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Linda Kleindienst Explains Her View on The Change of Online Business

An idea as to why physical stores are closing down so rapidly.

From the Publisher

How We Survived 'The Death of The Print Industry'

Brian Rowland shares the accomplishments on "our winning team"

850 Business Magazine Video

Digital Flipbook

 
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Featured Articles

Funeral Homes & Cemeteries' Main Goal

Without Incentives, There’s No Business for Show Business

The Mercedes of Horses

Accomplished equestriennes, trainers and entrepreneurs, the mother-daughter team of Henrietta and Robin Ratliff have won national and international recognition for themselves and their Madison County ranch, where they breed and train Paso Fino horses.
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Special Reports

Celebrating 100 Years of Community

Celebrating 100 Years of Community

Pensacola and the U.S. Navy have a 100-year partnership that has resulted in the Department of Defense pumping $6.7 billion into the local economy each year.
Beyond the Beach

Beyond the Beach

It’s more than just the beach that brings tourists here. With a new tagline of “Loved by explorers since 1559,” Pensacola is luring in visitors with its history, culture and revitalized downtown.
A Question of Access

A Question of Access

Four major health systems provide medical care for the Pensacola area, giving top notch local care with new-age technology, techniques and practices.
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Archive » Small Business

On Demand

On Demand

Podcasts are growing in relevance and popularity among consumers and even advertisers.
Cheers!

Cheers!

Behind the locked doors, deep in a concrete bunker, the employees of Coaxis are battling digital thieves and saving business owners millions of dollars and a lot of sleepless nights.
Gone in Seconds

Gone in Seconds

From Shack to Biological Supply House

From Shack to Biological Supply House

Celebrating 50 years in business, Panacea’s Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories has come far from its start-up days in a ramshackle shack. Today it’s an internationally known biological supply house.
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Archive » Regional News

New Businesses From Destin to Tallahassee

New Businesses From Destin to Tallahassee

Sound Bytes- February/March

Sound Bytes- February/March

Check out who's making headlines locally in Northwest Florida.
Having Deja Brew?

Having Deja Brew?

Deja Brew Coffee Shop in Panama City Beach makes sure its coffee beans are fresh roasted — and some even come from owner Jerry Williams’ own Costa Rican farm.
An Office Site to See and Be Seen

An Office Site to See and Be Seen

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Archive » Politics + Government

Living a Dream

Living a Dream

The behind-the-scenes story of Raimund Herden, the visionary behind Bluewater Bay who has lived the American dream.
Crist v. Scott

Crist v. Scott

Gov. Rick Scott and his challenger, former Gov. Charlie Crist, talk about their vision for Northwest Florida’s economic development.
Legislature Gives Business 'So-So'

Legislature Gives Business 'So-So'

When the Legislature adjourned and went home in May, what did lawmakers do to make life better for business?
Florida Legislature Approves Measures to Help Economic Development

Florida Legislature Approves Measures to Help Economic Development

When the Legislature went home, this is what they did for — and to — business.
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Opinion

Big Giving For Small Nonprofits

Big Giving For Small Nonprofits

What do you want your legacy to be? Give some thought now to paying it forward long after you’re gone.
The Seven W.A.R.N.I.N.G. Signs of Career Distress

The Seven W.A.R.N.I.N.G. Signs of Career Distress

Learn how to recognize the seven warning signs of career distress and how to quickly combat them.
A Fighter Goes to School

A Fighter Goes to School

In an unusual job-training move for Bay County students, a retired F-15 fighter jet gets new life as a teaching tool at Haney Technical Center, thanks to Frank Stephens and Tyndall Air Force Base

Film Industry Incentives

850 shared in the Feb/March issue that Florida is losing TV and film projects because the film industry tax incentive program has dried up. The state Legislature is being asked to put money back into the fund. Is this the right move for Florida?

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  • TalTech Alliance's TechExpo 2015: Evolve

    2015.04.02

    Startup companies, business leaders and aspiring students will have the opportunity to attend the eighth annual TechExpo, presented by the...

  • A Day of Dialogue

    2015.04.10

    A Day of Dialogue speaker series continues on April 10 with Gwen Graham, U.S. Representative. Featured speakers are...

  • Jazz for Justice

    2015.04.19

    Jazz for Justice will feature regional and national musicians on three stages situated on Adams Street in downtown Tallahassee from 4-7...

  • Mint Jubilee

    2015.04.30

    Come join the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council and its supporters at the beautiful Barkley House in historic downtown Pensacola for the Mint...

  • A Day of Dialogue

    2015.05.15

    A Day of Dialogue speaker series continues on May 15 with Kim Rivers, Principal, Inkbridge. Featured speakers are accomplished women...

  • Tallahassee Announces Beach Boys Amphitheater Concert

    2015.05.15

    The Beach Boys Bring “Good Vibrations” to Tallahassee's Capital City Amphitheatre  Summer arrives here a...


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