April 16, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida Today

Will Short Gorham | 8/14/2012

› Citrix touted for 'work-life balance'
Fort Lauderdale-based Citrix Systems is the only Florida business on the "Top 25 Companies for Work-Life Balance," by Glassdoor.com, a tool for job seekers comparing potential employers.

› At some arenas, club seats come with a DJ
Popcorn, peanuts and even luxury suites aren’t enough in South Florida, where major sports teams are offering upgraded experiences for fans who are willing to pay.

› BayWalk's new name: Shops at St. Pete
BayWalk is no more. The new name for the storied downtown shopping plaza is The Shops at St. Pete. Yep, that's it," confirmed Bill Edwards, who bought the property for $5.2 million in September.

› Record-breaking python found in Everglades
A monster Burmese python captured in the Everglades has broken the state size record, stretching 17 feet, 7 inches, its belly bursting with 87 eggs, the University of Florida announced Monday. The snake was brought to the Florida Museum of Natural History last Friday for examination. After the scientists are done with it, the snake will be mounted for exhibition at the museum for five years and then returned for exhibition to Everglades National Park.

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