Online travel companies bounce back after attacks
Consumers hungry for good deals are expected to push online sales up 16 percent this year.
Capital One to expand Tampa operation
The credit card provider expects to add 1,000 bay area workers during the next six years.
Holland & Knight selects Tampa site
The law firm's upcoming switch is a blow to its former landlord at 400 N Ashley Plaza.
Sales, sales everywhere
Shoppers found plenty of bargains the day after Christmas, illustrating just how weak the season was for retailers.
TREASURY AUCTION: Interest rates on short-term Treasury securities were mixed in Wednesday's auction. The Treasury Department sold $14-billion in three-month bills at a discount rate of 1.72 percent, down from 1.73 percent last week. An additional $15-billion was sold in six-month bills at a rate of 1.85 percent, up from 1.84 percent. The new discount rates understate the actual return to investors: 1.752 percent for three-month bills and 1.893 percent for a six-month bill. In a separate report, the Federal Reserve said that the average yield for one-year constant maturity Treasury bills rose to 2.23 percent last week from 2.17 percent the previous week.