The fight over the future of gambling in Florida is heating up — as the Seminole Tribe of Florida squares off against the Las Vegas Sands Corp in a legal battle over expanding gambling rights to pari-mutuel operators in North Florida.
The Triangle’s real estate market remains robust, with a number of multifamily projects and deals currently underway or recently completed.
Last year wasn’t a normal year for educators but universities in Charlotte have proven they have the adaptability and resilience not only to mitigate the most pressing challenges of the pandemic but to grow in the midst of uncertainty. In 2022, although safety remains a priority, leaders are focused on bringing students back to in-person learning while re-introducing extracurricular activities like athletics and student clubs. With new programs, renovated campuses and an eager faculty, local universities are ready for a long-overdue return to classes and, especially, to some semblance of normalcy.
While 2020 brought circumstances that no one could have foreseen and 2021 saw the proverbial deck reshuffled as businesses reassessed strategies, 2022 has ushered in a heightened sense of optimism in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region. Speaking with Invest:, regional leaders shared their outlook and priorities for 2022 and beyond.
Miami’s housing market continues to boom into 2022, with everything from apartment rentals to purchases of luxury homes seeing all-time highs, despite a lack of available space and escalating prices.
What do higher education, professional services, healthcare, and construction in New Jersey all have in common? They are all engaging with one megatrend: diversity, equity, and inclusion. Invest: spoke with key leaders in New Jersey’s most prominent industries about the importance that promoting DEI plays, and will continue to play, for their businesses and the economy.