Top articles of the week from March 29 to April 2

Top articles of the week from March 29 to April 2

2021-04-02T19:10:41+00:00April 2nd, 2021|Uncategorized|

 

Roy Cooper

March 29th, 2021

1. opens in a new windowGov. Cooper lays out vision for state’s recovery, long-term future

Could a more than $55 billion budget over the next two years help the Tar Heel state not only recover from the pandemic but also position North Carolina for long-term success in a post-COVID future? North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper believes so.

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Seminole State College

March 30th, 2021

2. opens in a new windowOrlando’s top-tier education system promotes economic success

Education is a cornerstone of life and Orlando, known as a hotspot of tourism in Florida, is also known for its top-tier education system. From K-12 to higher education, the Greater Orlando area has a variety of renowned educational institutions, which means a strong talent pipeline for businesses and a world of opportunity for students.

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West Palm Beach Downtown Development

March 30th, 2021

3. opens in a new windowPalm Beach: More than a temporary playground

Palm Beach’s newest high-profile resident is the fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger, who just paid $9 million for a new house in the North End after less than two months on the market.

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City of Miami

March 31, 2021

4. opens in a new windowThe rise of the Magic City as a tech hub

Is the Magic City evolving into a national magnet for technology companies and investors? All signs point to a resounding yes.

What was once a brewing tech scene in Miami and South Florida is now a piping hot phenomenon years in the making, drawing in new and veteran players that range from cryptocurrency experts to investors in some of the world’s most innovative companies.

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Fintech is growing rapidly

April 1st, 2021

5. opens in a new windowFintech is growing rapidly, and banks are adjusting accordingly

Financial technology, or fintech, has revolutionized the banking industry, and its significance has grown substantially as a result of the pandemic. With fewer people going to physical branch locations, more banking is being done online and banks are in competition to provide the most seamless digital experience possible.

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