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A Beep shuttle is parked at the Village Green in Lake Nona. Photo: Danielle Prieur

Central Florida Tech Companies Adapt During The Pandemic

A conversation with three tech entrepreneurs who’ve had to radically rethink what they do in the pandemic- autonomous shuttles that have switched to food delivery, a manufacturer that’s now building ventilators, and an events and marketing platform dealing with the surge in online demand.
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Intersection: The Controversy Over H-1B Visas

Thousands of H1B visas are issued each year. They allow US companies to hire foreign workers for specialized positions that they can’t fill with American workers. Some companies say the quota for these visas is too low, and the tech industry especially needs more freedom to hire talent from overseas. But others say there are loopholes in the system that are being exploited.
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