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Milestones and changes at bay area companies

Financial

ProVise Management Group LLC, 611 Druid Road E, Suite 105, Clearwater, has been listed as the 76th-largest wealth-management firm in the country and the largest on the west coast of Florida by Financial Advisor magazine in its 2008 registered investment adviser rankings.

Legal

Foley & Lardner LLP, 100 N Tampa St., Suite 2700, Tampa, had the following practice areas included in the 2008 Chambers USA: American Leading Lawyers for Business guide: bankruptcy and restructuring; construction; corporate mergers and acquisitions; corporate mergers and acquisitions: private equity; insurance; labor and employment; real estate; and real estate zoning and land use.

Marketing

Pinstripe Marketing, 695 Central Ave., Suite 150, St. Petersburg, has been named the agency of record for Interlink Communications Systems. Pinstripe will provide a variety of marketing and communications projects for this VoIP and networking focused distribution company based in Clearwater.

Real estate

Cushman & Wakefield of Florida Inc., One Tampa City Center, Suite 3600, Tampa, announces that USAA Real Estate Co. sold Corporate Oaks & Centerpointe. The two buildings combined consist of 350,232 square feet of office space and sold for $47.3-million.

Technology

Bayshore Solutions, 600 N West Shore Blvd., Suite 700, Tampa, announces the launch of the new Web site for the Tutor's Academic Institute at http://www.TheTutors.net/; and the launch of the new Web site for Ultra Babies at http://ultrababies.com.

Elysium Internet Inc. announces the launch of a third professional directory call www.Pediatricians.com. The site provides visitors with a countrywide listing of pediatric physicians.

Sage Software, 888 Executive Center Drive W, St. Petersburg, announces that its Sage Abra HRMS division has launched its latest version of the company's Microsoft SQL server based human resources management system for mid-sized businesses and organization in North America.

>>bankruptcies

Chapter 7 liquidation

Apollo Construction & Engineering

Services Inc., P.O. Box 5848, Sun City Center. (8:08-bk-13177)

K.C.M.L. Inc., c/o Keith Leibring, president, d/b/a Forever Florida, d/b/a Island

Treasures, P.O. Box 66160, St. Pete Beach.

(8:08-bk-13343)

Suncoast General Stores Inc., c/o

Keith Leibring, d/b/a Suncoast Gifts &

Beachwear, P.O. Box 66160, St. Pete

Beach. (8:08-bk-13344)

The listed businesses have filed bankruptcy petitions in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Tampa. Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 7 filings are for companies whose assets are being liquidated to pay creditors. Chapter 11

is for businesses seeking to reorganize

while under bankruptcy court protection

from creditors.

Milestones and changes at bay area companies 09/07/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 3:58pm]
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