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Business

How Miami got a mall on the bay — and what happened next

The bayfront stretch in downtown Miami once was the home to a fleet of fishing boats. That all changed in April, 1987, 30 years ago. That’s when Bayside Marketplace, a 16-acre retail and entertainment complex, opened between Bicentennial Park and Bayfront Park on Biscayne Boulevard.

Food & Drink

Campbell’s recalls almost 4,200 pounds of chicken soup

Campbell’s Soup has recalled about 4,185 pounds of chicken soup sold in Florida because the products don’t state they contain milk and some cans labeled as having Homestyle Healthy Request Chicken with Whole Grain Pasta have Homestyle Healthy Request Italian-Style Wedding Spinach & Meatballs in Chicken Broth.

Movers

Senior-level hires and promotions for the week of April 24, 2017

This week’s Movers are: Edward Abraham, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine; Ellyn Drotzer, Lighthouse of Broward; Michael A. Finney, Miami-Dade Beacon Council; Jessica Goldberg, U.S. Century Bank; Christopher Y. Mills, Adams and Reese; Daniel Morris, CREC; Ilana Tescher, Xceed Preparatory Academy.

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Videos

Miami Worldcenter's 'Jam Room'

A trio of 30-second ads showcases the tower’s 40-plus amenities, which include a boxing ring, soccer field, indoor basketball court and a karaoke-friendly rec space known as the “Jam Room.”
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Miami Worldcenter's 'Jam Room' 0:31

Miami Worldcenter's 'Jam Room'

 ‘Moonlight’ makers celebrate in Miami 1:42

‘Moonlight’ makers celebrate in Miami

PNC Economist talks Florida Jobs Report 0:42

PNC Economist talks Florida Jobs Report

Shrinking agriculture industry fights to survive in South Florida 0:40

Shrinking agriculture industry fights to survive in South Florida