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Those excited over the prospect that Cuba and Tampa will reconnect through business are concerned that officials running the region’s biggest economic engine are idling instead of jetting to Cuba to lay the groundwork for trade.
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By JOHN SEEWER
Holland & Knight lawyers make Chambers guide
TAMPA — Rights to distribute “The Infiltrator,” the major motion picture filmed partially in Tampa and starring Bryan Cranston, were acquired by a company new to the business during the Cannes Film Festival this week in France.
The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 5.6 percent in April, compared with 5.7 percent in March and 6.4 percent in April 2014. Florida added 24,500 jobs last month according to figures released Friday by the Department of Economic Opportuni...
YBOR CITY — Ashley Furniture Industries Inc. officially announced Thursday that it will locate its global e-commerce headquarters, a training center and other administrative offices in Centro Ybor later this year....
TAMPA — Janet Dougherty, a businesswoman and favorite of the development community, will be the next director of the Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission. ...
TAMPA — Florida’s housing market had more sales, higher median prices, increased pending sales and more new listings in April, compared to a year ago, according to Florida Realtors. Sales increased by 17.9 percent year over year....
The opening of a new Walmart Supercenter on Hillsborough Avenue sparked a rush for jobs with more than 2,000 people applying for the 300 the new store is creating.
ST. PETERSBURG — Even the Sunshine City gets intermittent clouds.
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