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TAMPA — It’s hard enough starting a business.
A 35-story apartment tower in downtown St. Petersburg. Two huge new communities with sunset views of Old Tampa Bay. A 52-story tower overlooking Tampa’s Riverwalk. If you haven’t heard much about these lately, it’s because not much is happening — at least not yet.
Velocity Resource Group, a recruiter specializing in resume mining and candidate qualification, is pulling up stakes at its Illinois headquarters to relocate to Tampa.
The Tampa Bay area’s port system, under the umbrella of Port Tampa Bay, handles between 30 million and 40 million tons of cargo every year — almost one-third of all cargo coming in and out of Florida.
Publix Super Markets is finally installing readers for credit cards that have security chips.
TAMPA — Channelside Bay Plaza will likely be razed to make room for new waterfront condos, restaurants and a park.
After watching too many major Tampa Bay corporations sell out to other businesses in recent years, it’s a pleasure to see a few of the bigger corporations still here pursue serious acquisitions of their own.
TAMPA — In the years to come, downtown Tampa streets will be lined with retail storefronts. The city will have at least two grocery stores, more than a half dozen parks and will be home to two more urban hotels.
Alvin Magnon Jewelers’ will lose its sparkle soon, ending its run as one of Tampa’s oldest continuing businesses. Winnie Magnon Marvel, 54, is overseeing a liquidation sale of everything down to the walls. Almost 300 customers patiently...
In a time of Kindles, apps and Internet obsession, Gigi Best-Richardson and her husband Harry Richardson, brought it back to the beginning by opening Best Books & Rich Treasures.
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