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Engineering company promotes leader as firm expands

Michael Ryan has been with Universal Engineering Sciences for over 11 years.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Real estate industry: confidence is high

In some markets in the region, the power has shifted to the buyer — hello, more inventory. But from Naples to Tampa, real estate agents ooze optimism.  

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by: Business Observer
Development-Construction

Hospital system leaders resign over controversial program

Primary care physicians and residents took their opposition to NCH Healthcare’s hospitalist program to the streets of Naples , resulting in the resignations of CEO and chief of staff.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Wide-format graphics franchise opens in area

SpeedPro Imaging in Sarasota is owned and operated by Steve Rowe.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Airport records a big month and year

Southwest Florida International Airport shatters December and annual passenger totals. 

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Hospital breaks ground on $27 million oncology center

Sarasota Memorial's radiation oncology center is expected to opens in summer 2020.   

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Engineering firm opens new office, makes key hire

Waldrop Engineering expands physical footprint in Fort Myers, adds principal planner to Bonita Springs headquarters.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Federation announces board lineup

Lauren Fineman, Mary Gratehouse, Bob Israeloff, David Millstone and Mel Taub are new members of the Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee's board of directors.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Multi-state financial services firm makes local promotion

Rehmann names Yamirka Suyi advisory and tax senior in its Bonita Springs office.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Finding kitchens for ugly food

New company specializes in reducing food waste by delivering less-than-perfect looking produce to Southwest Florida customers.

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by: Business Observer
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