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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The copious dope of all the dopes of the day on Am Tampa Bay and our job of the day. Yeah. You're gonna want to hear this. There's actually two dopes. Three people, two dopes in my mind. You can decide for yourself. A surrogate who carried a baby for a married couple has filed for joint custody of the child. After get this. She had an affair with the father. That's not how surrogacy works. This is a bad situation between the three. The three Apple If you will, a married couple in British Columbia was having trouble conceiving a child. And turned to a surrogate in 2016 and attempt an artificial insemination that failed. And now the surrogate says the father of the child eventually gave birth that she eventually gave birth to he convinced her to conceive the child. Naturally, so the surrogate claims the man said he would leave his wife and raise the baby with her if it works, so he decided he was going to have sex with the surrogate and create a natural birth. The natural baby here. That it did work that worked four years later, though he never eventually left his wife. He never went with the surrogate and the couple is still married. The surrogates now filed for joint custody of the child. The man claims that there didn't happen till after the baby was born still weird. You're a dope and and the surrogate as well for getting duped into this. He and his wife say the surrogate has asked for $100,000 and visitation rights if they refuse, And the judge said there's no precedent for this case, and he's barred the surrogate from visitation until the rules that I know the judgment is expected in January. Good. Let me throw in one other dope, whoever it is in the Biden administration. It says. We need to raise taxes and we'll start with corporate taxes. Whoever the dope is, it doesn't realize it doesn't hurt corporations at all. All they do is raise the cost of what we pay. Or whatever the corporations are selling or offering. They don't understand that and that has to be a real dope. Don't want to raise taxes on corporations, Three dopes of the Deo and back to back to back and looking at next year Stanley Cup already. How about that? 7 41 am Tampa Bay, Alexis, smaller from the Tampa Bay Business Journal. He'll join us next after traffic Now with John Thomas Nissan Traffic Center. We have an accident. The left.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Smart device to play W F L A on my heart radio. This is news radio. W F l A. It's 12. Minutes after six on a M. Champa Bai Um, this is something that I picked up from Tampa Bay Business Journal Online about how the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority Um, that would be T. Barda is taking action to determine whether an aerial gondola system of transportation across the region is feasible. And the this has been talked about for years. The idea of Ah gondolas systems connecting people to popular destinations around there, and the authority has now issued a request for proposals. Very qualified planning and engineering firm to conduct the Penelas aerial gondola feasibility study, which would examine to potential aerial gondola roots in the city of ST Petersburg in Clearwater. This was something was talked about in Clearwater a long time ago and going from downtown. Across the water to Clearwater Beach, and then they talked about running the gondolas all over Clearwater. Force these days, the Scientologists would have to okay and if they were going to do it Was a Scientologist pretty well run downtown Clearwater these day, and I wouldn't bet on that happened. Yeah, that might be a problem. But this one would perhaps have gondola roots in the city of ST Petersburg. Perhaps from downtown out to where the trap is now because they're talking about all of that development in the Trop in the Trop area. That it could become another place like downtown with restaurants and maybe hotels, and who knows what could end up there? But gondolas are commonly found in theme parks. They've got him a Parts of Disney world and I have written that one couple of times and ski resorts and of course, those go from mountaintop to mountaintop. They're pretty exciting. Typically, I don't travel fast. But they carry 10 or more passengers per cabin. And they offer 360 degree views and economically, the systems are typically Subsidized by tourists who pay a premium to ride him and cost a fraction. Of heavy or light rail systems. Ultimately, they're gonna have to get something more. Usable all over the Tampa Bay area. I need that gondola's arm or of something at attraction and more of a novelty. This my opinion would be great for tourists. Yeah, I don't think it's any form of transportation that people are going to be using regular know they still gotta look at light rail or Uh, some of the other. You know, it would be good if they would come up with some kind of system. That's new technology here. That hasn't been used yet, but Um they're ultimately going to have to do that. And It's going to cost a lot of money. But you're gonna enhance the attractiveness of the Tampa Bay area because we're one of the Few large Metro's didn't have AH, any kind of Public transportation system other than Busses, and of course they're spending. All this money on rapid transit bus is but a lot of people just don't like the ride Busses, whereas they will ride light rail. Or something like that. It's 6 15 and let's go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. Former President Trump's reportedly upset with his defense team after the first day of his impeachment trial. Political reports that Trump was aggravated while attorney Bruce Castor gave his opening argument trumps second impeachment trial started after the Senate approved its constitutionality, is accused of inciting the deadly protests on Capitol Hill last month. Winter Storm watches are in effect from Arkansas, The West Virginia as a polar vortex pushes severe weather into the U. S. Ice.