April 16, 2003
Todays headlinesReptron has little good to report
The Tampa electronics manufacturer finally files fourth-quarter earnings.
Raymond James sags with markets
ST. PETERSBURG -- The stock market's continuing woes dragged down earnings at Raymond James Financial Inc. last quarter, the financial services company said Tuesday.
Giving success another shot
ST. PETERSBURG -- Jon Gruden is a proven leader in the locker room, but Tuesday afternoon he tested his motivational rap on an arena full of business executives, salespeople and office workers.
Clearwater tech company reveals losses
Digital Lightwave revealed further details about its financial woes in a filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
DILLER SUES VIVENDI: Barry Diller's USA Interactive sued Vivendi Universal in a Delaware court over a tax dispute, saying the French entertainment company reneged on a partnership agreement involving a joint venture, Vivendi Universal Entertainment. The two sides have been negotiating the dispute since December.
Robert Trigaux: Think your tax bill's high? Check out the president's
With their richly rewarded corporate backgrounds, it's no surprise that the tag team of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney are, together, the nation's wealthiest elected leadership duo in recent history.
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