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The main Italian daily business newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore” published on Saturday January 16th an article about Miami and the growing economic vitality of the entire Southeast of the USA. The article also mentioned what our Chamber of Commerce is doing with its video-educational project “Business Expert Channel” (https://bec.iaccse.com) to support S...

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced Dec. 8 that Farmina Pet Food USA LLC, part of Italy-based Farmina Pet Foods Holding, has chosen Reidsville as the location for its North American headquarters. The decision will create an estimated 129 jobs over a five-year period and is the result of an approximate $28.5 million capital investment by th...

Farmina Pet Food USA, a provider of scientifically-developed foods and personalized nutrition services for dogs and cats, will establish its North American headquarters in Reidsville, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. The company’s plans in Rockingham County include the creation of 129 jobs over five years and a capital investment of nearly $28....

Bulgari is going to Miami. The Italian luxury brand has just announced that its first hotel in the United States will be located in South Beach. The new 100-room hotel, which is scheduled to open in 2024, will be located on 21st street, a stone’s throw from the city’s famous beach and vibrant Art Deco district to give guests a taste of nature, cult...

The Sicilian Club building at 2001 N. Howard Ave. once housed a “talking moving picture theater.” The historic structure, originally built as a social club for Sicilian immigrants, will next be used to produce talking moving pictures. North Carolina-based Black Horse Studio purchased the 14,000-square-foot building for $1.2 million from Pawan Ratta...

After entering the U.S. market through an acquisition of a leading provider of refrigeration products, Italy-based Epta is recommitting to Columbus, Ga.  Kysor Warren Epta U.S. will spent $27 million on an expansion that will create 200 manufacturing jobs and anchor the company’s North American headquarters in the West Georgia city.  Damon Wyatt, v...

Baxter Gallery Miami, the flagship store of the Italian luxury furniture brand Baxter Made in Italy in the Miami Design District, recently welcomed pieces from an award-winning collection, just in time for the arrival of the jet-set New York residents moving to South Florida. Given that Salone Del Milano, the annual world-famous fair in the Italian...

2020 ATLANTA ITALIAN CAR DAY is now scheduled for SATURDAY, NOV 7, 2020 • 10 AM to 3 PM! Our new venue will be at Ferrari Maserati of Atlanta, 11875 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell, GA 30076. They have generously agreed to host the event this year at their dealership. DISCOUNT ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: www.italiancardayatlanta.com. Automobile On...

Italian hose manufacturer FITT Group is building its U.S. headquarters in Mooresville, a move that's expected to create 144 new jobs, the company announced Wednesday. "Opening our facility in Iredell County and North Carolina was the right decision," Alessandro Mezzalira, president and CEO of FITT Group, said in a statement. "The environment is con...

Gunster, one of Florida’s oldest and largest full-service business law firms, is pleased to announce that attorney Joseph L. Raia has been appointed chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law. Raia will play in the leadership of the 17,000-member section that has representation from over 100 countries worldwide. Joseph L....

All of Ferrari’s mid-engined V8 supercars are special but the 430 Scuderia is even more special than most. Ferrari unveiled the hardcore, track-focused variant of the F430 back in 2007 with Michael Schumacher famously playing a role in its development. While it was later succeeded by the 458 Speciale and then the 488 Pista, the 430 Scuderia remains...

Since the beginning of time, humans have pigeonholed each other by race, religion, gender and wealth, which has resulted in discrimination. There are many pathways that can and must be taken to reduce systemic racism and prejudice. But I see no pathway to eliminate latent discrimination; humans will always pigeonhole. There continues to be systemic...