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SFBJ's 2017 South Florida Ultimate CEO Awards honorees

By: No Author
Date: April 17, 2017
We’re proud to announce that our President & CEO Andrew Duffell has been honored as a South Florida Ultimate CEO! Congratulations to all the leaders recognized.
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SFBJ's 2017 South Florida Ultimate CEO Awards honorees

“We wish to congratulate MobileHelp on earning this designation as the company with the best overall consumer score in the medical alert industry,” said Best Company CEO Jeff Grover.
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MobileHelp© Awarded “Best Overall Consumer Score” in Medical Alert Industry by BestCompany.com

Spanish River Boulevard I-95 interchange nearing completion.

By: Wayne K. Roustan
Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: April 3, 2017
Once done, the long-anticipated interchange should help solve some of Boca Raton's worst traffic problems.
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Spanish River Boulevard I-95 interchange nearing completion.

There’s never been a better time to live la vida Boca

By: Beth Landman
Source: New York Post
Date: March 28, 2017
“Boca is going through a renaissance, the way Delray did years ago.’’
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There’s never been a better time to live la vida Boca

Modernizing Medicine awarded Top Business of the Year

By: No Author
Date: March 27, 2017
The Top Entrepreneurial Awards program recognizes South Florida’s innovative and top performing businesses and individuals, while celebrating the region’s entrepreneurial spirit and rich cultural diversity.
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Modernizing Medicine awarded Top Business of the Year

Visa reforms threaten to narrow tech talent pool

By: Debora Lima
Source: South Florida Business Journal
Date: March 27, 2017
Asked what changes would be favorable and positive, business leaders offer various suggestions. Some, like Swindell, say visa programs such as H-1B should prioritize individuals who are highly skilled, instead of giving preference to prospective H-1B visa holders who have families that would move to the U.S. alongside them, bringing added tax revenue.
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Visa reforms threaten to narrow tech talent pool

FAU's undergrad research helps enhance nation's workforce.

By: John Kelly
Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: March 14, 2017
It is indeed possible that a culture of creative inquiry can be built within a college or university through faculty led, student-based research, and such is the culture at FAU.
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FAU's undergrad research helps enhance nation's workforce.

eMerge Americas unveils plans for 2017 Startup Showcase

By: Nancy Dahlberg
Source: Miami Herald
Date: March 14, 2017
The tech conference will return June 12-13 to Miami Beach Convention Center with a packed agenda of speakers and an active expo floor.
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eMerge Americas unveils plans for 2017 Startup Showcase

New FAU medical dean Boiselle aims to boost research

By: Brian Bandell
Source: South Florida Business Journal
Date: March 13, 2017
FAU hopes to raise its profile as a medical research university and capitalize on partnerships with the Scripps Research Institute and Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, which are both located on its Jupiter campus.
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New FAU medical dean Boiselle aims to boost research

Five Industries That Will Eliminate Legacy Issues Using AI

By: Alan O'Herlihy
Source: Forbes
Date: March 2, 2017
Recognizing that there's a wealth of medical knowledge available—but that humans can’t possibly access it all in short timeframes—newer tech solutions are using AI to quickly search large databases, such as Modernizing Medicine
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Five Industries That Will Eliminate Legacy Issues Using AI