Tampabay.com Greenlight Pinellas fundraising exceeds $400000 Tampa Bay Business Journal Silverman acknowledged the Rays' self interest in providing convenient ways for people to get to games, but added that a good transit system was vital for Tampa...
“USA Today finds foodie heaven in Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Business Journal (blog) USA Today describes the eatery as “arguably serving Tampa Bay's consistently best meals.” Those looking for a new arrival on the scene can try Rococo Steak in St.”
TAMPA — The Port of Tampa has changed its name to Port Tampa Bay as part of a new branding initiative to emphasize its regional service area with a focus on enhancing the port’s image among shipping interests worldwide.
“WUSF opens studio in St. Petersburg Tampa Bay Business Journal (blog) The ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday was attended by St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and USFSP Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska.”
The current commuter train projects in Florida have generated some economic activity and job growth in Central and South Florida, though major concerns exist for residents living and working near the rail lines and many taxpayers around the state.
Bovie Medical lifts the surgical drape on J-Plasma (Video) Tampa Bay Business Journal (Margie Manning/Tampa Bay Business Journal). Eric Hoegstrom, biomedical engineer, demonstrates the use of J-Plasma on a pork.
“Industrial buildings sprouting up fast in Manatee County Tampa Bay Business Journal The company paid about 70 cents a square foot. A previous developer had done some significant work on the property's infrastructure, including paved areas.”
Orlando is tourism, right? That's one metro area with no obvious problem with branding itself. Orlando is Disney is Universal is SeaWorld. … What could be simpler? Such a powerful brand made Orlando a worldwide destination.
“USF St. Petersburg online MBA program ranked nationally Tampa Bay Business Journal The magazine also ranked the USFSP program fourth among Florida universities for Best Online Graduate Business Program.”
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