Friday, August 18, 2017

Modernizing Medicine to add 800 jobs in county’s biggest corporate expansion since 2009

In the largest corporate expansion deal Palm Beach County has seen since 2009, Boca Raton health care technology company Modernizing Medicine has pledged to hire more than 800 new employees and...

Modernizing Medicine to add 838 jobs, double office space

Health-tech company Modernizing Medicine announced on Thursday that it will be expanding, creating more than 800 new jobs and doubling its office space in Boca Raton. Modernizing Medicine currently employs about 550 people and...

South Florida markets in top 5 for tech growth, CBRE report says

The Fort Lauderdale area ranked No. 2 and the Miami ranked No. 4 on CBRE’s list of tech talent momentum markets, a measurement of the change in tech job growth. As part...

Tampa tech labor pool growing at a fast pace, report shows

The technology labor pool in the Tampa metro area is growing at a faster pace than nearly every other community in the United States. The Tampa metro added 16,140 tech workers between...

Cape Coral, Fort Myers tops in drawing young startups

The Cape Coral/Fort Myers region is one of the best in the country for young business owners, according to a MoneyRates survey released today. It's no surprise to millennial businessman and Cape...

Italian company launches S. Fla. office to leverage diverse local talent pool

An Italy-based provider of music production technology is expanding its international footprint with offices in South Florida to leverage the region’s diverse talent pool. IK Multimedia, headquartered in Modena, Italy, has opened...

These 8 firms want to hire hundreds of Orlando engineers

Defense firms aren't the only companies hiring a slew of software engineers in Central Florida. Companies like Apple Inc., The Walt Disney Co., NBCUniversal and more all are hiring workers in the field of...

South Florida IT industry gets a boost from new training bootcamp

Miami-Dade County Public Schools and a local nonprofit organization are teaming up to increase the talent pool of South Florida’s information technology industry. MDCPS and the South Florida division of employment services...

Company that makes lights for running shoes to create 114 jobs

An Orlando-based company that makes headlights for shoes plans to build up its executive board and hire dozens of workers within three years amid its projection for major sales numbers. Doug Storer,...

Tech tug o’ war: Lockheed Martin, EA Tiburon leaders share challenges on finding talent

When Robin Adams graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2013 with a software engineering degree, she experienced something that many other new college grads — even today — couldn’t fathom: She had multiple...
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