Navigate Yoozpaper

Yoozpaper Front Page
The Yoozpaper
Yoozer Profile
Profile
Shared Paper
Shared Paper
Create Newspaper
Create Paper
Create Customized Paper
Custom Paper
Create Album
Create Album
Yoozer Notifications
Notifications
Edit Profile
Edit Profile
Login
Login

 
 
 
 
Login on Yoozpaper Facebook Login
1 Subscribers


Raytheon whistleblower lawsuit dismissed

Raytheon whistleblower lawsuit dismissed
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-19


A federal judge in Orlando ruled recently that there was no evidence to support a whistleblower lawsuit against Raytheon Company that accused the defense contractor of overbilling the Army for services in Afghanistan.The judge ruled on a motion for summary that the former Raytheon employee, Steven Kalch, couldn’t establish wrongdoing.U.S. District Judge Paul Byron noted that the Department of Defense...(Read More)

Developers seek new hotel, high-rise apartment building downtown

Developers seek new hotel, high-rise apartment building downtown
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-02


Developers are seeking city approvals for two new high-rise projects in downtown Orlando — a Cambria Hotel across the street from Lake Eola Park and a new 13-story apartment building a couple blocks north of that.The Cambria Hotel & Suites plan is shaping up again, after it stalled a few years ago, at the southwest corner of East Washington Street and North Rosalind Avenue. That’s currently...(Read More)

Sprint sues All Aboard Florida for $646,266

Sprint sues All Aboard Florida for $646,266
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-18


Sprint Communications has sued All Aboard Florida for $646,266.The lawsuit, filed recently in Miami federal court, comes just as All Aboard is preparing to launch new Brightline train service this summer between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. An extension to Orlando is supposed to come later, originally targeted for 2019.Sprint claims in the lawsuit that All Aboard has failed to reimburse...(Read More)

Tesla ride shares, micro units set for Lake Nona project

Tesla ride shares, micro units set for Lake Nona project
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-01


Work is about to start on what may be the Orlando area’s first apartments with “micro” units with Tesla ride shares.Tavistock Development on Thursday unveiled plans for the fourth apartment community at its Lake Nona development in southeast Orlando. The Pixon, as the 201-unit property is being called, is expected to include half a dozen units averaging 360 square feet, blue-tooth enable security...(Read More)

Mark NeJame

Mark NeJame's former law partner suspended in billing scandal
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-06-04


The suspension of a former law partner at Mark NeJame’s law firm has brought to light an allegation of fraud within the firm, which Nejame said cost it $230,000.NeJame’s former partner, Thomas A. Sadaka, was suspended recently by the Florida Bar for 91 days. He pleaded guilty to charges from the Florida Bar that he represented clients that came in through NeJame’s firm, while billing through...(Read More)

This could be Florida

This could be Florida's biggest tech investment for 2017
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-11


Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm, may have just made the biggest investment of 2017 in a Florida-based tech company, Boca Raton-based Modernizing Medicine.The firm announced Wednesday it was plowing $231 million into the company to provide liquidity for existing shareholders and to fund expansion.Modernizing Medicine provides a mobile, cloud-based, platform for medical records and health...(Read More)

Space Florida seeks new fuel, facilities at former shuttle landing strip

Space Florida seeks new fuel, facilities at former shuttle landing strip
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-03


Growing commercial activity at Kennedy Space Center is prompting Space Florida to seek contractors to provide more fuel and new air-traffic-control facilities at the runway known as the Shuttle Landing Facility.The need for more fuel at the runway is prompted by more cargo flights and the potential for launching more satellites from the wings of jets.On Wednesday, Space Florida released a request...(Read More)

Florida affordable housing funds likely to get shifted

Florida affordable housing funds likely to get shifted
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-29


Florida’s 25-year-old solution to affordable housing — funding down-payment assistance and subsidized rentals with real estate taxes — operates with half the money it had a decade ago, even as Floridians are further stretched to pay the rent.When the housing market peaked in 2006, 95 percent of the real estate sales taxes designated for affordable housing were spent as directed by a 1992 state...(Read More)

Linda McMahon talks taxes and small biz in Orlando

Linda McMahon talks taxes and small biz in Orlando
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-25


Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon talked about taxes, loan programs and regulation with Hispanic business owners in Orlando on Wednesday, a day before President Donald Trump planned to reveal more details about his tax cut plans.She hinted that Trump’s administration may be looking at some kind of tax deferral for small businesses, when asked about it.“I’m not going to jump...(Read More)





Yoozpaper is a social network of online newspapers written by individuals or groups. Yoozpaper takes free articles that members write and formats them as an online newspaper.

Articles Of The Week

Replacing coca

Cramer's charts uncover which wild moves in semiconductor stocks are telling the truth

Floods and devastation in India, Nepal and Bangladesh – in pictures

The River Runs Through Us

Me and my scar: It took me 45 years to love my body