BBX Capital's CEO Alan Levan talks about his next move
miamiherald.com / When the jury's verdict came back on May 8 clearing BankAtlantic of fraud charges, executives at BBX, BankAtlantic's one-time parent company, left the courthouse and grabbed their phones to relay the news to employees and friends. By the time they arrived at the Fort Lauderdale headquarters that afternoon, BBX employees had covered the office's glass windows with congratulatory messages in colorful dry-erase markers.

"Congrats. Persistence prevails!" wrote one manager.

Longtime friends and employees celebrated with champagne toasts and chocolates from Hoffman's Chocolates, a chocolate manufacturer that BBX owns.

Then, in typical Alan Levan style, the chairman and CEO of BBX Capital returned to his office to keep working. Anyone who walked by could look through the decorated windows and see Levan at his desk making business calls.

BBX Capital's CEO Alan Levan talks about his next move

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