A legal team at Holland & Knight arranged the $30 million sale of Miami Seaquarium for seller Wometco Enterprises.
Money managers in the municipal market are adding analysts at the slowest pace since before the financial crisis, a sign research staffs are able to manage the volatility stemming from beleaguered Puerto Rico.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has collected at least $650,000 in campaign contributions from recipients of tax credits to redevelop industrial sites during the past four years.
The NCAA agreed to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.
JPMorgan Chase agreed to sell about $1.3 billion of loans and securities to Sankaty Advisors LLC as the largest U.S. bank pares back non-essential holdings.
Banks are handing out mortgages of as much as $10 million to the wealthy in record numbers while first-time homebuyers struggle to get loans.
A delegation is traveling from Argentina to New York to meet a court-appointed mediator a day before a deadline for paying bondholders $539 million.
Worries that the U.S. Supreme Court would issue another ruling to impede the pleading or proving of securities fraud cases has dissipated as justices unanimously rejected an attack on Basic v. Levinson for the fraud-on-the-market presumption of reliance on misrepresentations at class certification, writes attorney Charles Lichtman.
The new CEO of Red Lobster announces an end to steep discounting, but some popular promotions will stay.
Zillow has agreed to purchase rival Trulia in a $3.5 billion stock deal that makes the combined entity the largest online real estate advertising company.
Bankia, the nationalized lender that Spain's government is selling back to investors in a sign of the country's recovery, said profit more than doubled as revenue rose and bad loans and costs fell.
Fork & Balls, the newest creation of Fort Lauderdale restaurant empresario Tim Petrillo, is the first to bring the latest restaurant trend of meatballs to South Florida.
The head of Wal-Mart's Asian business is replacing Bill Simon, who served four years.
Shares of United Continental Holdings jumped on the news that earnings beat Wall Street estimates.
U.S. unemployment aid applications fell last week to 284,000, a pre-recession bottom.
The company also set records for passenger fares per mile and the percentage of seats sold on its planes.
Automaker chalks up a record profit in North America and makes money in Europe for the first time in three years.
The air carrier plans to share some of its gains with shareholders.
Quarterly net income is down 85 percent in the worst recall crisis in the automaker's history.
Regulators prepared to vote to end a longtime staple of the investment industry—the fixed $1 share price for money-market mutual funds—at least for some money funds used by big investors.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist announced that his running mate would be Annette Taddeo, chairwoman of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party and a political consultant's dream: a Hispanic working mom who runs a successful small business and hosted her own show, Taddeo2Day, on CNN Latino.
ConocoPhillips estimates that an employee could retire at 60 after 35 years of service with savings of $3.8 million.