Two women entrepreneurs turned their hobbies into eco-friendly businesses
Metro | Business
We’ve all heard the horror stories of the drug dealers, the womanizers, the slobs, the weird pet owners and the thieves. Roommates are like snowflakes; they come in all shapes and sizes. Unlike snowflakes, however, roommates get a bad rap and aren’t always viewed as special and valuable. This column is going to dispute the negative outlook most people have toward their roommate or roommates, in general. Even if you end up hating your roommate, there is no denying roommates teach you valuable lessons. They’re essential to the college experience, and everyone should have at least one roommate during their undergraduate years.
When Andres Andrade arrived to Brazil in 2013, the then 26-year-old never imagined that four years later he would be one of the country’s most successful businessmen.
Gainesville was recently named one of the top cities in which to start a new business, and it may have UF and Santa Fe College to thank.
Gainesville will get its first LongHorn Steakhouse on Monday.
Punk-rock quartet Abandon the Midwest is returning to Gainesville tonight, and if you’re lucky, you might catch them throwing the occasional beer can at one another.
While the rise of the Internet has empowered customers, businesses have had to modify how they interact with consumers to fit the trend.
A Gainesville man who ran away after reportedly breaking into an apartment Wednesday night was arrested Friday afternoon.
Charity is an incredible thing. It’s a way for us to show we care for one another, and it provides resources and aid to those in need both domestically and internationally. It has changed the lives of thousands every year, from building homes for Hurricane Katrina victims in 2005 to providing medical care to Ebola virus patients in West Africa in 2014.