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Student Journalists Wanted: Internships available with The Seminole Source

Digital Media & Journalism internships are available for three to six month, or one year opportunities Thank you for your interest in working with The...

Publix expands COVID-19 vaccine offerings as Florida ramps-up inoculations for seniors

By John Haughey of The Center Square Pharmacies in 105 Publix grocery stores across Florida each will offer between 100 and 125 COVID-19 vaccine inoculations a...

Can Florida’s Business Economy Bounce Back in 2021?

Florida's housing market saw more overall sales, higher median prices, and even an increase in listings state-wide. In 2020, sales were up by 27%...

Can employers require workers to take the COVID-19 vaccine? 6 questions...

By Ana Santos Rutschman, Assistant Professor of Law, Saint Louis University The Conversation Editor’s note: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency in charge...

The power of emojis: How a 🤯 or a 👏🏽 in...

By Ethan Pancer, Associate Professor of Marketing, Saint Mary’s University and Lindsay McShane, Associate professor, Marketing, Carleton University The restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic...

Central Florida Zoo shares how you can help zoos during COVID-19

From the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens Newsroom COVID-19 impacted businesses, attractions, and families around the world. While many faced layoffs, reduced hours, or...

Agricultural cost-share offered to farmers, growers and ranchers – application deadline...

During the past six years, ag projects have benefited from nearly $12.5 million in Districtwide Cost-Share dollars From the St. Johns River Water Management District The...

How a real-life monopoly made Monopoly the world’s biggest board game

Monopoly now accounts for nearly one-third of all global board game sales, largely thanks to Hasbro’s own expansion strategy.   By Mark Dent, The Hustle On New Year’s...

Florida Chamber, business groups want to cut rising unemployment tax

The 0.1% unemployment tax rate, or $7 per employee, that most Florida businesses pay will nearly triple to $20.30 for each worker under the...

The 3 P’s of burnout

How to use priorities, positive constraints, and psychology to do more while working less By Ethan Brooks, The Hustle Meet Bob. Like you, Bob thinks his job...