Seven months after groundbreaking, Commerce Park project on life support

In October 2018, Mayor Rick Kriseman and the City of St. Petersburg broke ground on two long-awaited projects in Commerce Park, a city-owned property that runs along the Deuces Live and the Warehouse Arts District. Now, just seven months after the celebrated groundbreaking, the Commerce Park projects appear to be in jeopardy.

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Tampa General, USF Health sign affiliation letter of intent

Tampa General Hospital and University of South Florida Health plan to form a joint venture organization that will bring USF physicians and the Tampa General Medical Group into a single entity.

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Kforce taps the gig economy as one way to stand out in the staffing industry

Tampa staffing firm Kforce Inc. got more than 1,200 job referrals in the first few weeks after it launched an app-based referral program that lets users refer their contacts to job openings.

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ICYMI: He Said, She Said: Michelle's surprise announcement; #FlaPol goes to Israel; Joe Gruters talks a consequential Session; John Lux on the Sunshine State film industry and Disney cruise

Episode 14 is jam-packed.

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Your weekend arts forecast: The saxophone wizard of Oz

Hugh Jackman’s probably got nothing to worry about, but the list of world-class musical entertainers from Australia got a bit longer when Adrian Cunningham arrived in the States a couple of years ago.

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The Shuffle

Andrew Gitkin
Raymond James


The Hustle

Bob Devin Jones (Studio@620)

Since 2004, The Studio@620 has done a little bit of everything.

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Trenam Law

Serving clients with agility and flexibility, Trenam Law has grown into the behemoth law firm of the Tampa Bay Area.

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Jessica Rivelli
Working Women of Tampa Bay

Focus: HR

Insight: Workflow analysis is the key to recruitment and retention for nonprofits

As a leader in the HR field, I’ve had the honor of working with dozens of nonprofits at the administrative and operational level...Time and time again, the highest ticket problem for nonprofits with staff from 100 to 2000 people is recruiting and retaining good employees.

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PitchLyst Company: Lunchpool

Hear "Why We Need Lunch Breaks" with Lunchpool founder Alex Abell tonight at Ignite Tampa Bay!

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