News

Tony Michaelides: Music, business and the music business

Says U2’s longtime manager Paul McGuinnes: “Tony has long been one of the UK’s foremost record promoters, and undoubtedly one of the best U2 has had the pleasure of working with.

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Business, sports magnate H. Wayne Huizenga dies at 80

As the owner of the Miami Dolphins, the Florida Panthers and the Florida Marlins, Huizenga was a high-profile sports magnate and something of a South Florida folk hero, although he’d worked long and hard by the time he bought the teams.

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The challenger [Economist]

In blocking Broadcom’s takeover of Qualcomm, Donald Trump showed that America is worried about Chinese tech. It has a point. It doesn’t have an answer

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Media

Kyle Taylor, The Penny Hoarder

Kyle Taylor talks the changing face of our economy, what that means for business and education, and how The Penny Hoarder is revolutionizing digital publishing as we know it.

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The Hustle

ALSACE WALENTINE (TOMBOLO BOOKS)

Walentine is quietly making a name for herself in the St. Pete entrepreneurial community with her pop-up book store and traveling collection of reads, specially curated for the audience of the community events she is attending.

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SARAH WEAVER (BANDIT COFFEE CO.)

Since its inception two years ago, Bandit Coffee Co. has elevated the St. Pete coffee scene to new heights. Beloved for its curation of top-tier coffee and tunes, Bandit Coffee is also known for standing up for its values, thanks to owners Sarah (a St. Pete native) and Joshua Weaver.

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The Shuffle

Alex Sink
Tampa Bay Wave

Eddie Martinez
Explore Inbound

Influencer

Rachel Carpenter
Founder & CEO - Intrinio

Focus: Publishing

Google and Facebook can’t help publishers because they’re built to defeat publishers

Events

Synapse Innovation Summit

March 28-29

TiECon Florida 2018

March 31

Rays Opener v. Red Sox The Trop

March 29

Partner Content

All in the family: Linton N. Tibbetts and the Florida lumber industry (part I)

When he sold his flagship Cox Lumber Company to Home Depot in 2006, the company had posted a previous-year profit of $396 million.

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