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Orlando-based Dynamic Attractions to build 9 attractions for Chinese firm

A company in China has hired an Orlando firm to build rides for some of its newest theme parks. Jialong Parks, which has parks under development in five cities in China, signed...

Boeing to relocate Space and Launch division HQ to Titusville

After six decades of developing a presence in Florida's coastal region, billion-dollar aerospace giant Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) announced it will relocate its Space and Launch division to Titusville from Arlington,...

Boeing is moving its Space and Launch headquarters to Florida’s Space Coast

The Space Coast has been working for years to become a one-stop-shop for space-related operations — not just launches — and Boeing has taken notice. The aerospace company announced Wednesday that it...

Blue Origin’s added $1B investment to boost commercial space industry

Blue Origin’s latest activity is a good sign for launches on Florida’s Space Coast. The Kent, Washington-based firm founded by billionaire Jeff Bezos on June 11 announced it’s planning $1 billion in...

Magic Leap sues former employee who launched own wearable computer glasses

The technology company Magic Leap is on the legal warpath again. The Plantation business, which has raised more than $2 billion from investors, has sued former employee Chi Xu, who founded a Chinese company...

AT&T-backed startup secures crowdfunding investment from NFL player

Ricardo Allen, a free safety for the Atlanta Falcons, has provided an assist to Miami-based startup Caribu in its latest funding efforts. CEO Maxeme Tuchman confirmed with the Business Journal that Allen...

Downtown views, top tech tools: How this cybersecurity firm keeps its workers happy

Fortress Information Security LLC boasts a collaborative, diverse workforce that allows adds a different perspective to the tech industry. The Orlando-based firm uses proprietary technology to provide cybersecurity services for critical infrastructure...

St. Pete tech company closes $2.5 million funding round

SavvyPhone LLC has fresh capital for growth. The company, which does business as SavvyCard, raised $2.5 million, said co-founder and CEO David Etheredge. SavvyCard will use the new capital primarily for sales...

EY Entrepreneur of the Year among the local leaders speaking out on tariffs

Crystal Morris, president and CEO of Gator Cases Inc. in Lutz, is one of at least a half-dozen local business leaders asking for relief from 25 percent ad valorem tariffs on...

SavvyCard gets $1.5 million investment

St. Petersburg startup SavvyCard has secured yet another million in its latest funding round. SavvyPhone LLC, the tech LLC which oversees SavvyCard, received $1.5 million late last week, according to U.S. Securities...
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