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  • New Office Depot leader Roland Smith a risk-taker

    New Office Depot leader Roland Smith a risk-taker
    As a corporate executive, Roland Smith is a fixer, repairing beleaguered companies. In his leisure time, he also embraces risk, climbing mountains and riding motorcycles. In the Army, he was a test pilot. Analysts and merger experts say Smith, 59, may...
  • About Anthony Abbate

    About Anthony Abbate
    Anthony Abbate AIA, NCARB, is Associate Provost for Broward Campuses and Professor in the School of Architecture at Florida Atlantic University.  His research focus is on architectural design, and design response for a changing climate.  His creative...
  • South Florida Dems go after tea party, Republican leaders

    South Florida Dems go after tea party, Republican leaders
    “Reckless” was the talking point word of the day Monday as South Florida Democrats sought to turn up the heat on Republicans, blaming the party’s tea party faction for the partial government shutdown and attempting to show how people are...
  • About Dr. Michael Dennis

    About Dr. Michael Dennis
    Dr. Michael T.B. Dennis is a Harvard and Stanford trained plastic and reconstructive surgeon (retired) who currently serves as the Founding Chair of the Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine and has been instrumental in guiding the...
  • About Dr. Bernie Fernandez

    About Dr. Bernie Fernandez
    Bernardo “Bernie” Fernandez, M.D., is the president of Cleveland Clinic Florida, a world-renowned academic medical center with locations in Weston and West Palm Beach, Florida. Employing over 200 physicians in approximately 35 medical...
  • Quakertown native to be on Jeopardy

     
    A Quakertown native who now lives in Florida will be one of three contestants on "Jeopardy!" at 7 p.m. Thursday on ABC-affiliate WPVI. Francis Altomare, a tutor and adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University, will compete on the game show......
  • Kingsley Guy: Student loan rate isn't as onerous as you think

    Florida Atlantic University pegs the cost of college this year for a student living on campus at more than $22,000. The University of Florida, with a higher tuition rate but lower costs for room and board, puts the price tag at more than $20,000. Those...
  • FAU approves domestic partner benefits

    Gay employees at Florida Atlantic University have won a decade long battle for domestic partner benefits. The recently approved collective bargaining agreement between the United Faculty of Florida and FAU for the first time includes health insurance...
  • Scripps jobs growing, but short of goal as deadline nears

    Scripps Florida has grown to 511 employees, but the biotech company still has some hiring to do to meet its job creation deadline in December, Palm Beach County commissioners learned Tuesday. The county and state invested more than $600 million in...
  • Top events to do Wednesday: Full Moon Rising Party, Copeland Davis and Robert Zuckerman's celebrity photos

    Top events to do Wednesday: Full Moon Rising Party, Copeland Davis and Robert Zuckerman's celebrity photos
    Parties Full Moon Rising Party: When the full moon crests tonight over Fort Lauderdale Beach, it will glare on the usual insanity in effect at the relatively new S3 Restaurant (505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd.) Wednesday's beachside bacchanal features...
  • Dr. Michael Dennis, chair, Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine

    Dr. Michael Dennis, chair, Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine
     
  • Free speech on college campus is worth the price

    Free speech on college campus is worth the price
    When it comes to speech, Florida's university campuses are some of the most oppressive places in this state. Administrators have become increasingly tyrannical in their interpretations of the First Amendment. There appears to be more concern about...