Federal, state education officials visit Lakewood Elementary

Federal, state, county and local officials visited Lakewood Elementary School Friday to see firsthand the positive changes implemented over the last 18 months.

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Florida poised to offer regulatory flexibility for financial innovation

Florida could become one of the first states in the nation to establish a financial technology sandbox, providing what supporters say would be a welcoming business environment for technology entrepreneurs.

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Accenture takes on the ‘tech-clash’ with Tampa Bay Tech

Businesses need to shift their thinking on technology in order to win consumer trust.

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PitchLyst Startup Report #056: Exiom

Erik Paul joins Joe Hamilton in the studio.

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Profile: David Manson, St. Petersburg Jazz Festival founder and director

For 25 years, David Manson has been virtually synonymous with jazz in St. Petersburg. A trombonist, composer and bandleader, the Dunedin native joined the music faculty at St. Petersburg College in 1995 and quickly resurrected the school’s all-but-brain-dead jazz program.

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The Shuffle

Jon Pritchard


The Hustle

Jon Dengler (WellBuilt Bikes)

The Well has created their first social enterprise, WellBuilt Bikes, which refurbishes and sells bicycles. The profit from these bikes goes directly into their "earn a bike" program, which provides bikes for the poor in turn for community service.

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St. Pete 2.0

Last Chance! The state of racial equity in St. Pete [Survey]

Race is a complicated and emotionally fraught issue. Because it can be hard to talk about racial issues, sometimes it gets left out of community conversations.

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Marlene Spalten
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay

Focus: Work

Silicon Valley Ruined Work Culture [Wired]

Why does every damn place—even old-school corporate offices—have to be fun and full of foosball?

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ICYMI: Seedfunders-backed gunfire detection product gets ready to hit the streets

Safe Zone Technologies Inc. expects to ship its first gunfire detection units to customers Feb. 24.

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