Rejuvenated Florida shoppers are expected to increase spending on gifts this season at a faster pace than the rest of the country, according to the Florida Retail Federation's annual forecast. …
TAMPA — The groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for Tampa International Airport's $943 million construction project marked the start of a massive transformation. It will change the way people w …
In the netherworld of consumer debt, there are zombies: bills that cannot be killed even by declaring personal bankruptcy.
NEW YORK — This year's flurry of corporate mergers may not pay off for shareholders in the long run, but one thing is for sure: The bosses who are selling their companies will do just fine.
ST. PETERSBURG — When Locale Market opens mid-December in the newly launched Sundial complex, it will be a game changer.
"4.7 million people have lost their insurance in 32 states" due to Obamacare.
TAMPA —The Acunto wood-fired oven needed to cure slowly, a log loaded into its maw once in a while as the exterior wept moisture, rivulets pooling on Ava's floor. In all likelihood, the Italian-made pizza oven would weep for 14 days until it was ready for use.
There's little debate that Florida's economy is improving.
Head to the malls if you'd like.
There's plenty of selection, of course. It may infuse you with holiday spirit. And you can wait in line for a few hours to sit on Santa's lap if that's your thing.
It's tougher today than ever before to buy gifts for a member of another generation. Older adults struggle with what kind of boop-bop-beep-bop machine to get for the kids. Meanwhile, the younger generations must try to figure out if a $400 iPad for Grandma would change her life or collect dust in the dumbwaiter. The …
BY JEFF HARRINGTON • Times Staff Writer
A long-term project to recruit a brand name corporate headquarters here took a key, early step Thursday when survey results capturing the perceptions of this area by 350 CEOs and senior executives nationwide were delivered to local business and political leaders.