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Some of these owns these safety zones that we've created, they're gonna have to keep moving and maybe see that firework show from from a distance, the safety zones will be in place through game day. This year's Super Bowl. Media events are being held online because of the pandemic, but still no shortage of questions for monks quarterback Tom Brady. He says he and the offense will have their hands full with the Kansas City Chiefs defense against a defense that Again. They make a lot of plays. They're very explosive to on defense, So that's why they're in this game. That's why they want it last year there All of the great teams in the NFL. The box lost to Kansas City, 27 2 24, and they're only regular season meeting on November 29th. We know most of Florida will be rooting for the Bucks in Super Bowl 55. But what about the rest of the country? According to Twitter, Data Research A majority of America wants to see Patrick Mahomes in the Kansas City Chiefs prevail on Sunday. Reports indicate that bet online dot eggy used Twitter's geo tagged data to measure the hashtags from each state. More than 200,000. Total tweets were measured chiefs won 33 states including just about all of the Midwest, while the Bucks 1 17. Map shows people in the Southeastern U. S supporting the Bucks as well as the New England area because of Tom Brady's history with the Patriots. Reid Shepherd News radio w F L A Here. The home team call with Jean Decker off and Company of Super Bowl 55 on 98 rock. Sunday afternoon pregame coverage Starting at 4 P.M.. It's 805 and news radio. W F L, A working from home is translated into longer workdays. We saw that at the start of the pandemic, and it appears to have become the norm in many countries in the U. S. The average workday has been extended by 2.5 hours, and according to data from virtual private network service provider Nord V. P. M teams, the same is true in the UK, Austria and Canada. Sarasota Telecommunications Company started star has new owners Ontario, Canada based Sangoma Technologies paid $437 million in cash and stock for starters star. The Tampa Bay Business Journal says single most shareholders will hold a special meeting in late March or early April to vote on the deal. Start. A star is more than 300 employees with more than 200 of those in the Sarasota area on this ground Hog Day, We may see something of a repeat of yesterday's big rally that saw the tech shares push The NASDAQ Up 2.5%. The Dow and S and people posted gains as well from Bloomberg..

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Has put together Ah, great. Cast of characters here for a M Tampa Bay 7 20, we got Alexis Moaner, the editor in chief of Tampa Bay Business Journal. But to talk about basically what's gonna be happening with the Tropicana Field territory. That's a huge area there. It's not just Tropicana Field in the parking lot, but it's All around that area used to be the old gas plant area many many years ago. Speaking there. What was the name of the The old arena that was downtown there that we were. I couldn't think of the name of yesterday. The Sun Coast have to look at it. I have it in my messages. So no worries. I do have it somewhere going to say, I can't believe I forgot it again. It was the Bayfront Center, the Bayfront center that was at the Bayfront Center. We've got. We heard it on the news here, Chris Trackman. But now the city of Tampa is going to be extending the city's mask order for fans that are going to celebrate the Super Bowl in the upcoming days week and a half here about two, of course, combat the covert 19 concerns. So even when you're outdoors is going to be areas specific outdoor areas where they're going to make you wear a mask. I'm sure down on in the parks. Curtis, six and and across the street here across the water there and What is it? I've forgotten the Julian be Lane Park. It's such a tough college, Jack. Because you obviously don't want the numbers to go up. You want to do our part, which we've been doing? I mean, I think here in Florida we've got it right. For the most part numbers have been going up across the board in all across the country. So you have to have some sort of normalcy but have the protocols in place. It's a tough call for Mayor Castor and company Rob Higgins. Because you want the money Tosu parole to generate money. You want people to come to town and have fun, But you also don't want this to become a super spreader event. Yeah, And I think she's making the right call. I mean, it's unfortunate that we got to do that. But you got so many people and you have no idea whether they've been vaccinated or whether they have a coven 19 or They could be spreaders of it, And it's just I think a good idea to have people wear the mask as much as I hate to wear him outdoors, but it's just as annoying as ever done. That's it. It's his annoying is everything's been jacking an armature works. You look it outside. Our mentor works anything. Why do I have to wear a mask out there? There's plenty of space, but That's a little uh, you know something we have to do to give up the concession to enjoy the Super Bowl