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Jumbotron coming to Garden?

July 10, 2017

Quint Studer told Inweekly that the Studer Properties plans to reveal its plans for the SunTrust building on the corner of Garden and Spring streets on July 23. “It won’t be all of it. It’ll be…

Business

Studer: keeping employees motivated [podcast]

June 30, 2017

Quint Studer discussed this week on “Pensacola Speaks” how not demotivate your high-performing employees. “It’s common for a top leader to say the employees are the most important people or that they are the lifeblood of…

Business

Chris Hart joins Florida TaxWatch

June 28, 2017

Chris Hart, who abruptly left Gov. Rick Scott’s embattled economic-development agency earlier this year, landed Wednesday at a Tallahassee-based think tank best known for its annual list of state budget “turkeys.” Florida TaxWatch, a business-backed research…

Business Pensacola

DIB seeks input on downtown parking

June 27, 2017

By Sammi Sontag INWEEKLY With downtown Pensacola growing rapidly there has been a burning need to increase parking and the Downtown Improvement Board and Structured Parking Solutions held a public forum to kick-off the project, Tuesday…

Business Caring

First Tee opens Goofy Golf course tomorrow

June 26, 2017

The 36-hole former “Goofy Golf” miniature golf course in Warrington is opening to the public June 27 at 10 a.m. The First Tee of Northwest Florida acquired the property in spring 2016 as its headquarters and…

Business

IRIS raises Series B funding

June 22, 2017

Intelligent Retinal Imaging Systems, Inc. (IRIS), the industry leader in early detection systems for diabetic eye disease, today announced the company successfully closed a round of Series B financing. The round was led by Ballast Point…

Business

Chamber postpones open house

June 20, 2017

From the Greater Pensacola Chamber: Due to approaching inclement weather, the Chamber has postponed its Open House and Ribbon Cutting to Wednesday, July 12th from 4-7 p.m.…

Business

Scott uses new weapon in jobs mission

June 19, 2017

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Gov. Rick Scott on Monday morning hadn’t formally received a bill, negotiated during the final hours of a special legislative session, that will give him $85 million to…