Author name: Samantha Rodriguez

With over 15 years of experience in business journalism, Samantha leads our editorial team with a keen eye for impactful stories and a commitment to journalistic excellence. She specializes in market trends and economic policies.

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EU Leaders Debate Competitiveness Deal to Close Gap with Rivals

European Union leaders on Thursday debated a new “European Competitiveness Deal” aimed at helping the 27-nation bloc close the gap with Chinese and American rivals amid fears the region’s industries will otherwise be left behind for good. In a volatile geopolitical landscape redefined by the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine and increasing tensions in […]

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Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. Stock Soars 16%

Former president Donald Trump’s media company, Trump Media & Technology Group Corp., saw a significant 16% rise in shares on Wednesday, marking a slight recovery from the billions in market value lost since its recent public debut. The company closed at $26.40, up from its previous close at $22.84, following its merger with Digital World

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Florida Governor Honors Senator Bob Graham with Half-Staff Flags

One of Florida’s most influential political figures, former Senator and Governor Bob Graham, recently passed away. In a heartfelt tribute, current Governor Ron DeSantis has announced that flags will be flown at half-staff in honor of the late Governor’s legacy and contributions to the state. This decision was communicated in a memorandum from the Governor’s

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Hack Attack Halts Budget Bills in New York Capital

With help from Shawn Ness New from New York Happening now: A cyberattack roiled the state Capitol amid budget negotiations. Republicans responded to the latest budget deals and its opaqueness. City Hall is facing questions over a new, prominent hire. A deal for a two-year extension of mayoral control is under new scrutiny. DAYS THE

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Legal Reforms Lower “Tort Tax” in Florida

Legal reforms in Florida have significantly reduced the “tort tax,” benefiting residents but challenges like third-party litigation financing and foreign judicial influences remain. Tom Gaitens, Executive Director of CALA Florida, highlighted the decrease in the annual “tort tax” to $1,056 per individual and $4,000 for a family of four. Insurance sector improvements have also been

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Trudeau’s Tax Increase Targets Wealthiest Canadians

Canadian Prime Minister Imposes Higher Taxes on Wealthiest Citizens Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government made a bold move on Tuesday by announcing higher taxes on the wealthiest Canadians as part of the federal budget. The budget proposes to increase the capital gains inclusion rate, affecting the taxable share of profit made on the sale

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Seven Candidates Qualify for Suspended Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill’s Seat

Seven prominent figures in Orlando politics have officially entered the race to fill the seat left vacant by the suspended Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill. The special election scheduled for 21st May will see Erika Dunlap, Tiakeysha Ellison, Lawanna Gelzer, Cameron Hope, Travaris McCurdy, Miles Mulrain, and Shaniqua “Shan” Rose compete for the esteemed position.

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Conceptual Agreement Reached: Budget Talks in New York

New from New York: Budget Negotiations and Black Migrants Amidst the hustle and bustle of New York City, a political storm is brewing as lawmakers clash over the state budget. Governor Kathy Hochul’s claim of a nearly complete budget has sparked controversy, with Republicans expressing dissatisfaction with the proposed deal. The City Council recently held

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