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Past articles by Cindy:

7 things to know today and which jobs offer the best flexibility

Check out the top business headlines that tell you what you need to know for your Tuesday workday. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus the top 100 companies for telecommuting jobs in 2016

Interested in finding work-from-home jobs with legitimate, well-known companies? Then you'll definitely want to check out today's first news item, plus how Orlando ranked for 2015 VC investments, two important resume trends and much more. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus Darden completes REIT spin-off

Darden Restaurants Inc. on Monday completed its previously announced spin-off of select real estate and restaurant assets into Four Corners Property Trust Inc. (NYSE: FCPT), an independent publicly traded real estate investment trust. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus what the presidential candidates are eating

Ever wondered what presidential candidates eat — or what they feed donors and staff — when on the road campaigning? If so, here's your answer. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus why it's a great time to sell a home

Business headlines to help get your Friday workday off to a great start. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus how Facebook plans to teleport you by 2025

Facebook is working on teleportation. No, not the “beam me up, Scotty” type that could have you in Seattle for lunch and home in Orlando immediately after. But still, it sounds pretty cool. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus Artegon's new tenants, expansion plans

In celebration of its first anniversary, Artegon Marketplace this week unveiled new enhancements, tenants and expansion plans at the 1.1 million-square-foot shopping attraction and artisan marketplace on International Drive. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus the high cost burden faced by Florida renters

In its analysis, Apartment List looked at 454 cities and 929 counties across 50 states in the United States. The bad news: More than half of all renters in Florida are considered severely cost burdened. Here's how metros statewide ranked. → Read More

Embry-Riddle to offer reduced tuition for Florida students

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University next year will offer a 5 percent reduced tuition that will be applied to new students who have graduated from high school and have been accepted at the Daytona Beach campus. → Read More

Orlando 5th-best rental market in the Southeast

Orlando is currently the fifth-best market in which to own rental property in the Southeast U.S. and 19th-best in the country as a whole, according to a new report from All Property Management. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus the 5 top reasons people quit their jobs

What makes someone leave a job? Check out these five reasons that research has shown cause people to leave. → Read More

Forbes’ best states for business: See where Florida ranks

In Forbes’ 10th annual installment of this ranking, states were rated on business costs, labor supply, regulatory environment, economic climate, growth prospects, quality of life and population. → Read More

See where Florida ranks among states with the rudest drivers

Do we lose our Southern hospitality behind the wheel? → Read More

7 things to know today, plus movie ticket prices on pace for a new high

Moviegoers paid an average $8.25 per ticket in the third quarter, the National Association of Theatre Owners revealed on Monday. Here's how that compares with the previous quarter. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus Disney’s Iger to be inducted into Toy Industry Hall of Fame

The nonprofit Toy Industry Association said Iger was selected by its members in recognition of his significant contributions to the industry and the impact his work has had on the lives of children worldwide. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus why more consumers are 'Amazoning' their search for products

A new study out this week shows 44 percent of U.S. consumers bypass a Web search and go straight to Amazon to search for products, while just 34 percent of people opt for search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo to hunt for products first. Here's why. → Read More

7 things to know today, plus where Orlando ranked in new ULI market report

ULI noted that Florida markets are benefiting from the country finally returning to normal levels of mobility after the temporary freeze created by the housing market collapse. → Read More

7 things to know about today, plus Waterford Lakes nabs an unusual new tenant

Are you a fan of beef jerky? If so, have I got some good news for you this Tuesday morning. → Read More

7 things to know about today, plus Norman Van Aken's new Mount Dora eatery

Chef Norman Van Aken, known as “the founding father of new world cuisine," plans to open a new restaurant in Mount Dora by early 2016." → Read More

Bad news, South Florida! We may be taken over by robots soon

It seems that ZipRecruiter analyzed the U.S. job market to identify which cities have a large amount of jobs that could be replaced by automation — i.e., robots — soon. → Read More