USF Health opens the doors to the Morsani College of Medicine

University of South Florida just took the wraps off the new USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute.

USF officials and guests cut the ribbon on the 13-story, 395,000-square-foot facility in downtown Tampa. It is a key anchor for Strategic Property Partners’ $3 billion Water Street Tampa development.

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St. Pete tech firm gets $42 million investment

Spatial Networks Inc., a St. Petersburg company that uses geography to solve business problems, closed on a $42.5 million funding round led by Kayne Partners, the growth equity group of Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, and Kennet Partners Ltd.

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Tax incentives push growth at Marketopia, Minimise USA

Amid a national debate over the effectiveness of economic development incentives, two Tampa-St. Petersburg area firms are expanding and adding jobs after qualifying for tax refunds from the state.

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WorkLife with Adam Grant: The Creative Power of Misfits [TED]

Harness the power of frustrated people to shake up the status quo -- just like Pixar did.

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New at Florida CraftArt: Loft artists come downstairs, Tibetan monks paint with sand

January is jumping at Florida CraftArt, 501 Central Ave., as 19 of the artists who work upstairs – in the studios known as ArtLofts – display their work in the CraftArt exhibition gallery, downstairs.

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The Shuffle

Yogi Jashnani
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The Hustle

Janna Angell (St. Pete Running Co.)

St. Pete Running Company is a west St. Pete treasure. Lifelong runner Janna Angell and her husband Cody have taken their love of running all over the place, from North Carolina to Australia, and finally to St. Pete, where they settled five years ago.

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Catalyze 2020

Catalyze 2020: Matt Lettelleir

Matt Lettelleir writes, "I’d like to see the 200 block of Central Avenue turned into a plaza."

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Karl Nurse
Bay Tech Label

Focus: Scrabble

Three shifts at the Scrabble factory: The inventor [VT Digger]

For 20 years the wooden pieces for every Scrabble set in North America were manufactured in Fairfax, Vermont. This is Part 1 of a three-part series that explores the factory’s history through the stories of the people who shaped its fortunes.

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Internet Deception Is Here to Stay—So What Do We Do Now? [Wired]

Fake followers. Fake news. Foreign influence operations. The last decade revealed that much of what's online is not as it seems.

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