experience. I'll do it and that is going to be necessary. By the way, this is interesting. Joe President Biden. Eyes announcing a ban on new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters and Uh, bars any new fracking on federal lands. Despite during the campaign, and I saw The videos of him saying it he was saying, I am not banning fracking. Let me say that again. I am not banning fracking. That was August 2020 during the presidential campaign. And he says, no matter how many times Donald Trump lies about me, I am not banning fracking. Yesterday. Ban fracking. That is just bizarre. And that's what politicians lying to get elected bazaar. Yeah, but it's just so funny. I mean, he was so adamant about. He got so angry when reporters were even asking me about it and trying to blame it on Trump never gets him. The win. I guess Trump's lying about may say what you gotta say to get you to the top of them. Take it all back. Yes, indeed. I was just kidding. What the head That's it when of Republican lives. It's a lie when a Democrat lies that's just Jimmy it 6 15 on a M Tampa Bay or am Champa Bai and we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. Senator Susan Collins is pushing her Senate colleagues to censure former President Trump instead of holding an impeachment trial of Republican from Maine was one of five GOP senators to vote for a trial earlier this week, but she believes there's not enough support for Trump to be convicted. Center means Trump would be condemned for his role in inciting violent riots of the U. S Capitol. January 6th that left five people dead. President Biden is expected to sign executive orders today to increase health care coverage. During the pandemic. Biden will temporarily reopened health insurance exchanges through obamacare help Americans who lost their coverage. Is also expected to make it easier for low income households to access Medicaid. A winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow in the Plains and Midwest on Wednesday, and a lot more snow and rain are on the way. Nebraska.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"September. I said, Look, Florida handled this summer. Well, we didn't tolerate it. But this this stuff is happening in our country. We just have to understand it and I don't care why you're doing it. You're not doing it here. The governor says he's not aware of any specific threats against Tallahassee. The superintendent of Hillsborough County schools didn't hold back when he told board members he proposed budget includes staff reductions, employee furloughs, and even some school closures is gonna be very difficult. We gotta have the crucial on difficult conversations. This is kind of this is the state of where we are with his World County Public schools Superintendent Edison Davis says expected covert relief funds are only a temporary fix. The board did make a final decision has not made a final decision yet on budget cuts. After the issue made little progress in the Legislature. Last year, there's a renewed effort to ban fracking in Florida, Senate Minority Leader Gary Farmer filed a bill that would ban hydraulic fracturing to extract oil and natural gas. The proposal also would ban a process known as matric Acid ization, which uses many of the same chemicals as in hydraulic fracturing farmers proposal comes after years of efforts by some lawmakers and environmentalists to prevent the possibility of fracking in Florida, but the legislature has rejected The proposed bands, including Bill's last year that cleared only one Senate committee and no house committees. John Conrad NewsRadio W F L A. The defending Stanley Cup champions opened their 2021 NHL season tonight and Amalie Arena without fans because the pandemic Have of a lightning head coach John Cooper says his players know every other team in the league is coming for them. I do know the guys are excited to play by. The guys are well aware that we're the defending champions and There's not gonna be an easy night for us. The bolt open the season against the Chicago Blackhawks Face off is at 8 P.m., and you can hear the game live on NewsRadio w F L, A starting with pre game Had seven. It's 705 and news radio. W F L A VISA won't be buying financial tech FIRM PLATT After all, a year after the payments network giant announced plans to buy plaid for more than $5 billion, and now says it doesn't see a way to overcome antitrust worries. The Justice Department sued to block the deal, claiming Visa was trying to eliminate an emerging threat to its online debit business. Which would result in higher costs. A couple of local brands will start appearing on Tampa Bay Lightning helmets now that the National Hockey League has allowing helmets, sponsors for the first time to make up for some revenue lost due to pandemic restrictions. The Tampa Bay Business Journal says Tampa General Hospital has sponsored the team's white away and practice helmets while copier and printing provider Dex Imaging will be worn on blue home uniforms, helmets and we find out this morning just how far down into our wallets we have to dig when we go shopping. Retail inflation is seen heating up last month, as gasoline prices rose at a time of year, They usually retreat. From Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS. Kfir NEWS radio. W F L A E got. Andy didn't very fast. Tessa is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. I was pregnant twice, and I had used prescription opioids both times. I knew that this was something I had to stop for the sake of our Children. And for myself, I'm more fulfilled today I ever have been in..

