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October 23, 2000



Tampa Bay area business leaders offer their opinions on the presidential candidates and the election. Cover story

Who's giving big bucks
A number of Tampa Bay area companies and executives are major contributors in this year's election. Since there are no limits on so-called "soft money" contributions, much of the money is directed to the political parties, not candidates. Some highlights:

Talk of the Bay
First the company, now the mansion
You think you had a hard week?

Naimoli: minister of baseball?
Vince Naimoli has been called many things in his day, but never "Reverend." Until recently, that is.

Ready, but not ready for IPO


Web-footed spokesman makes a splash

Telemarketing cold calls stopped cold

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