Inside the boardroom: Highest-paid CEOs

Paul Reilly, chairman and CEO of Raymond James Financial Inc., moved to the top of the list of highest-paid CEOs in the area, with a pay package valued at $13.1 million for fiscal year 2019.

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From carryout steaks to medical scrubs, here’s how Covid-19 impacts Tampa-St. Pete companies

Since the Covid-19 crisis began, Raymond James Financial has been busier than ever, with its top 10 trading days of all time all occurring in March.

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Here are the businesses that received funding from Fighting Chance – and some that were denied

Now, St. Pete Catalyst has received a full list of the approved and denied business applications for Fighting Chance. Based on figures provided by City Development Administrator Alan DeLisle, the city approved just under 30 percent of business applications in the first round, and 34 percent of individual applications.

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ICYMI: Impact Catalyst Ep. 14: Bridgette Heller - Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation

Impact Catalyst is where donors, nonprofits, and volunteers gather to get information, search for opportunities, engage and are inspired to transform their community.

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Murals on wheels: How one Pinellas Park business is supporting the arts community

As St. Petersburg’s prolific arts community struggles with an economy that’s all but relegated it to the back burner, the Pinellas Arts Community Relief Fund – a joint effort by Creative Pinellas, the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and Pinellas Community Foundation – continues to solicit donations for those who can’t currently be demonstrably creative.

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The Shuffle

Lazar Anderson


Vintage St. Pete

With roots that grow a century deep, Sunken Gardens continues to thrive

St. Petersburg might be a very different place today if Titan Marketing Group had purchased Sunken Gardens back in 1999, as the Homosassa-based real estate company planned.

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Community Voices

Community Voices: Long after the Skyway disaster, bridges still unnerve us

Roy Peter Clark writes, "We live on a great peninsula, bridges extending in all directions. Truth be told, all those bridges unnerve us. The perilous journey from here to there, over valleys or deep waters, offer an archetype for our fears about our safety, our direction, the unknown."

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Covid Map

Covid-19 Cases by Zip Code


CoLab Salon owner Erin Childs talks reopening salons, barbershops

On this episode, CoLab Salon owner Erin Childs joins Chris Steinocher, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Joe Hamilton, publisher of the St. Pete Catalyst to talk about survival through mandated Covid-19 closures and getting ready to reopen her salon.

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Women and people of color were already at a disadvantage — then the pandemic hit [Vox]

The economic crisis exacerbates how much women’s work is undervalued.

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