The coronavirus pandemic has hit many companies hard, but Kissimmee-base Tupperware has enjoyed a rebound in profit.
Amazon wants to know more about what you are buying and the company is willing to pay for information.
Florida received an estimated 44,795 first-time unemployment claims during the week that ended October 10th, up from 42,306 in the prior week.
However, the union also announced that they have come to an agreement with Disney that there will be no permanent layoffs.
So far in Florida, only the location in celebration is open for business - with plenty of safety and hygiene upgrades. The owner said he plans to have six of them open by the end of October and ten of them open by the end of the year.
The new testing rule is 'effective immediately worldwide,' said a CLIA exec.
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended its 'No Sail' order for cruise ships through October 31st.
'No cast member goes hungry'
Some renters are still protected under the CDC eviction order.
The Treasury Secretary says a potential coronavirus relief package will include another round of checks for Americans.
However, tourism, travel and retail companies continue to advise the state they are shedding workers.
Florida's unemployment crisis is deepening as The Walt Disney Company announced it plans to lay off 28,000 at its parks in Florida and California.
This is not only good news for consumers but also grocery store chains that had to deal with bare shelves earlier this year.
Empty store shelves were a common sight in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Now stores are stocking up on some items in case there is another wave of COVID-19, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
A massive lawsuit has been filed against Lockheed Martin, claiming the company has dumped toxins into the environment near its Orlando complex.
The first weekend of Phase 3 reopening in Florida brought many crowds to bars. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez believes Gov. Ron DeSantis may have rushed into the final reopening phase.
The lawmakers said that it is time to take action since funds are continuing to run out for unemployment claims.
According to a survey published by the Canadian government in 2018, Canadians spend about 6.5 billion in Florida every year.
The state numbers are well off a peak in April when more than 900,000 claims were filed during a two-week period.
The Better Business Bureau is warning users of Cash App after several consumers reported losing money after calling an alleged fake customer service number they found on Google.