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Brevard County: Business news - Beaches
Bertram Yacht appoints new HR senior director As part of the continued efforts to build an organization with some of the best talent in the boating industry, Bertram Yacht has appointed Doug Reed as senior director of human resources. Mr. Reed brings more than 30 years of human resources experience and has a proven track record in the developmen......
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Indian River County: Ship, save, donate to charity on Sept. 28, 29
VERO BEACH - Take care of shipping, copying, ink and toner and more on Sept. 28 and Sept. 29 and help support local charities. For the second year in a row, Postal Connections is celebrating its anniversary by donating 100 percent of net profits from those days to local charities through the Vero Beach Christian Business Assoc......
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Martin County: Jewelry store combines low prices, great service
STUART - An upswing in business in the last year is proof to administrators of Miracle Jewelry Exchange that the Stuart company is on the right track. Known for its low prices, and specials such as 99 cent watch batteries, the store revamped its staff in recent months to gain in-house expertise and set itself apar......
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St. Lucie County: Antiques mall offers something for everyone
FORT PIERCE - Row after row, booth after booth, of everything from artwork to glass to furniture awaits customers at the Vienna Trading Antique Mall, one of the newest antique destinations in St. Lucie County. "We opened on May 1," said Elizabeth Mendez, one of the owners of the store. "We've had a really, ......
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Volusia County: Persistent unemployment problematic
The persistent problem of unemployment didn't go away in August in Volusia County. While the unemployment rate dropped to 9.1 percent from 9.5 percent in July and 11 percent in August 2011, the cause was people dropping out of the workforce, figures from the state labor department show. The workforce was at ......
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