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    7 things to know today and we're No. 14 ? for beer, that is
    Good morning, Orlando! We may not be California or Oregon or Colorado when it comes to craft beer, but Florida is getting some recognition. The most recent Thrillist ranking puts the Sunshine State at No. 14. Here's some of what Thrillist had to say: "It's kind of odd that a snow-starved state like Florida excels so thoroughly at putting out dark, viscous beers that almost scream 'drink me in front of a fireplace during a blizzard,' but such is the case with places like Cigar City, Cycle and?

    Anheuser-Busch to hit the road with Tesla
    Anheuser-Busch announced Thursday it pre-ordered 40 fully electric-powered semi-trucks from Tesla Inc. that will hit the road in 2019.

    Use it or lose it: How to make the most of your FSA before it expires
    The end of the year is fast approaching. If you?re like me and lose track of how quickly time flies, you may have forgotten to use all your health benefits before the year wraps, including flexible spending accounts. Because of its ?use it or lose it? policy that allows only $500 to rollover to next year, many of us with flexible spending accounts, or FSAs, scramble at the last minute to use up our funds.  FSAs are funds that can be used to pay for medical and dental expenses that aren?t?

    For 2018, SUVs are hot, electric cars are not
    Atlanta?s luxury car buyers are bypassing the traditional sedan for sport utility vehicles. They also have high expectations for safety, but are much less interest in hybrids and electric cars than in years past, according to area dealers and company officials.

    Flick picks: ?I, Tonya? finds humanity in villains of infamous skating scandal
    Tonya Harding was the first American woman to complete a triple axel in a figure-skating competition, but that?s probably not how you remember her. Rather, Harding is still infamous, nearly a quarter of a century later, for her association with an assault on rival Nancy Kerrigan weeks before the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. Wickedly funny and heartbreakingly dark, ?I, Tonya? digs into the classism and privilege that conspired to shut ?Trashy Tonya? ? a girl who never knew anything?

    MillerCoors CEO talks beer growth, competition with Budweiser and ugly Christmas sweaters: Slideshow
    MillerCoors CEO Gavin Hattersley reaffirmed the brewer's commitment to the Milwaukee area Friday, saying the company may be international in scope, but it is still pursuing more growth in its area operations. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos from Hattersley's appearance at the Milwaukee Business Journal's Power Breakfast at The Pfister Hotel in downtown Milwaukee, along with the winners and some of the participants in the event's ugly Christmas sweater contest. "It is OK to be big?

    Q&A: Tim Tebow talks SEC Championship, partnership with Allstate, loving life
    On Nov. 30, Atlanta Business Chronicle?s Phil W. Hudson sat down with Heisman Trophy winner, former NFL quarterback, New York Mets player and college football analyst Tim Tebow at the Joseph B. Whitehead Boys & Girls Club in Atlanta.

    Flick picks: Steven Spielberg?s ?The Post? defends free speech, women?s rights
    Set in 1971, when Donald Trump was just taking control of his father?s business and Harvey Weinstein still was working as a rock concert promoter, ?The Post? nonetheless feels very much of this moment. Director Steven Spielberg?s newsroom thriller is a rousing defense of the First Amendment at a time when the president is flinging the phrase ?fake news? to discredit his critics and an inspiring portrait of a woman coming into her own during a period of renewed momentum behind the women?s?

    Why this real estate tech firm chose Orlando over Silicon Valley for its global HQ
    The region offers key factors that will help this company grow even more.

    How 202-acre Packing District will sprout out of its citrus roots
    Steeped in history (and oranges), this proposed development could transform an industrial area northwest of downtown.