Universal Orlando Resort, now owned by Comcast, is investing heavily all thanks to a boy wizard named Harry Potter. The huge increase in cash flow from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is practically forcing Comcast to spend even more money expanding the theme parks, also possibly saving them a lot of money in taxes in return.
The Central Florida Employment Council (CFEC) will hold its 100th job fair on Wednesday at the Central Florida Fair Exposition Park, on West Colonial Drive, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. Hundreds of upper, mid and entry level career openings in all types of Central Florida Industries are available, CFEC’s website states. Seventy-six (76) companies are registered to participate in the job fair, including Universal Orlando, SunTrust Bank, Marriott Vacation/Club Call Center and Kane Furniture.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando Area recently celebrated National Women Build Week, an initiative designed to empower women to take action against poverty housing conditions.
Universal Orlando co-owner, Blackstone, the world’s 5th largest private equity firm, has offered to sell its 50 percent interest in the theme park to the other co-owner, NBCUniversal, it was revealed on Wednesday.
Janis Stratton, an executive of Universal Orlando, was taken off of life support on Sunday, after an apparent suicide attempt on Saturday, November 27.
Habitat for Humanity Orlando has launched its fundraising effort for “Women Build Week,” a volunteer-driven event designed to empower women to take action against poverty-level housing conditions. Habitat Orlando’s goal is to complement volunteer efforts by raising $100,000 – the cost to sponsor one Habitat home. The organization needs more fundraising teams to meet their goal for Women Build Week.