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Tampa's laser hair removal company Ideal Image having an image problem

Ideal Image Development, a Tampa company that calls itself an "industry leader'' in laser hair removal, is being nicked on two flanks – by an aggressive competitor and by the consumer column …

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On verge of elections, ten issues that will drive the Tampa Bay economy

From Tuesday's key election choices to signs of critical mass in downtown Tampa, here are ten hot topics to watch in Tampa Bay's quest to advance its regional economy. 1. Tuesday's electi …

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Starbucks to offer delivery in 2015

Want to avoid the morning rush at the local Starbucks? No problem, Chief Executive Howard Schultz said. Starbucks will deliver. Schultz announced that, starting in the second half of 2 …

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  1. Tampa's laser hair removal company Ideal Image having an image problem

    Business

    Ideal Image Development, a Tampa company that calls itself an "industry leader'' in laser hair removal, is being nicked on two flanks – by an aggressive competitor and by the consumer columnist of one of the nation's largest newspapers.

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  2. On verge of elections, ten issues that will drive the Tampa Bay economy

    Business

    From Tuesday's key election choices to signs of critical mass in downtown Tampa, here are ten hot topics to watch in Tampa Bay's quest to advance its regional economy.

  3. McDonald's tries to jolt business with McCafe

    News

    CLEARWATER

    While working for a Los Angeles bank in the 1980s, Juan Vazquez put together a commercial lending program for McDonald's restaurant owners. He liked McDonald's so much that he left the banking business and bought a franchise himself.

    Clearwater McDonald’s owner Raphael Vazquez stands in his new restaurant on Monday (10/27/14) at 2871 Gulf to Bay Boulevard in Clearwater. The restaurant is offering McCafé products -- coffee-house-style food and drink items -- for sale at the restaurant.
  4. Starbucks to offer delivery in 2015

    Retail

    Want to avoid the morning rush at the local Starbucks?

  5. There's still time to nominate your company for the 2015 Top Workplaces

    Business

    Love your job?

    If so, there's still time to nominate your company for the Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces 2015 edition — our sixth annual survey of the best places to work.

    CAPTION: (St. Petersburg) Times reporter Chris Tisch October 12, 2005.   STORY SUMMARY:  (Times photo by Bob Croslin)





  6. Sale of Tampa office building one of biggest in Florida history

    Real Estate

    TAMPA — In one of the largest commercial office transactions in Florida history, the 38-story One Tampa City Center has sold for $128.13 million.

    The sale of the 38-story One Tampa City Center, also known as the PNC Bank Building, is one of the largest transactions in state history.
  7. Tom James of Raymond James Financial commits up to $75 million for art museum

    Visual Arts

    Tom James has been talking for almost 10 years about founding a museum to house his vast art collection without having any specific plans.

    Until now.

    Tom James’ art collection is primarily known for its Western and wildlife art. About 400 of the best examples in that genre would make up the permanent collection he would give to the museum.
  8. Copa Airlines CEO says a good holiday could lead to daily Tampa flights year-round

    Airlines

    TAMPA — Copa Airlines CEO Pedro Heilbron said that a successful winter holiday for his airline flying from Tampa International Airport could help decide whether Copa will fly daily from Tampa to Latin America year-round.

  9. Tea Party leader roils the far right with clean energy stance

    Energy

    It took less than 24 hours for conservative media to sound the alarm over tea party leader and Green Tea Coalition founder Debbie Dooley's decision to speak out at Wednesday's "Pitchfork Protest" in St. Petersburg against Duke Energy and its attempts to squelch alternative energy in Florida.

    Debbie Dooley, Green Tea Party co-founder, passes out plastic pitchforks at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s “Pitchfork Protest” on Wednesday outside Duke Energy Florida’s headquarters in downtown St. Petersburg.
  10. Level 3 Communications replacing Jabil on S&P 500

    Markets

    Jabil Circuit is falling off the S&P 500 list of large-cap stocks and being replaced by another company with Tampa Bay ties: Level 3 Communications Inc.