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Staff cutbacks by newspapers, radio and TV stations across the state hurt us all.
Soundbytes: Business updates from around the 850
New beginnings, name changes, local honors and appointments by Gov. Scott
A Conversation with Florida Senate President Don Gaetz
The Niceville Republican talks about his career, his hopes for Northwest Florida and what he hopes to accomplish over his two-year term at the Senate's helm.
Kimberley K. Yablonski
Pensacola: The Upside of Florida
Public and private leaders join forces to breathe a new economic vitality into Pensacola.
Marianna's Battle for Family Dollar
Why a Fortune 500 company agreed to build a $50 million distribution center amidst miles of cotton fields.
Wendy O. Dixon
Crum's Mini-Mall changes with the times
Ronald Fred Crum survives by reading the tea leaves and going with the economic flow.
Motorcycle rallies buoy Panama City Beach's shoulder seasons
Thunder Beach roars into town twice a year, bringing plenty of friendly bikers and lots of cash to local businesses.
Women compound time and dollars to strengthen communities
Businesswomen across the Emerald Coast are joining forces — and checkbooks — to make a big IMPACT in their communities.
Who is writing the news?
Recession's impact still being felt in how state government news does (and doesn't) get into your hands.
How to assure customers your business hires only legal workers
Using E-Verify could boost your business image if your customers know your workers are legal.
Elizabeth Ricci and Tisha Crews Keller
Have a plan for collecting on unpaid client bills
Some tips on how to collect on your accounts receivable without calling Tony Soprano.
Learn how to protect your business from false Internet attacks
Your company has been skewered online by a dissatisfied customer — now what do you do?
You're Fired! How to deal with problem clients
Every small business has a screamer, a late payer, a Mr. or Ms. Picky for a client. Here's the best way to handle them.
Northwest Florida is Poised for Growth
Gray Swoope, Florida's Secretary of Commerce and the CEO of Enterprise Florida, talks of job creation and state/local partnerships.
Lack of communication is a recipe for disaster
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