Metro | Business
Apps and interactive websites took center stage at the second annual Startup Weekend Gainesville, where inventors formed ideas and work teams to make concepts realities.
With his oven burning at temperatures between 800 and 900 degrees Fahrenheit, Tyler Black is hoping to get locals fired up.
A new sign hangs in the storefront window at 1023 West University Ave., confirming that Bella Donna’s has officially closed.
Although the Hough Graduate School of Business was recently ranked by Forbes as a top national business school, students and faculty still see room for improvement.
A resident’s recent complaint about plumbing at the Village Crossing apartment complex could point to larger issues of enforcing law and lease agreements at properties.
As midterms loom, Gainesville coffee shops tend to get more crowded with students who buy one drink and camp out for hours. But it’s often more of an annoyance to students than management.
In 2011, UF alumnus Edward Lavagnino walked into a Sports Authority for a pair of socks and walked out with an idea.
For many entrepreneurs, persuading investors to fund startup companies has always been a struggle, but a federal law that took effect Monday and that’s expected to impact Gainesville, may make it easier.
Don’t let the diminishing unemployment rate fool you. An economic crisis still looms in this country — the same one we were supposed to be out of years ago.
Students looking to save money on a college education can consider swapping conventional classrooms and on-campus housing for an online program or a commute to campus.
Students looking to save a few extra bucks at Bento and other local businesses now can with the release of Campus Rewards, a discount card to current UF students.
Gainesville Regional Airport keeping up with bigger airports thanks to direct flights, business travelersBy Regina Sin | Sep. 4, 2013
Despite its size, the Gainesville Regional Airport is in competition with other major airports.
A gameday block party designed to bring in the green for businesses near the Swamp will not happen this year.
While the UF football team prepares to suit up for its first home game against Toledo on Saturday, businesses near the Swamp have been getting ready for the big day as well.