October 23, 2014

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 11/15/2012

› Educating Women in Technology Startups
If North Central Florida mirrors national trends, then women are taking fewer of the entrepreneurial opportunities that Gainesville offers than men take, and they make up a smaller share of the region’s tech startup community.

› Remediation firm provides support for the worst of spills
Hazardous materials, dangerous chemicals, natural disasters and even oil spills are in the forte of Environmental & Labor Solutions, located in Jacksonville’s San Marco district.

› Healthcare reform could impact clinics
Healthcare reform, set to kick in by 2014, could send more people to community clinics, a group of medical and local leaders said Wednesday.

› Record-setting months result in record-setting year for Pinellas tourist tax
Pinellas County collected $28.7 million in tourist tax revenue during fiscal year 2011, the county's Tourist Development Council announced at Wednesday's monthly meeting. The fiscal year started in October 2011 and ended in September 2012.

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