Amid record financial results, Jabil plans ‘optimized footprint’ in China

Jabil Inc. said it will make more efficient use of its facilities, including its millions of square feet at plants in China, in its 2020 fiscal year.

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USF St. Petersburg teams up with hospitality leaders to launch leadership program

The University of South Florida St. Petersburg and hospitality leaders from throughout the city are teaming up to fill in a longstanding skills gap in one of St. Petersburg’s largest industries — hospitality.

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CEO of tech startup GIVVN shares best advice he got from Y Combinator

GIVVN, a one-year-old startup with artificial intelligence to help nonprofit organizations collect donations, has hit a key benchmark.

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ICYMI: Re-imagine Data with USFSP and St. Pete Downtown Partnership Wednesday [Audio]

While previous topics ranged from autonomous vehicles to Smart Cities, to healthcare, on Wednesday the Sunny Side Up Series will re-imagine data with some of St. Petersburg’s best and brightest data science experts.

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At the Morean Arts Center: BIG INK, big prints, big weekend

Seventeen Florida artists, the majority from the Tampa Bay area, will participate in a one-of-a-kind demonstration of woodblock printing this weekend at the Morean Arts Center.

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The Shuffle

Jackie McIntosh
Cogent Bank


The Hustle

Salma Benkabbou

Salma Benkabbou is not your average business attorney. This millennial lawyer takes an unconventional approach, providing business, intellectual property and immigration law expertise to clients in the Tampa Bay area.

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Carter G. Woodson

Located in the heart of St. Petersburg’s historic district, the Carter G. Woodson Museum is a demonstration of the ongoing commitment to preserve African-American history.

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Terri Lipsey Scott
Carter G. Woodson

Focus: Funding

Five Foundations Address the “Starvation Cycle” [Philanthropy]

Presidents of five leading foundations are working together to advance solutions to chronic underfunding of their grantees.

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Jack Conte, Patreon, and the Plight of the Creative Class [Wired]

The DIY musician's membership platform set out to provide a livelihood for artists on the internet. Is it more than just a band-aid for a broken system?

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