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Google didn't violate James Damore's rights when it fired him, U.S. labor lawyer says

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Google didn't violate federal labor laws when it fired engineer James Damore last year after he wrote a manifesto taking the company's hiring and promotion policies to task, according to the conclusion of a lawyer with the National Labor Relations Board. Damore's memo set off a firestorm when it.. »more

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FLORIDA

As Winn-Dixie is said to eye bankruptcy, retail landlords throughout Florida brace for impact

One of Florida’s largest grocers is reportedly on the brink of bankruptcy, potentially leaving retail landlords throughout the Southeast with massive empty anchor boxes at a time when most retailers are shrinking their physical footprints. Southeastern Grocers LLC — the Jacksonville-based parent..
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ORLANDO

Orlando ranks low among best cities for first-time homebuyers

If you're looking for the best cities in the nation for purchasing a first home, Orlando didn't make the cut, according to a new ranking. Mortgage finding firm LendingTree ranked the City Beautiful No. 75 on its list of the best cities for first-time homebuyers. The study ranked the nation’s 100..
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COMPETITION

Ronnie Killen, dessert concepts among big winners at Rodeo Houston's 2018 Best Bites Competition

Ronnie Killen’s eateries scored more accolades over the weekend, taking the top spot in three categories at the 2018 Rodeo Uncorked! Roundup and Best Bites Competition.  The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo hosted the event Feb. 18 at NRG Park, and nearly 6,000 people attended. Killen’s wins..
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RESEARCH

Seattle-based Biller Family Foundation donates $1 million to cancer-research hospital

This gift will help educate doctors and nurses across the country on the benefits of supportive services that address the psychological, spiritual and social needs of cancer patients and their families.
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SAN ANTONIO
San Antonio Botanic Garden prepares to open Family Adventure Garden (slideshow)
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is preparing to open its new 2.5 acre Family Adventure Garden on March 3. Click the slideshow to take a tour of the new Family Adventure Garden “The Family Adventure Garden will allow kids to really frolic and play, but at the same time they’ll be learning the..
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TOPGOLF / LOUISVILLE
It's official: Topgolf chooses East End site for new Louisville location
The golf entertainment experience has been expanding rapidly and now is set to open its first Kentucky location.
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SYSTEMS
Danny Espino, Critical Electric Systems Group
Danny Espino is a 2018 Minority Business Leader.
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WISCONSIN
'I'm angry' - Some Wisconsin vendors take financial hit from Bon-Ton's bankruptcy filing
Fiscal 2017 was supposed to be the first year that entrepreneur Bethanie Raines was scheduled to turn a profit on her steadily growing business HomeSewn LLC, based in the Madison area. But a wrench was thrown in those plans after The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. filed for bankruptcy Feb. 4. Raines said that..
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