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Area philanthropists to send 100 nonprofit executives to Harvard

Week long program focuses on new ideas to help run organizations.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

Growing region prepares for two new competing hospitals

Two planned hospitals in south Sarasota County will mean construction and competition in the years ahead. The leaders involved talk specifics.

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by: Grier Ferguson
Health Care

Actor visits area to film new show

A collaboration between Ringling College and Semkhor Productions led to the filming of "Sweet Jane" in Sarasota.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

US Green Building Council head visits area residential community

A sustainability leader traveled to Bradenton recently to acknowledge 100 homes that earned LEED Platinum certification.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

What They're Saying: JLL

Brokerage firm study finds Tampa area is one of nine established financial services centers in U.S.

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by: Kevin McQuaid
Commercial Real Estate

Apartment developer taps Cushman & Wakefield for retail parcels

Richman Group hires commercial brokerage firm to sell outparcels at planned Sarasota apartment site

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by: Kevin McQuaid
Commercial Real Estate

CRE Models mashing big data with commercial real estate

Company uses data analytics to help clients make the most of their properties

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by: Kevin McQuaid
Commercial Real Estate

Kingsway Country Club agrees to purchase by Allegiant

Travel company will incorporate golf club into planned Sunseeker Resorts Charlotte Harbor, plans to make it available only to members and resort guests.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

Software 'excelerates' fraud detection

A Naples businesswoman discovered a fraud detection software — only sold overseas — that transformed her company. Now she's the exclusive marketer of that software in the States.

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by: Andrew Warfield
Entrepreneurs

The burden of over-regulation remains a key threat

The environment for banks is better, but vigilance remains a necessity, says a top lobbyist.

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by: Columnist
Opinion

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