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Tampa Business News 11/22/2019 13:53
Church's Chicken may have been hacked, and some Florida stores might have been affected. The Atlanta-based company says it is investigating "a potential incident involving credit and debit card data at some of its company-owned restaurants in the U.S.". Church’s believes the payment processing systems at certain company-operated restaurants may have been accessed by an unauthorized third party.
Tampa Business News 11/22/2019 13:52
Tampa is among the cities with the lowest share of million-dollar homes of any U.S. metropolitan area, according to a new list. Online loan provider LendingTree created the ranking based on its review of the number of million-dollar homes in each of the nation’s 50 largest metros. Tampa ranked as the metro with the 29th highest percentage of units valued at or above $1 million with 1.77 percent.
Tampa Business News 11/22/2019 12:36
New infrastructure projects are slated for Tampa neighborhoods and the city has issued its first advertisement for a design-build firm to work on what it's calling the Comprehensive Infrastructure Project. This is the first of approximately 10 neighborhood infrastructure projects expected over the next 20 years, the city's release states. The proposed budget is estimated at $200 million, according to the request for proposals. The city has identified East Tampa, Forest Hills, MacFarland Park...
Tampa Business News 11/22/2019 06:22
A self-driving vehicle test track in Polk County will start its next phase of construction soon. SunTrax will begin work before the end of the year on its $100 million-plus infield, with the goal of being open in late 2021. The first phase of the $165 million, 475-acre complex — a 2.25-mile oval track where self-driving vehicles can be tested — was completed last May. The track and facility, funded by tolls collected from Florida's Turnpike Enterprise, may help designate Polk County, known…
Tampa Business News 11/22/2019 05:00
The Florida Aquarium is at the epicenter of the whirlwind of activity in Tampa’s Channel district — from the $3 billion Water Street development to the bustling port — and it plans to be engaged in the collective growth. Since CEO Roger Germann took the helm at the aquarium in 2017, he’s been focused on evolving the business model, from changing price structures to working to attract more attendance, bringing new exhibits and supporting conservation efforts. To continue on the path of success,...
Tampa Business News 11/22/2019 05:00
Stellar Development is a general contractor with corporate offices in Sarasota. Its office details are meant to inspire the team to embrace the hard work put in by the workers of the past. These features are married with modern design elements to bring together the past and present. Examples of these elements include steel hardhats on the wall of the lobby, colored rebar on the ceiling of the break room, old tool art boards in each office and more. “Old school meets new school” is the common…
Tampa Business News 11/21/2019 18:08
Synapse Summit will round out the keynote speakers for its 2020 summit with Priceline co-founder Jeff Hoffman. Hoffman will kick off the first day of the summit on Feb. 11, 2020. Hoffman helped found Priceline in 1997; the site allows users to find discounted rates for flights, rental cars and hotels. The Connecticut-based company has done $14.5 billion in sales, according to Forbes. "I've heard Jeff speak before and he is so passionate about chasing a dream and once you achieve that dream how…
Tampa Business News 11/21/2019 14:06
Tampa and St. Petersburg scored perfect ratings on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index, which tracks how well cities support the LGBT community. The scores take into account metrics including:. Non-discrimination laws: If the city has laws in place to stop discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. Municipality as employer: What steps each city is taking to provide equivalent benefits and protections to LGBT employees, if it awards contracts to fair-minded...
Tampa Business News 11/21/2019 06:30
One Tampa Bay county ranked among the best counties for small business owners in Florida, according to a recent report by SmartAssest. The study compiled the rankings based on a small business index that took into account teach county's small business returns, income taxes and income taxes. Sarasota County ranked as the eight best place for small business owners in the state and the 61st best place nationwide.
Tampa Business News 11/21/2019 06:01
State lawmakers got another message to expect a lean year for bringing home budget bacon. Gov. Ron DeSantis, a former congressman, used a Washington, D.C. term Monday in saying "earmarks" would need to be cut by $84.8 million to help pay for his proposed record $91.4 billion budget. While described as targeting "recurring" requests, mostly in education areas of the budget, DeSantis’ proposed cuts could leave space for about $200 million in spending from among the more than $1 billion...
Tampa Business News 11/20/2019 16:00
Community Action Stops Abuse, the official domestic violence center for Pinellas County, announced Wednesday it will create an innovation and growth endowment due in part from a gift from a St. Petersburg couple. The endowment, called the Virginia and David Baldwin Innovation and Growth Endowment, was funded by the Baldwins’ $1 million gift and a matching $300,000 gift from The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay. Lariana Forsythe, CEO of CASA, who was a 2018 BusinessWoman of the Year honoree,...
Tampa Business News 11/20/2019 15:21
Last month, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the third time this year. “The Fed action dropped interest rates by 25 basis points last month — a move that was largely expected,” said Jay Walker, treasurer with Seacoast Bank. “The chance of a rate cut stood at 94% leading up to the October meeting. The bigger question lay with how the Fed was going to position the future, and whether the markets should expect future cuts.”“They may react with future cuts if they see data…

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