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Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 16:27
Three Pier 1 Import stores in the Tampa Bay region are among the hundreds that the chain plans to close in the coming months. Employees at the following stores confirmed their closure to the Tampa Bay Business Journal:. 16318 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Carrollwood. 6907 Gunn Highway, Citrus Park. 2351 101st St., Largo. Pier 1 has approximately 13 stores between Spring Hill and Sarasota, according to the retailer's website.
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 14:52
The parent company of American Greetings and Carlton Cards has announced plans to close all 254 of its Papyrus card and stationery stores over the next two months. Schurman Retail Group CEO Dominique Schurman told employees in a letter that the company has hired liquidation firm Gordon Brothers to facilitate going-out-of-business sales and that more information would follow, Retail Dive reported. Papyrus has stores in Tampa's International Plaza and the Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota....
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 14:27
Data released by San Francisco-based online lodging marketplace Airbnb revealed the company's most popular weekends for Hillsborough County in 2019. The top five weekends pulled in $6.6 million in host income and over 29,000 visitors. Four out of the top five weekends were on or around holidays. The weekend after Christmas, Dec. 27 to Dec. 29, was the most popular weekend last year. Over 7,000 visitors used the service, generating a $1.7 million in host revenue. The next two weekends tied with…
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 14:09
While lack of talent has been a concern from employers in the Tampa Bay region and across the nation, one national organization believes Tampa is on the right track. Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation, which focuses on supporting student success beyond high school, has named Tampa Bay as the first of two Talent Hubs in the state, indicating the area has taken "significant steps" toward increasing the number of residents with educational credentials beyond a high school diploma.
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 13:30
In a victory for state regulators and utilities, an administrative law judge Tuesday rejected a challenge to a plan for carrying out a new law that is expected to lead to more underground power lines in Florida. Judge James H. Peterson III, in a 52-page order, turned down arguments raised by the state Office of Public Counsel, which represents consumers in utility cases, and the Florida Industrial Power Users Group, which includes large electricity customers. They challenged proposed rules that...
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 10:36
Centene Corp. said Tuesday that it has satisfied all regulatory requirements for its merger with WellCare Health Plans Inc., and set a closing date of Thursday for the $17.3 billion deal. "We have been working diligently on the integration plans to bring our organizations together so that it is seamless for members, providers and employees of both companies," Centene CEO Michael Neidorff said in statement. The Clayton, Missouri-based managed health care provider announced in March that it planned...
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 06:50
The Human Rights Campaign released its annual Corporate Equality Index, a measure of companies’ LGBTQ equality, and five Tampa Bay companies received perfect grades. Every year since 2002, the CEI has evaluated companies on the Fortune 500, the AmLaw 200, American Lawyer’s top 200 revenue-grossing law firms, and publicly and privately held mid- to large-sized businesses. Companies are scored on how well they prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, provide medical...
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 06:40
A proposal is once again in play to eliminate an untouched pool of state money set aside in 2014 to help build and renovate professional sports stadiums. The House Workforce Development & Tourism Subcommittee on Tuesday quickly backed the proposal (HB 6057), which would repeal a controversial funding program that spells out steps for state dollars to become available for stadium construction and renovation. Without a Senate version of the bill, House Ways & Means Chairman Bryan Avila, R-Miami Springs,...
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 06:36
Tampa ranks among the best cities for working from home, a new study from MagnifyMoney found. The report looked at the best and worst cities to work from home based on 2018 Census Bureau data. The factors include:. The percentage of people who work from home. Earnings for people working from home relative to average earnings of local workers. The percentage point change in the share of workers working from home from 2017 to 2018. The percentage point change in earnings for people who work from…
Tampa Business News 01/22/2020 06:17
The Tampa Bay Business Journal asked and you nominated — and now 60 local businesses and companies with a major local presence have been named the 2020 Best Places to Work honorees. Employees from nominated companies were asked to fill out a confidential survey from Quantum Workplace measuring team effectiveness, retention risk, alignment with goals, trust with co-workers, individual contribution, manager effectiveness, trust in senior leaders, feeling valued, work engagement and people practices. Companies...
Tampa Business News 01/21/2020 14:52
Morgan Hill Partners, a company that works with financial sponsors and tech-enabled growth-stage companies, has expanded to Chicago. The St. Petersburg-based company announced the move on Tuesday, along with the hire of Noel Burkman to establish the office. "The startup scene and the whole tech scene that's going on there, with the opportunity to bring Noel on board with his experience, is opportunistic and that's essentially what we jumped on," said Nick Tarsi, an associate partner at Morgan...
Tampa Business News 01/21/2020 13:38
Bill Robertson, a Sarasota personal injury attorney, has started his own law firm, the Robertson Law Firm PA, after spending 34 years with Kirk-Pinkerton PA. Additionally, Kirk-Pinkerton will close its doors, according to a release, after the partners weighed decisions about renewing a long-term building lease in Sarasota and the future growth of the firm. Robertson is a fifth-generation attorney in Sarasota and was involved in helping Florida businesses and cities after the BP oil spill.
Tampa Business News 01/21/2020 12:16
Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow Floridians to use recreational marijuana are firing back against legal objections raised by Attorney General Ashley Moody and the state House and Senate. Lawyers for the political committee Make It Legal Florida filed a 51-page brief Monday urging the Florida Supreme Court to sign off on the proposed amendment.
Tampa Business News 01/21/2020 12:04
Fortunate released its annual World’s Most Admired Companies list and four Tampa Bay companies made this year’s rankings. Every year, Fortune releases a ranking of the most admired companies in the world. The rankings are determined by surveys of corporate reputations of 680 companies, made up of the highest-revenue companies in various categories. Lakeland-based Publix Super Markets was the top bay area company to make the list at No. 48. It also ranked first in the food and drugstores category…
Tampa Business News 01/21/2020 06:51
Orlando Health has a contract to buy about 80 acres on the south side of Lakeland for a potential future medical campus that eventually will include up to a 360-bed hospital. It also will feature medical office space, a small hotel and limited supporting retail, which will be built out in phases as part of a long-term plan. Executives with the nonprofit health care organization and network of community-based hospitals said plans for the property, the first phase of which is not expected to be...
Tampa Business News 01/21/2020 06:48
State tourism officials intend to showcase to Florida lawmakers the importance of the industry on Wednesday, as a legislative battle on the future of Visit Florida continues to brew. The Partnership for Florida Tourism, which includes the Florida Attractions Association, Destinations Florida, the Florida Cattlemen’s Association and the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association, will be hosting "tourism day" next week to drum up support for the embattled agency.

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