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To get a Corona virus vaccine. Governor De Santis in Bay County Sunday defended how the state has run the rollout doing 50 60,000 shots throughout the state of Florida. And we have throughput to do much more, and we're trying to get more vaccine, he says. The state has partnered with private companies, hospitals and churches, as well as county health departments to get people vaccinated, he says about 250,000, Florida senior citizens have gotten a shot. I'm John MC Weston Tampa Police are investigating a murder man was found near North Grady and West Osborne Avenue. Sunday afternoon. He was pronounced dead at the scene with upper body trauma. He's described as a Hispanic male in his mid fifties, and police are asking for help finding leads in the case. A man's dead after an accident at a Home depot in Pinellas County. It happened last night at a store in ST Petersburg on 22nd Avenue. North. Police say the man was making a delivery when he was hit by falling construction materials. An investigation is underway. The third time be the charm. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have to get past New Orleans that they want to fulfill the dream of playing the Super Bowl in their home field at Raymond James Stadium. Problem is, the Saints have crushed the Bucks two times already this season despite beating Washington 31 to 23 for their first playoff win since the Super Bowl season in 2003 quarterback Tom Brady says they still have things to work on. Not scorn enough from Red area probably is the thing that And bothers us. Mr two point play had other opportunities to score and just didn't quite take advantage. So move the ball. Okay. I think we had a decent yardage. But the other day it comes down to point Brady threw for 381 yards and two touchdowns. The Bucks have the Sunday night divisional playoff game kickoff set for 6 40 at the super villain in New Orleans. Fight for college football supremacy is going on in South Florida. Tonight. Hard Rock Stadium is gussied up for tonight's College football playoff national championship between number one Alabama and number three Ohio State the right event at the right time, Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau President Bill Talbert says already in 2021. We've been able to prove we can host safe and successful events amid a pandemic. It's going to pay off. We're going to get another championship game sooner than we would have gotten it normally because of how well this community has handled this Game. Hard Rock will host a college football semi final in December. Aircraft. REGUS Miami It's 705 at news radio w F L A It could generate some customer loyalty while saving stores some money. At the same time, a growing number of retailers are telling customers who want to return unwanted items to keep them even as the store's panned out a refund. The Wall Street Journal says Amazon, walmart and others They're using artificial intelligence to determine whether would cost more to process the return of inexpensive or large items. Rather than just let the customers keep the products while still giving out a refund. 19 sixties era motel in Tampa could soon make way for apartments as the head of Tampa developer Frontier Capital Group has purchased the 56 Room University in on Kennedy Boulevard, according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Frontier paid $3.5 million for the hotel with rooms that will be converted to studio and one bedroom apartments. As part of a $2.5 million renovation, and Wall Street may not add to Friday's gains that put all three of the big averages in record territory from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS CRA NEWS RADIO W F L A You reliable power from Novak keeps us connected to so many good things, lifesaving equipment and life affirming moments..

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A Publix and I know many people who shop here would be in our target age demographic of 65 enough. Appointments are required, and there's a link at the public's website. Florida CFO Jimmy Petronius is encouraging state lawmakers to pass a liability shield to protect small businesses from frivolous lawsuits. Small business are doing everything they can possible in order to ensure the doing right by the customers and their employees. They shouldn't be afraid and have fear of opening because of covert 19 litigation. More than 20. Other states have already passed some form of liability shield since the pandemic began. It's 705 and news radio. W F L A. There's plenty of confusion among many investors. As the New York Stock Exchange is considering reversing course a second time and again moved to D list three major Chinese telecommunications firms, The Big board is struggling to understand the ambiguities of the government's instructions in an executive order issued in November. Over cutting off U. S. Investment in companies tied to China's military. The shape of the labor market in December could help move stocks this morning with the latest on company payrolls. The expectation of economists surveyed by Bloomberg is for paycheck Company ADP to report just 75,000 private sector, jobs added and Macy's has sold off its West Gandy Boulevard property in south Tampa that houses the distribution center and one of its furniture gallery stores. The Tampa Bay Business Journal says California based L B A realty paid $32 million for the 39 acre property that Cushman and Wakefield, which represented Macy's in the sale, calls a prime redevelopment site. From Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS for news. Radio Wofl a cash in up flash.