October 31, 2014

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 1/3/2013

Cruise industry veteran Pamela Conover named CEO of SeaDream
SeaDream Yacht Club, a niche cruise operator with two small ships, announced the appointment of Pamela Conover as CEO on Wednesday.

› Two Tampa Bay area tech firms merge promising broader services
In a new year's deal that will create an area technology firm with more than 200 employees and $140 million in annual revenues, Oldsmar-based Vology has acquired Tampa's Bayshore Technologies. Terms were not announced.

› Virginia company spins off fast-growing Florida simulation-training unit
In a move designed to boost its business, Virginia-based Zel Technologies Inc. said Wednesday it has spun off its fast-growing Central Florida training simulation unit to be a wholly owned subsidiary known as ZelTech Training Solutions LLC.

› Two Plantation office buildings sold for $17.5M
Two related companies sold a pair of Plantation office buildings for a combined $17.5 million to a buyer from Massachusetts.

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