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g p principal operators from “engaging in PACA-licensed business or other activities without approval from the USDA,” according to a news release. More from the Packer. Dubai superyacht named Best in Show at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show The Best in Show at the 60th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show sold on the five-day event’s final day. The Majesty 140, a tri-deck superyacht made in Dubai, sold for about $20 million, said Greg Terraglio, president of Sovereign Marine Group of Stuart. The yacht boasts extensive side windows, an owner’s stateroom, private extendable balcony and Jacuzzi tub. It includes a garage for water sports equipment, such as Jet Skis. More from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Out of the Box A life-sized Pac-Man maze is coming to Orlando in 2020 Classic arcade game fans in Orlando will have an opportunity to assume the role of Pac-Man when a human-sized version of the maze comes to town in 2020. During the pop-up event on Oct. 10 of next year, visitors will work to dodge ghosts and collect fruit to win points. In addition, attendees will work to complete a coded puzzle, competing to top the leaderboard or be crowned the ultimate winner. » More from the Orlando Sentinel. Trend Mention EVENT: Florida Cybersecurity Forum - November 19-20 - Lake Buena Vista The security of the business community has become increasingly vulnerable due to the rising threat of cyber-attacks. Every business is a potential target. Taking the steps needed to protect your company’s data is more important than ever. Given the severity of the challenges to Florida’s employers, the Foundation of AIF will convene business leaders, issue experts and senior government officials for an educational dialogue on cybersecurity, its escalating impact on governments, industry, and our communities, and how the public and private sectors can work together to better fortify Florida. Sports Business Ahead of Super Bowl LV, NFL seeks diverse Tampa Bay vendors and businesses The NFL is already thinking about the vendors it needs to get Tampa Bay ready for Super Bowl LV, and it wants the candidates to be diverse. The NFL launched its Business Connect 49