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Devastating to see it. It's hard for me to see it. Lopez says he's been able to talk with his brother, a student at USF. He says the family is getting help from Manatee County. Both father and son suffered severe burns in the explosion. ST Petersburg mayor wreck Kreismen is launching a new campaign to keep down covert 19 infections until vaccines arrive. He says his areas rate is among the lowest among Florida's big counties. He's blaming Tallahassee in Washington for the recent upticks, the state's phase three re opening and the sudden inability to enforce our individual mask mandate a swell as the confusion that followed. Proved to be too much even for our community. Kreismen says His race to safe campaign is the last chance to avoid more restrictions this winter. It's a campaign to get the focus back on mask wearing And social distancing. It started as an emergency move to keep restaurants from going under. But booze to go. Maybe here to stay in Florida than L S state Senator Jeff Brandis is sponsoring one of two bills allowing businesses with liquor licenses. To sell alcohol by the drink for offside consumption warm or is done the delivery. It allows you to do take out and get that bottle water beer mixed drink to go in a sealed container and take out orders as well. The proposal would require the liquid to be in a sealed container and it would have to be part of a food order. Seven or five and NewsRadio Wofl. A pandemic sparked migration to the suburbs has kept luxury homebuilder toll brothers quite busy contracts to buy its high end homes jumped 68% in the latest quarter, the highest for any quarter in the company's history, both in number and dollar value. The company says it's been able to increase prices that nearly all of its communities and that demand has remained very strong in the past six months. Developers are set to deliver one million square feet of new office space around Tampa Bay next year. But will that space be filled? The Tampa Bay Business Journal says, According to a survey by commercial real estate firm J L L. About 72% of employees want to continue working from home after the pandemic, and a majority want to do so, on average of two days a week. A recent report from Cushman and Wakefield suggests an increasing interest in small suburban office is in the wake of the pandemic. And after a mixed Monday, Wall Street opens for trading this Morning with the NASDAQ at a record high from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS crit is radio W F L A We.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We took a package from a porch in Lakeland and another woman who stole two packages from a winter Haven residents. We've seen more porch powers than normal during the year because of Cove. It That's not slow down. We anticipate that will only increase during the Christmas season. Sheriff Grady Judd says You could make more money reporting the thief than she made from the products he sold. It's 705 and news radio. W F L A pandemic toll on air travel has Southwest Airlines closer to doing something it never has and five decades of business as the company and its labor unions have failed so far to agree on how to cut $500 million in costs. Southwest is warning that involuntary layoffs around the way and the carrier says it may have to expand its list of furloughs by more than 6800 employees. With almost 7300 now at risk of being let go next year Jobs take center stage this morning as we get the November labor market report an hour before the opening bell. The forecast of economists and Bloomberg survey is for 475,000 jobs to have been added last month, and Publix is looking to replace its busy store at 36 15 West Gandy Boulevard in south Tampa. But the Lakeland based grocer doesn't give a time frame for the redevelopment. Tampa Bay Business Journal reports that plans filed with the city show the Rebuild store would be slightly smaller than the existing location from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS Kfir NewsRadio W F L A In a country where the color of your skin still dictates the care you receive. Nearly.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To the general public. Reid Shepherd News radio W F L A Tampa Police are investigating a serious of scams. Involving tricking grandparent's into sending money to con artists. Police say there were three incidents where scammers prey on the emotions of seniors convincing them their grandkids are in trouble. But in one case, the grand kid was Tampa Police officer Giron howl their low life that maybe that's the best way to put it. It's true lowlife. In hindsight, it is finding that they chose Grandfather with police. Also, I will tells news Channel eight, His granddad was told his son was in jail in Georgia for hitting a pregnant woman He needed to send $5000. But because he knew he was a cop. He didn't fall for the scam. Police, meanwhile, continue searching for the suspects. One of Florida's best known intersections is the scene of two deadly crashes. On the same day, Four people were killed in separate crashes, 12 hours apart near Yeehaw Junction at State Road, 60 and Kenansville Road. Highway Patrol says a 44 year old Georgia man died after hitting a pickup truck head on and in the first crash. Three people were killed when the driver of the SUV collided head on with a pick up while trying to pass another car. It's 805 at news radio. W F L A Once their travel starts to make a comeback, How would you feel climbing aboard a Boeing 7 37 Max says the long grounded jetliner gets back into the air later this month, American Airlines realizes it may take time to instill confidence in the plane that was involved in two fatal crashes. So it's offering its employees a chance to take five special charter flights, which have been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration. Meanwhile, Boeing has quietly separated the jobs of chief executive and chairman of the board after a shareholder votes supported a permanent split of those positions. It's a response to the criticism the company received following the max crashes. Now the board will elect a chairman from among the independent directors. A PS Pharmacy, which was acquired by Colorado based Belmar Farmers Solutions in May, is moving its headquarters from Palm Harbor to Odessa. The Tampa Bay Business Journal says the company has signed a lease for 22,000 Square feet in the Historia Corporate Center from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS critics Radio W F L A In a country where the color of your skin still dictates the care you receive..

