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Into the great o-zone: Navigating national opportunity zones

Thousands of neighborhoods are primed for an investment surge. Will a rising tide lift all boats, or will our poorest, least-educated communities be upended in the name of economic development?
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Tampa Bay home prices outpace income

Earnings in Tampa Bay are simply not keeping up with housing prices. According to a report from ATTOM Data Solutions, average earnings in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties fall considerably …
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Giving Back: Outback Bowl’s 2019 efforts to-date

Name of project: The Outback Bowl Charitable Giving Initiative has donated over $500,000 in 2019 to area nonprofit organizations throughout the Tampa Bay area and has committed to contributing at lea…
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TBBJ launches qualifying round for 2019 Battle of the Brews

The Tampa Bay Business Journal is on the hunt for the next great brewery — and one of them is already here in the Bay area. The 2019 Battle of the Brews qualifying round is up. Vote for your favori…
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Clearwater’s AmeriLife acquires majority stake in Illinois capital management firm

AmeriLife Group LLC, a Clearwater-based insurance marketing and brokerage firm, has acquired a majority interest in an Illinois capital management group. The deal with Brookstone Capital Management…
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Editor's Picks: Five things that happened while you planned a summer road trip

Eight Tampa Bay women business leaders have been named Athena Society officers.
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By the numbers: Construction pipeline continues to be robust, construction spending drives growth

Demand for nonresidential construction services remains elevated, the report said.
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Florida sees decade-long spike in business applications

The Sunshine State has been open for business. New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows the number of business applications in the state of Florida has increased by about 62 percent within the las…
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Tampa's e-scooter program kicks off with more than 50K rides, but not everyone is happy about it

From abandoned scooters affecting a local event venue to riders bumping into residents, there's a mixed bag of thoughts about e-scooters on Tampa's streets.
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After Google snub, Tampa's getting another chance at fiber network

Three years after Google dangled the carrot of fiber connectivity in Tampa then later took it away, the city will be getting a second chance. Colorado-based Zayo Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) an…
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The Tampa Bay Rays are not alone in stadium proposals that died

There's a long history of proposed venues that never happened, including several in Tampa Bay.
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Rays 2020 business leaders react to the dual-city concept

Tampa Bay Rays 2020 is still dedicated to its mission of keeping the team in Tampa Bay.
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With or without the Rays, Kriseman has the bases loaded for the redevelopment of Tropicana Field

The Rays’ fate in Tampa Bay may boil down to one question: What’s more enticing to St. Pete — keeping the entirety of the development revenue, or keeping pro baseball?
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New Hooters owners give the brand a homecoming of sorts

Local faces are behind a big recent deal in the restaurant industry.
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Clearwater investment firm could be first to take advantage of OZ funds in Tampa Bay area

The firm has three projects it’s gearing up for investment in Tampa, Clearwater and the Central Florida area.
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