Star2Star combines with Irish company to provide communications products globally Terry Galvin Business Editor @htbiz In one of the largest transactions in recent memory for a Southwest Florida company, Manatee County's Star2Star Communications has merged in a $500 million deal with an Irish company that also provides internet-protocol communications systems to businesses.The business resulting from the merger between the Star2Star and Dublin-based Blueface will be called StarBlue and will...
Terry Galvin Business Editor @htbiz
SARASOTA — M/I Homes of Sarasota LLC has closed on the purchase of a 67-acre property east of I-75 and south of Clark Road where it plans to build 107 single-family homes, David C. Hunihan, the builder's area president, said Thursday.The division of M/I Homes created by the Ohio-based builder in 2016 plans to develop a gated, Tuscan-inspired, luxury community called Rivo Lakes.
Galvin: Beyond economic impact, World Rowing Championships put Sarasota-Bradenton area on world map Terry Galvin Business Editor @htbiz Let the bean counting begin.It will be about a month before survey results show how much the Sept. 23-Oct. 1 World Rowing Championships contributed to the Sarasota-Manatee area's economy.Whatever the amount is, it seems clear that it will be just a small down payment, because this year's event was such a picture of efficiency and beauty it will be a great...
@SuzanneVenker read with interest your @FoxNews column that shows how conservatives lie to each other and lie about the motives of people trying to enable women to choose their lives rather than blindly follow a role determined by tradition. Why are you filled with lies and hate?
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Selecting a term
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