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Bigger Sunday Business section debuts Feb. 20

Bigger Sunday Business

Good news: A bigger and more robust Sunday Business section debuts Feb. 20.

As always, you'll get award-winning coverage of the economy and local business community. But we're also adding a new package of features focusing exclusively on jobs. This section — called JobsLink — will provide a healthy dose of useful workplace and career advice, plus hundreds of employment, training, legal and business ads.

The meatier Sunday package will boast new graphics and frequent Q&As with top business leaders.

There is also a change that may disappoint some readers: We're dropping two pages of stock listings. We'll continue to run a weekly market roundup and updates on top local companies. But with most investors now going online for stock quotes, and with the price of paper soaring, we're focusing on information that's not so easy to find elsewhere.

Those looking for a way to track their favorite stocks may want to try tampabay.com/stocks.

We think these changes will allow us to give readers a better, richer, more relevant Sunday Business report. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Have a question? Contact business editor Graham Brink at gbrink@sptimes.com or (727) 893-8406.

Bigger Sunday Business section debuts Feb. 20 02/12/11 [Last modified: Saturday, February 12, 2011 3:31am]
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