Orlando Business Journal

Orlando Business Journal is a newspaper in Orlando, Florida, United States covering general business news, major events in Florida and around the world, with sections on global news and local news, business news and political news, Florida cultural life and newspaper classified ads. It is part of the American City Business Journals chain owned by Advance Publications.

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Orlando Business Journal Awards
... Every year, the Orlando Business Journal gives several awards in the Central Florida area Women Who Mean Business This award recognizes businesswomen in Central Florida whose hard work and innovation have helped. 40 Under 40 Every year, the Orlando Business Journal selects 40 business individuals whose significant business accomplishments are supplemented by high-pro ...
Splendid China (Florida) - History
... Assembly of the 1996 Florida Teaching Professionals-NEA State Conference in Orlando passes resolution to ban personal or school trips to Florida Splendid China from its members ... In May 1996, the Orlando Sentinel reported that the President, General Manager, and Senior Vice-President for Entertainment were replaced in what was described as a 'big ... In July 1996, the Orlando Business Journal reported that Florida Splendid China was changing their name to "Chinatown." In August 1996, the Orlando Business Journal ...

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