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INYR: Valentine’s Day disasters, Minimum wage and Crowdfunding

INYR: Valentine’s Day disasters, Minimum wage and Crowdfunding

On IN Your Head Radio, we have author Christie Schroeder on at 11:05. Christie is the author of the book "How to Really Win or Lose a Guy in 10 Days." We will talk about Valentine's Day disasters and will take callers. President Obama promised in his State of the Union address that he would [...]

Radio Free Pensacola Launch Party: We just don’t know what will happen next

Radio Free Pensacola Launch Party: We just don’t know what will happen next

Radio Free Pensacola (RFP) started as casual conversation between three friends. For Nick Zangari, owner of the New York Nick’s, RFP offered the former disc jockey, who once managed The Dock and did the midnight show for TK 101, to play the tons of vinyl records, CDs, cassette tapes and eight [...]

ECAT reports fourth quarter ridership up

ECAT reports fourth quarter ridership up

Representatives from Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) have announced that the system gave a total of 403,612 rides in the fourth quarter of 2013. This reflects an almost four percent increase over 2012 numbers for the same period. These numbers indicate the use of public transportation in [...]

House of Sticks: What’s the remedy

House of Sticks: What’s the remedy

Nine major financial firms collapsed during the 2007-09 timeframe and, according to retired Fed Chairman Bernanke, 12 out of the 13 largest financial firms were in critical condition. Could a retail mortgage crisis have caused such a ruckus? Heavens no, but the concept of firms attempting to [...]

Mary Gutierrez elected president of Florida Association of Environmental Professionals

Mary Gutierrez elected president of Florida Association of Environmental Professionals

The Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (FAEP) recently held annual elections for the Executive Committee and new At-Large Board Members. President: Mary Gutierrez, Earth Ethics, Inc. Pensacola Vice President: Amy Guilfoyle, PPM Consultants, Inc. Orlando Treasurer: Tim [...]

UWF names Michael Myhre as the New Florida SBDC Network State Director

UWF names Michael Myhre as the New Florida SBDC Network State Director

FSBDCN State Office: The Florida SBDC Network is pleased to announce the University of West Florida's selection of Michael W. Myhre as the new Network State Director. In this role, Myhre will lead the statewide network of more than 40 offices and close to 250 employees, providing strategic vision [...]

Gulf Coast Lionfish Coalition plans first round up for May 1-4

Gulf Coast Lionfish Coalition plans first round up for May 1-4

The Gulf Coast Lionfish Coalition is an organization dedicated to raising funds for the sake of sponsoring events that directly mitigate the Lionfish invasion in the Gulf of Mexico. See its Facebook page. The inaugural Gulf Coast Lionfish Round Up is set for May 1-4. See Round one flyer The [...]

City attorney gets ‘independent’ opinion on airport food concessions lease

City attorney gets ‘independent’ opinion on airport food concessions lease

The Pensacola City Council contemplated last month extending the current least of the city's airport food concessions vendor, Varona's, for the time necessary for Mayor Ashton Hayward to issue new RFP and make another recommendation to the council. City Attorney Jim Messer asked for an outside [...]

Local Susan O’Conner appointed to Florida SBDC Advisory Board

Local Susan O’Conner appointed to Florida SBDC Advisory Board

The Florida SBDC Network announced the appointment of its new State Advisory Board. With over 40 offices and nearly 250 employees, the Florida SBDC Network State Advisory Board will play an instrumental role in the continued success of Florida’s largest provider of assistance for small and [...]

IN Your Head Radio: Hear latest on Dollar General and Cordova Park area

IN Your Head Radio: Hear latest on Dollar General and Cordova Park area

Greg Rettig, who has headed the grassroots effort, to stop the city of Pensacola from rezoning land on the corner of Spanish Trail and Summit Blvd. in Pensacola. The rezoning would allow Dollar General to build on the site. Greg will be on the show at 11:05 to give us an update on the issue. The [...]

Business Incubator Unveils New Urban-Style Tech Lab

Business Incubator Unveils New Urban-Style Tech Lab

Local entrepreneurs, app developers, programmers and small startups now have the ability to work in an innovative and collaborative work environment, similar to those that have been successful in such areas as Boston and San Francisco, with today's unveiling of the Gulf Coast Center for Innovation [...]

House of Sticks: Who got bailed out?

House of Sticks: Who got bailed out?

Have you had some fun reading about the scandals, the bankruptcies, and who some of the culprits are? Did the demise of Barings, BCCI, LTCM, and Enron, and the problems encountered in Orange County, Detroit, and Jefferson County, whet your appetite for more sleuthing? Keep reading the works [...]

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