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Fire in form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Mark lack, and this is business Rock stars are yesterday. Joining us is a serial entrepreneur, and his name is Jason Sullivan. Jason. This guy talking about Mark, It's great to see you again, Man. It's been a long time. So how do we identify those key people to help us grow our business? We'll mark it would all depend on what type of business that you want. Be in what type of vertical that you wish to begin. But the first thing that I ask people if they want to find the right people to help them grow their business, right is first thing is what he read. Write what your target's. Whenever you're looking for your prospects. Why is that? Why you want to know where they read? Well, The reason is because those publications that our industry specific are gonna have thought leaders in their particular space could be fast company for things like that. That's correct. Okay, business magazines, whatever Whatever industry leading magazine that it's out there, so think about what they read and then you can also go in finance publication. Start reading them call through them. You're going to see other people that Aaron near advertising, you're going to see the other thought leaders that are that are writing stories and publishing and whatnot, and also to see different events that are coming up. Which leads me to second to the next part is where they gather. All right. So what do they read and where they gather? What groups? Are there? Part of what events of the attending things like that? That's correct Associations, clubs. Even you could go to meet up right. There's a great place to meet other people with like minds and things like that. But the association and the experts at the Expos, especially the things that you need to be mingling and shaking hands and kissing babies, if you want, Teo All right, a lot of other ways that you can find people to. There's a really cool article. Our publications that are out there like the business journals. Two. Every single city or every single metropolitan area will have their own business journal. Like we have the Los Angeles Business Journal. They have a special list in there. That's a treasure trove for finding the right people who could help you grow your business or the advisers to you potentially, and it's called the business Book of list. Okay, the business journals free for anybody vocalist might cost you 10 bucks to go pick up or Not getting a description, right? Anyone could afford that. Anybody. Conforti? Yeah, Don't go and get a subscription in Los Angeles Business journal. If you're here locally in whatever city they're in and get a subscription, get that book a list. It'll show you all the top companies leading starting from number one all the way down to the top 30 or tough 50 or 100, depending on the list and industry specific and get in there and what I did when I wanted to get inside of right people in one of the companies that I had years ago I was in the Tampa Bay area, so I went in Tampa Bay Business Journal. I found all the top leading industry CEO. Those that I wanted to emulate that I want to learn from and what I did is I wrote letters to those individuals starting from the number one. So we started the top. It's always a lot different, starting in tough working away from the bottom up right, because somebody's always there trying to stop me on the way up, started the top and work your way down. Most people would think..

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Tampa extends outdoor dining program through end of October

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00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Tampa extends outdoor dining program through end of October

"Is extending its outdoor dining program through the end of this month. It allows bars, restaurants and retailers to expand outdoors by suspending certain code and permit requirements. Tampa Bay Business Journal says the program could become a regular thing with

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It'll show you all the top companies leading starting from number one all the way down to the top 30 or tough 1500, depending on the list and industry specific and get in there and what I did when I wanted to get inside the right people in one of the companies that I had years ago, I was in the Tampa Bay area, So I went in Tampa Bay Business Journal. I found all the top leading industry CEOs that I wanted to emulate that I wanted to learn from and what I did is I wrote letters. To those individuals starting from the number one. So we started the top. It's always a lot different, starting working away from the bottom up right because somebody's always there trying to stop you on the way up, started the top and work your way down. Most people would think. Hey, I should just try to go work my way up. You think of the opposite approach. Starting that started the very top. Okay, send your letter to the CEO and the VP of sales or whoever it is out there and copy each other so each other knows that they were topping. Okay, so that now the target who might be the V P of sales knows that their CEO got the letter and that they could be watching on where that what's taking place with that letter, And if there's a follow up, I like the little getting other people involved in that kind of sparked curiosity, So they want to keep paying attention to what's called the Circle of Leverage. Letter. I can't remember where I learned that a long time ago, so whoever your target is sent a letter to that individual. Right, send it to their to their subordinate might be bucking for the job sent it to their Pierre, who's jockeying with them for attention and send it to their boss, Senate all of them and make sure that all of them got copied in it, So everybody knows that they got it. Then they want to react to it. Because if you're if you're trying to pitch something, they don't know who you are. So why did they have a reason to care? Because they're getting a lot of different letters from a lot of different people, and I have gatekeepers and everything else that may be shuffling those letters and stacking them in a stack that may never Never get red. Unfortunately, so you gotta understand. Keep leverage. You gotta create leverage. We don't have any. So why does everybody care about they care about the relationships So I don't know who you are is a sales person. They care about the relationships within her company. So if you send that letter to them, their subordinate there appear in her CEO almost guarantee you they're gonna respond. You You've got this from a personal X times. You can't even count.