in Salem, Oregon,...

Event in Oviedo with TEDx speaker explores: What Can Innovation &...

How to be the change-maker in your business and community From the Central Florida Christian Chamber of Commerce Award-winning TEDx speaker, trainer, and social impact entrepreneur...

Central FL virtual career fair for Veterans this week – employers...

This is a free virtual hiring event for transitioning military personnel, veterans, National Guard members, Reserve members and military spouses. From DAV RecruitMilitary Despite overwhelming worldwide...

Disney to lay off 4,000 more employees than it initially reported

By Nyamekye Daniel |The Center Square The Walt Disney Co. is planning to layoff about 4,000 more employees than it initially reported to the federal...

Economists project mid-2021 turnaround for Florida’s $90B tourism industry

By John Haughey | The Center Square Florida’s $90 billion tourism industry will begin to rebound about mid-2021 with the number of visitors forecast to be...