Consolidation 2.0: Updated plan returns some authority to St. Pete campus, chancellor

The new version of the consolidation plan for the University of South Florida was shared with students and faculty Thursday in a letter signed by USF President Steve Currant and Regional Chancellors Martin Tadlock of USF St. Petersburg and Karen Holbrook of USF Sarasota-Manatee.

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After a year of fast growth, here’s what’s challenging Kahwa now

In January, Kahwa moved into a 20,000-square-foot production facility in St. Petersburg, more than three times the size of the company’s previous space. It’s grown both its consumer and business-to-business operations. The 13-year-old Kahwa has 15 retail locations and 750 wholesale accounts, as well as a growing grocery store presence.

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Cross-Bay Ferry expects record ridership in third season

The Cross-Bay Ferry between downtown St. Petersburg and downtown Tampa will start its third season of service Nov. 1, with a new schedule and some special perks thrown in for Tampa Bay Lighting fans.

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Episode 763: BOTUS [Planet Money]

Computers have been deciding what stock to buy and to sell for a while now. Two years ago, we built our own machine to buy and sell stocks automatically, by keeping track of the President's Twitter feed. We called it BOTUS, the Bot of the U.S.

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Your weekend arts forecast: Alison Krauss, Randy Rainbow, TFO Pops

Alison Krauss is back among us Sunday, without her longtime band Union Station, headlining the fourth and final day of the 2019 Clearwater Jazz Holiday (which is, clearly, about more than jazz) at Coachman Park.

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The Shuffle

Tampa Bay Innovation Center names managing director


The Hustle

Alex Burch

Alexa Burch is an anomaly in the photography/ videography industry. In a world of increasing specialization, Burch is a jack of all trades.

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TeamViewer offers the best in collaborative software to companies and universities the world over.

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Bridgette Bello
Tampa Bay Business & Wealth

Focus: Domestic Violence

CASA adds new tools in fight to curb domestic violence

A team of attorneys and new staff members are helping CASA beef up safety efforts for domestic abuse survivors.

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To Go Green, the Energy Industry Goes Open Source [Wired]

Challenges around renewables are prompting players in the “traditional” sector to collaborate on software they can modify to address their changing needs.

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