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Rock stars Our guest today. Joining us is a serial entrepreneur, and his name is Jason Sullivan. Jason. This guy talking about Mark, It's great to see you again, Man. It's been a long time. So how do we identify those key people to help us grow? Our business market would all depend on what type of business that you want to be in on what type of vertical that you wish to be in. But first thing that I ask people if they want to find them. People who can help them grow their business. Right is first thing is what we read. Write what your target's Whenever you're looking for your prospects. Why is that? Why you want to know where they were? The reason is because those publications that our industry specific are gonna have thought leaders in their particular space. It could be fast company Forbes things like that. That's correct. Okay, business magazines, whatever whatever industry leading magazine that sits out there, so think about what they read, and then you can also go and find his publications. Start reading them call through them. You're going to see other people that are in their advertising. You're going to see the other thought leaders that are that are ratings. Tory's and publishing and whatnot, Then also, you're going to be different events that are coming up, which leads me to second place. The next part is where they gather. All right. So what do they read and where they gather? Like? What groups? Are there? Part of what event today? Attending things like that? That's correct Associations, clubs, Even you could go to meet up right. There's a great place to meet other people with like minds and things like that. But the association and the experts at the Expos, especially because of things that you need to be mingling and shaking hands and kissing babies, If you want to write a lot of other ways that you can find people to. There's a really cool article are public. Things that are out there like the business journals. Two. Every single city or every single metropolitan area will have their own business journal like we have the Los Angeles Business Journal. They have a special list in there. That's a treasure trove for finding the right people who could help you grow your business or be advisers to you potentially. And it's called the business vocalist. OK, the business journals free for anybody vocalist might cost you 10 bucks. We'll pick up a description, right? Anyone could afford that. Anybody. Conforti? Yeah. Don't go and get a subscription. Los Angeles Business Journal. If you're here locally in whatever city they're in, get a subscription. Get that book a list. It'll show you all the top companies leading starting from number one all the way down to the top 30 or tough 50 or 100, depending on the list and industry specific and get in there and what I did when I wanted to get started, right people in one of the companies that I had years ago I was in the Tampa Bay area, so I went in Tampa Bay Business Journal. I found all the top leading industry CEOs that I wanted to emulate that I wanted to learn from and what I did is I wrote letters. To those individuals starting from the number one. So we started the top. It's always a lot different, starting working away from the bottom up right because somebody's always there trying to stop you on the way up, started the top and work your way down, so people would think. Hey, I should just try to go work my way up. You think of the opposite approach. Starting early onset started the very top. Okay, send your letter to the CEO and the VP of sales or whoever it is out there and copy each of them so each other knows that they were copying. Okay, so that now the target who might be the V P of sales knows that their CEO got the letter and that they could be watching on where that what's taking place with that letter, And if there's a follow up, I like the little getting other people involved in that kind of sparked curiosity, So they want to keep paying attention to what's called the Circle of Leverage. Letter. I can't remember where I learned that a long time ago, so whoever your target is sent a letter to that individual. Right, send it to their to their subordinate might be bucking for the job sent it to their Pierre, who's jockeying with them for attention and send it to their boss Senate all of them and make sure that all of them got copied in it, So everybody knows that they got it. Then they want to react to it. Because if you're if you're trying to pitch something, they don't know who you are. So why do they have a reason to care? Because they're getting a lot of different letters from a lot of different people, and I have gatekeepers and everything else that may be shuffling those letters and stacking them in a stack that may never, ever get red. Unfortunately, so You gotta understand. Keep leverage. You gotta create leverage. We don't have any. So why does everybody care about they care about the relationships So I don't know who you are is a sales person. They care about the relationships within her company. So if you send that letter to them ere subordinate there appear in her CEO almost guarantee you.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That vocalist. It'll show you all the top companies leading, starting from everyone only down to the top 30 or tough 1500 depending on the list and industry specific. Get in there and what I did when I wanted to get inside the right people in one of the companies that I had years ago, I was in the Tampa Bay area. So with Tampa Bay Business Journal, I found all the top leading industry CEOs that I wanted to emulate that I wanted to learn from and what I did is I wrote letters to those individuals starting from the number one so we started the top. It's always a lot different, starting working away from the bottom up. Somebody's always there. Trying to stop me on the way up. Started the top and work your way down. Most people would think. Hey, I should just try to go. Work my way up. You taking the opposite approach? Starting early Onset started the very top. Okay, Send your letter to the CEO and the VP of sales or whoever it is out there and copy each other so each other knows that they were copying. Okay, so that now the your target who might be the V P of sales knows that their CEO got the letter and that they could be watching on where that what's taking place with that letter, And if there's a follow up, I like letting other people involved in that kind of sparked curiosity, So they want to keep paying attention to what's called the Circle of Leverage. Letter. I can't remember where I learned that a long time ago, so whoever your target is sent a letter to that individual. Right, send it to their to their subordinate might be bucking for the job sent it to their Pierre, who's jockeying with them pretension and send it to their boss. Send it all them and make sure that all of them got copied in it. So everybody knows that they got it. Then they want to react to it. Because if you're if you're trying to put something, they don't know who you are. So why did they have a reason to care? Because they're getting a lot of different letters from a lot of different people. And I have gatekeepers and everything else that may be shuffling those letters and stacking them in a stack that may never, ever get red. Unfortunately, so You gotta understand. Keep leverage. You gotta create leverage. We don't have any. So why does everybody care about they care about the relationships so they don't know who you are is a sales person. They care about the relationships within her company. So if you send that letter to them, their subordinate there appear in her CEO almost guarantee you they're gonna respond. You You've done this from a personal experience. Sometimes you can't even count works here. Launch for newer Jason Solomon's joining us. We're talking about how to get in front of the right people to grow your business. We're here.