This week’s question: What do you read every day at the office?
I read Flipboard to get my news and items of interest every single morning on my tablet or smartphone.
Ramon Abadin, president, The Florida Bar, and partner, Sedgwick Law Firm
Never miss a local story.
Harvard Business Review, The Starting Gate Blog by Nancy Dahlberg, Inc. magazine, and our own company blog. (Because I hate when someone has read one of our blog posts and I have not.) :)
Brian Brackeen, CEO, Kairos
The Miami Herald is always first on my list. I also read the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the Daily Business Review. Additionally, I read online news, including The Real Deal, Curbed and Rolling Stone, as well as social media sources.
Carol Brooks, president and co-founder, CREC (Continental Real Estate Companies)
Even before I get to the office I have read my Miami Herald and New York Times, as well as the prayers of the church (the Liturgy of the Hours). Once I get in, I read all of my emails. I believe it is important to stay on top of my emails, but I am blessed to have an excellent executive assistant who will help me, if needed.
Monsignor Franklyn M. Casale, president, St. Thomas University
Nabil El Sanadi, CEO/president, Broward Health
I begin each work day by reading The Daily Buzz, our internal hotel newsletter with information spanning every department. I also read revenue recaps and VIP arrival reports, as well as the online version of HOTELS magazine’s daily brief. I keep up to speed on local news through the Herald, which I read at home.
Robert Hill, general manager, InterContinental Miami
The Miami Herald, of course! But I also read the Daily Business Review, as well as The Wall Street Journal. I also love cozying up on Sundays and reading The New York Times (but I do that at home!)
Miriam Lopez, president/chief lending officer, Marquis Bank
In addition to the Miami Herald, I read various online and social media sources. Then, I catch up on lots of emails, text messages and the articles that cross my desk.
Harve A. Mogul, president and CEO, United Way of Miami-Dade
I love Flipboard as it aggregates key readings for me such as The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Entrepreneur, New York Times, Miami Herald, Sun Sentinel, Business Week and more.
Mike Parra, CEO, DHL Express U.S.
Since high school, I’ve had the habit of reading the newspaper every day. Today, part of my routine is to read The Miami Herald — print and online versions, as well as the Op-Ed, Business and Arts & Culture sections of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. I also hold in high regard writers who have editorial oversight and maintain journalistic integrity, as this is a rarity in today’s overly commercialized media landscape.
M. John Richard, president, CEO, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
I read two or three articles every morning based on my Google alerts covering my industry.
Ania Rodriguez, CEO of Key Lime Interactive
Unfortunately, about 300 emails a day! I enjoy reading the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo News Digest, The Skinny Daily Media News, and of course the Miami Herald. I also read the South Florida Business Journal cover-to-cover on a weekly basis.
Rachel Sapoznik, CEO & president, Sapoznik Insurance
So many emails! As well as financial reports and company updates. When I have time, I also love the app for The Huffington Post and theSkimm — they keep me abreast of all the biggest news. Prior to coming in each day I’ve also looked through the Miami Herald and parts of The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times; each paper has certain areas of coverage I favor. Business Monday in the Herald is my favorite. Miami is an exciting place to be, especially at this moment in time, so there’s always a lot to catch up on. I wish I could sit and read for two hours a day!
Ginny Simon, founder, CEO, ginnybakes