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FIs it time to cancel your favorite celeb?

We live in a social media age where most people aren’t afraid to ‘cancel’ celebrities if they don’t agree with their actions or views. Fast Company asks New Yorkers where they draw the line.

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TransPerfect Adds Two New US Locations In Hartford And Tampa

HARTFORD, Conn. and TAMPA, Fla. and NEW YORK, March 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — TransPerfect, the world’s largest provider of language and technology solutions for global business, today announced its two newest office openings: Hartford, Connecticut and Tampa, Florida.

With the addition of these two locations, TransPerfect now maintains physical offices in 50 cities in the Americas in addition to its 50+ offices across more than 30 countries worldwide.

Hartford is the headquarters location for Fortune 500 members Aetna, Hartford Financial Services, and Eversource Energy. Other notable organizations like United Technologies, Stanley Black & Decker, and Carrier Corporation operate from Hartford suburbs.

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How do sports stadiums impact real estate?

At an anticipated cost of $892 million, the proposed ballpark in Ybor City, Florida, for the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team would have just 28,216 seats, making it the smallest in the major leagues. But the stadium looms large for housing in the area, according to a report by Tex-X.

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Port Tampa Bay President/CEO Paul Anderson Receives 2018 Economic Leader of the Year Award

TAMPA, Fla., June 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — On May 21, The Economic Club of Tampa awarded Port Tampa Bay President/CEO Paul Anderson with its “Economic Leader of the Year Award” at its 2018 Florida Economic Forum Luncheon at the Armature Works.

Paul Anderson, Port Tampa Bay President/CEO Receives 2018 Economic Leader of the Year Award

“I am truly honored to receive this award,” said Anderson at today’s event. “I’ve always been impressed by the outstanding work of the Economic Club of Tampa, and so I am deeply grateful for this recognition.”

Anderson has served as President/CEO of Port Tampa Bay since January 2013...

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Additional Information About 1104 Alicia Ave, Tampa, FL 33604

1104 Alicia Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
1104 Alicia Ave, Tampa, FL 33604

2 Full Bathroom(s)
Lot Size Square Feet: 19761

*School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the school or district directly.

Year Taxes Land Additions Total Assessment 2017 $5,197 $66,343 + $218,324 = $284,667 2016 $4,839 Price Not Available + N/A = $201,638 2015 $4,406 Price Not Available + N/A = $183,307

The price and tax history data displayed is obtained from public records and/or MLS feeds from the local jurisdiction. Contact your REALTOR® directly in order to obtain the most up-to-date information available.

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Ron DeSantis lives in government housing (when he’s in Washington)

Rep. Ron DeSantis glances at the tv as he returns to his office after changing into more comfortable clothes for the evening. He will sleep on the couch later. [Andre Chung | For the Tampa Bay Times]

U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, the leading Republican candidate for Florida governor, is in his office sitting on a black, faux leather couch in T-shirt and gym shorts, a fuzzy grey blanket and pillow at his side. He is pouring over papers, and a DO NOT DISTURB door knob sign dangles outside his door to keep the janitorial crew from barging in as he snoozes.

He looked more like a beleaguered spouse booted from his house than the constitutionally elected voice of 700,000 Floridians in Daytona Beach and northeast Florida.

Depressing as it sounds, this is how DeSantis and dozens of other members of Cong...

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Hawaii lava crosses highway, flows into ocean

Officials on Hawaii’s Big Island say lava from an erupting volcano has crossed a highway and flowed into the ocean. The highway has shut down in some spots, and residents in the area have been evacuated. (May 20) AP

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Inside Mosaic’s search for corporate real estate in Tampa – Tampa Bay Business Journal

The Mosaic Co.’s relocation of its corporate headquarters to Hillsborough County will be a win for a landlord in the Tampa area.

The phosphate giant’s real estate search is in the preliminary stages, and office space across the county is in the running, Ben Pratt, Mosaic’s vice president of corporate public affairs, told the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

“We are considering downtown Tampa as well as our existing office buildings in FishHawk and Highland Oaks,” Pratt wrote in an email.

Pratt said the size of Mosaic’s Florida headquarters is to be determined, though it’s rumored in commercial real estate circles to be looking for 30,000 square feet...

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Danny Rice to lead Colliers Orlando – Orlando Business Journal

Colliers International has brought a native Floridian millennial on board to lead its offices in Central and Southwest Florida, as well as Tampa.

Danny Rice, 34, is the managing director in charge of those markets for Colliers, the real estate firm said Monday. Ryan Kratz, who was overseeing those regions as well as serving as Colliers statewide president, will focus exclusively on that role.

Lee Arnold, who founded the firm that became Colliers International Central Florida, remains executive chairman of Colliers Florida. Arnold, who had a licensing agreement to use the Colliers name, sold Colliers Arnold to the corporate parent in 2016.


Danny Rice, managing director, Colliers International in Central and Southwest Florida and Tampa

Rice will be based in Orlando, and will make fre...

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Adam Duvall looks to break out of slump, adjust to pitchers

Romano gave up three hits and one run in the Reds win. The Enquirer/John Fay

Adam Duvall is hopeful that his first-inning home run against the Miami Marlins on Friday night was a sign of progress.

Maybe a chance to turn the page on an abysmal start to the season at the plate. He was hitless in his previous nine at-bats. After hitting 30-plus home runs in the past two seasons, he’s up to five in 31 games.

“It felt good to just barrel up a ball,” said Duvall, who entered Saturday night with a .167 batting average and .380 slugging percentage.

Duvall extended his arms on a 90 mph fastball from Marlins starter Wei-Yin Chen, lifting the ball over the wall in right-field for an opposite-field home run. He hit five homers to right field last year.

“I haven’t been able to really drive the ba...

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