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Heart rate because you know we've worked so hard to get to where we are now and I don't think anybody's life in danger is the way to go okay tells news channel eight people have a right to protest but not to steal or destroy people's property governor de Santis is extending the ban on evictions for renters in Florida economically strained by the impacts of the corona virus the governor signing the executive order just hours before the freeze is set to expire at midnight those who have not been able to pay are being reminded they will need to pay back rent or face eviction eventually a disturbing trend emerges in the number of people who have died from the corona virus in Florida more than half of the twenty four hundred coronavirus related deaths statewide involved residents and workers at long term care facilities since the outbreak of the disease nursing home and assisted living facility residents have been deemed the most vulnerable to the virus by the governor and state health officials facilities are rapidly saw dozens of patients test positive adresa virus back to workers were infected and not taking proper precautions when showing up to care for others Felix Vega newsradio WFLA it's eight oh six as they try to adapt to the new normal with the collapse of air travel a couple of big airlines are outlining plans to get smaller while avoiding forced layoffs southwest reportedly is offering buyout packages and temporary paid leaves to workers writers says packages include partial pay and benefits meanwhile delta says it has twenty three hundred more pilots than it needs and is looking at all options to minimize furloughs the nasdaq stock market is going where no trader has gone before marking the public private partnership between NASA and SpaceX are the first commercial human space launch last Saturday the nasdaq opening bell will be rung virtually from the international space station and the university of Tampa has raised more than a quarter million dollars to be applied mostly to student scholarships for the upcoming fall UT vice president Keith Todd tells the Tampa Bay business journal the rise in joblessness increases the need for assistance from Bloomberg I'm Steve potus cover newsradio WFLA.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To reunite with Tom Brady asking questions all the time I was gonna opportunities throughout the whole retirement to come back it which which is which is special and have definitely blessed to have those opportunities the former patriots teammates will look to recapture their connection that helped them earn three Super Bowl rings together after a cut retiring in twenty eighteen Gronkowski says he's about to twelve to fifteen pounds lighter than his normal playing weight will be thirty one years old next month for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab of the latest news and information it's seven oh four at newsradio WFLA stock traders have their eyes on the latest news on the job market the weekly check on new applications for unemployment benefits may show signs of trending down but with more than four million new claims forecast the situation remains grim if the numbers hold true that would mean more than two eighty five million people of lost jobs over the past five weeks the Wall Street is looking at that but it's also still focused on oil prices while crude oil is extending its recovery after falling to less than worthless earlier this week it does remain well below targeted levels reflecting a struggling oil market and by extension economy a new report from the Tampa Bay regional planning council suggests the Tampa Bay area is going to take longer to recover from the corona virus impact than most areas according to the Tampa Bay business journal the report says the region is dependent on tourism and social distancing will mean devastating impacts to Florida's eighty six billion dollar hospitality industry from Bloomberg I'm Steve potus for newsradio WFLA I heart media no small businesses across the country are facing new challenges.

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"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tampa bay business journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On the first level of the garage city officials say the bikes are a great way to get around traffic congestion on saying ornaments in Sarasota other barrier islands the city may expand bike share options elsewhere depending on the success of the pilot program precocial newsradio WFLA of Pinellas county teacher is done to be recognized as a stand out among his peers that's what David Martinez Cooley said last night after being named the county's teacher of the year in a ceremony in Saint Petersburg the forty six year old teaches music in math a clear waters lately Davis elementary school for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain did not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts it's eight oh five eight newsradio WFLA Facebook's growth is slowing while sales increased twenty five percent of the closing three months of last year to a record high that was the slowest ever quarterly sales growth for the social media giant but Microsoft may be on cloud nine today as it says your cloud computing business help to push its quarterly profit to eleven and a half billion dollars and a ten straight quarter of double digit sales growth speaking of tech Tampa is among the worst metros when it comes to technology salaries tech career market plays dice ranks Tampa last of twenty on the list with an average of eighty eight thousand seven hundred fifty three dollars last year the Tampa Bay business journal says that's down more than eight percent from twenty eighteen the average tech salary of the U. S. last year was ninety four thousand dollars one and a third percent from twenty eighteen where is the corona virus will keep a lid on future growth in the US China and worldwide has stock futures pointing down this morning for newsradio WFLA on Steve potus with the Bloomberg business update thank you done your family a favor by buying a time share you need my help hello I'm Chuck McDowell CEO and founder of Wesley.

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