Market

Dave Grutman

Monday, January 16th, 2012

The 36-year old Naples, Florida native has been on the Miami Beach scene for a while. What started as a bartending gig turned into years at the helm of such SoBe mainstays as Tantra and The Opium Group where he headed marketing. Armed with an enviable rolodex and a knack for wrangling the right crowd, […]

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George Feldenkreis

Monday, January 16th, 2012

He’s CEO and chairman of Miami-based apparel giant, Perry Ellis, which recently purchased Rafaella Apparel for a whooping $20 million. The purchase also included the warrants to buy 106,564 shares of common stock from private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management. There is no doubt that Perry Ellis will now become a more significant player in […]

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Brett David

Monday, January 16th, 2012

When his father, Irv David, passed, a 19-year-old Brett was left with the responsibility of running the family business that includes Lamborghini Miami, Lamborghini Palm Beach, Prestige Audi, and Prestige Imports, but Davis is responsible for one of the most elite collections of luxury car dealers in South Florida. Under his leadership, Prestige has obtained […]

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Myles Chefetz

Monday, January 16th, 2012

Chefetz can be credited with helping turn South Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood into the luxury enclave it is known as today. His extremely successful restaurants (Prime One Twelve, Prime Italian, Nemo, Shoji Sushi, Big Pink) are all located within a block of each other and Miami’s elite crowd descend upon the establishments for a […]

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Joseph Cayre

Monday, January 16th, 2012

Cayre made his fortune by selling videos and computer software to discount retailers like Wal-Mart and is part of a group of investors that bought the World Trade Center in 2001 and the Sears Tower in 2004. It’s been less than a year since Cayre joined in purchasing HSBC Bank headquarters for $330 million, but […]

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