Survey: 7 in 10 Businesses Closed Office Spaces During PandemicA survey released Monday shows 7 in 10 businesses permanently closed some or all office spaces since the start of the pandemic.
Reese Witherspoon Sells Hello Sunshine Media Business For $900 millionReese Witherspoon sells hello Sunshine media business for $900 million.
USF Awarded For Focusing On Support Of Minority-Owned BusinessesIt’s been four years since the University of South Florida launched a program focusing local minority-owned businesses. As one of the largest economic drivers in this region USF is now being recognized nationally for their attention to detail on those businesses.
Tampa Bay Business Owners Celebrate International Women's DayA 110-year-old tradition was celebrated among groups all across Tampa Bay Monday. International Women’s Day was at the top of the list for hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners as these groups say they're 'choosing to challenge' themselves.
St. Pete Flower Shop Gets Much Needed Financial Boost Valentine's Day WeekendAs the pandemic continues, many local businesses still struggle to make ends meet, but this week, flower shops are getting a financial boost thanks to Valentine’s Day.
New Documentary Spotlights Plight Of Restaurants Amid PandemicNew documentary spotlights plight of restaurants amid pandemic.
Beyonce & Peloton's Multi-Year Deal Will Help HBCU StudentsBeyonce & Peloton's Multi-Year Deal Will Help HBCU Students.
Dr. Dre And Kanye West Declared Top-Earning Celebrity Business MogulsDr. Dre and Kanye West declared top-earning celebrity business moguls.
Florida Businesses Struggling With Increase In Chargeback FraudFlorida is ranked among the highest in the nation when it comes to reported cases of fraud. Experts are speaking up about scams which have led to chargebacks, ultimately hurting some Tampa Bay businesses. 
Revisions To Hillsborough County Face Covering Mandate Shifts AccountabilityHillsborough County business customers who don't follow the Emergency Policy Group's executive order requiring face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus may find themselves looking at a fine, while businesses that take specific actions to inform patrons about the order will not, in revisions made to the order by EPG members this afternoon.
Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'Beginning Friday, June 19 at 5:00 P.M., all businesses in St. Pete are required to have their employees wear masks/face coverings when in areas of the business open to the public.