Alex Sink officially became board chair earlier this month, after serving about three years on the board of Wave, a Tampa nonprofit that services and houses growing startup tech companies — a sector that’s viewed as key because of the high-skill, high-wage jobs it creates. Wave is one of the largest organizations of its kind in the Tampa Bay area, supporting more than 250 companies that collectively raised more than $150 million in capital since 2013.
The search for the University of South Florida’s new president is officially on. On Tuesday, the USF Board of Trustees approved the position description developed by the university’s search committee to find its new president. But Genshaft won't leave empty-handed...
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged three Pinellas County residents with fraud.
David Dreslin, a CPA who lives in Seminole; Michael Toups, a former broker who lives in Belleair; and his wife, Leslie Toups, a journalist and marketing professional, are named in the SEC complaint filed Monday in federal court in Tampa.