What the claims in the Bill Edwards lawsuit could mean for other companies, workers

A lawsuit a St. Petersburg development company filed against a former employee raises questions about what workers can and cannot do if they are thinking about leaving their jobs.

It’s a topic Andy Gaunce, an employment and business attorney at Gaunce Law in St. Petersburg, deals with frequently.

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The near-century saga of Peter Barlas and Coney Island

Soon enough, Coney Island will be 100 years old. Although it has, of course, been modernized, retro-fitted and otherwise gussied up, the little storefront retains its early-to-mid 20th Century charm.

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CCG, Marxent unveil new technology at Shoptalk 2019

The retail market is getting a lot of help from two Tampa Bay technology firms.

CCG, a data analytics company in Tampa, and Marxent, a St. Petersburg company that focuses on virtual and augmented reality, were among the companies showing off new products for retail clients at Shoptalk, a trade show in Las Vegas.

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Mayor's Lounge - Episode 6: Sébastien Bourdais and Mountain Holler

The Mayor’s Lounge, hosted by Mayor Rick Kriseman, highlights the people and music making an impact in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Interview with Laura Reiley, Now with The Washington Post [St. Petersburg Foodies Podcast]

We talk to Laura about how she judges different types of restaurants based on what they are trying to be, what she thinks of the review site Yelp, and dishonesty and misrepresentation in the food system.

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The Shuffle

Cami Gibertini
Pilot Bank


The Hustle

Johnny Crowder (Cope Notes)

Johnny Crowder is the founder of Cope Notes, a positive psychology-based subscription service that sends daily text messages to help users develop healthier thought patterns.

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Eckerd College

Originally Florida Presbyterian College, Eckerd began on Bayboro Harbor in Downtown St. Petersburg with 155 freshmen and a faculty of 22.

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Bridgette Bello
Tampa Bay Business & Wealth

Focus: Sociology

How did home cooking become a moral issue? [Vox]

In their new book Pressure Cooker: Why Home Cooking Won’t Solve Our Problems and What We Can Do About It, three academics explain why we’ve put too much emphasis on family dinner.

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PitchLyst Company: Live Free Foods

We are building the Future of Gut Health. Live Free Foods creates packaged foods for the 46 million Americans suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. All products are tested and certified Low FODMAP.

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