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Jabil Circuit gives over $200K for All Children’s brain protection program

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All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg said Monday that it had received more than $200,000 in donations in 2015 from one of the area’s largest companies. The donations from Jabil Circuit, based in St. Petersburg, will help the hospital’s recently established Institute for Brain Protection Sciences, which includes programs in neurology, neurosurgery, epileptology, neuro-oncology, neuroradiology, behavioral medicine, rehabilitative medicine, neuropathology, neuropsychiatry, psychiatry, and neuropsychology. “Jabil has been a great example of a corporate philanthropic partner,” All Children’s Executive Vice President…

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St. Pete looks to create public-private economic development corporation

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St. Pete could soon be more aggressively chasing down employers to expand or open up shop in Mayor Rick Kriseman’s beloved Sunshine City. According to the Tampa Bay Times, the city is looking to capitalize on its downtown boom to attract quality businesses providing jobs in the marine science and healthcare fields. To do that, city officials are looking into launching an economic development corporation similar to that in Hillsborough County that would be a public-private partnership. Currently the city’s…

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Tampa Bay Times shortsighted in making Steve Kornell’s re-election bid a one-issue race

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Disappointment. Obstructionist. Those are just two of the names the Tampa Bay Times has used to describe St. Pete City Council member Steve Kornell because he continues to reject a proposed agreement between the city and the Tampa Bay Rays to allow the team to look outside St. Pete for possible new stadium sites within the region. The Tampa Bay Times has repeatedly called for Kornell’s ousting over this sole issue. The Times’ editorial board became one step closer to…

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Jabil to move technology operations to Ceridian complex

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St. Pete-based Jabil Circuit will be moving part of its technology operations to the Ceridian building on 34 Street South in the Skyway Marina District. The bulk of operations will remain at its North St. Pete headquarters for now, despite rumors the company could be planning an entire move. According to St. Pete City Council member Steve Kornell, who represents that district, the tech giant is entering into a short- term lease that will be at least three years and…

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