Glozal Group is offering a free $70,000 Tesla Model S with dedicated parking space and built-in charger with each of the multimillion-dollar condos at Z Palm Beach Residences.
Emboldened by the reelection of Gov. Rick Scott, city governments are now balking at an overhaul of police and firefighter pensions that they supported during last year's legislative session.
Florida developer Glenn Straub, in line to buy Atlantic City's former Revel casino hotel, is threatening to walk away from the deal if a court ruling goes against him.
Jeff Greene, who amassed a multibillion dollar fortune betting against subprime mortgage securities, says the U.S. faces a jobs crisis that will cause social unrest and radical politics.
President Barack Obama pledged to veto any legislation that weakens new curbs on Wall Street as banks and the Republican-led Congress increasingly seek to roll back the Dodd-Frank financial-regulation law.
Standard & Poor's agreed to pay $19 million and halt part of its commercial-mortgage bond business for a year to settle claims by two states that it altered its criteria for rating eight deals to win business.
Wall Street banks struggling with recently defanged currency-trading desks have found a surprising ally: high-frequency traders.
The $400 million of cumulative losses that Citigroup Inc., Deutsche Bank AG and Barclays Plc are said to have suffered from the Swiss central bank's decision to end the cap on the franc may be followed by others in coming days.