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  1. 5 things to do under $5: Type artists, shuffleboard, toy train show, Wildflower Walk

    Events

    1 Letterheads Typefest: The muralists who run Illsol Space, a gallery in Tampa Heights, said their respect for handmade fonts and sign painting techniques moved them to curate this exhibit featuring type-based muralists, hand-style lettering designers, sign painters, letterpress studios and type designers. …

    Colm O’Connor, a Dublin sign writer, is among the 22 artists featured in the Letterheads Typefest exhibit at the Illsol Space gallery.
  2. Walmart expands grocery delivery service in Florida markets

    Retail

    TAMPA — Walmart is formally launching its grocery delivery service in Tampa, the company announced Monday, as it expands its delivery test into Orlando and Dallas. Five locations around Tampa are offering delivery for online grocery orders.

    Walmart is expanding its grocery delivery to Tampa, the company announced Monday. | [Times file photo]
  3. A sports rout on Wall Street

    Retail

    NEW YORK — Sporting goods retailers can't shake their losing streak.

  4. Grocery chain Aldi hosting hiring event in Brandon Aug. 24

    Retail

    BRANDON — German grocery chain Aldi is holding a hiring event for its Brandon store Aug. 24. It is looking to fill store associate, shift manager and manager trainee positions.

  5. The Mill, independent and chic, looks to find its place amid Brandon's restaurant chains

    Retail

    Elevated cuisine might not be the first image that the Brandon dining scene conjures.

    The Brandon location features a bar with planned happy hour drink specials.
  6. 5 things to do under $5: Where to see solar eclipse, Bucs training camp

    Events

    NOTE: This story has been updated to correct the start time of the Fish-a-Thon at the library to 9 a.m.

    This photo shows a “diamond ring” shape during the 2016 total solar eclipse in Indonesia. For the 2017 eclipse over the United States, the National Science Foundation-funded movie project nicknamed Citizen CATE will have more than 200 volunteers trained and given special small telescopes and tripods to observe the sun at 68 locations in the exact same way.
  7. Publix continues to invest in online and app delivery through in-house promotion

    Retail

    Publix Supermarkets is investing more heavily in its online and app development by naming a new vice president to head this growing department.

    Publix Supermarkets is investing more heavily in its online and app development by naming a new vice president to head this growing department. 
[SCOTT KEELER   |   TIMES
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  8. Costco made $3.7 million selling 'Tiffany' rings. Now it must pay $19 million to the real Tiffany

    Retail

    Costco must pay the storied jewelry company Tiffany & Co. more than $19 million for selling about 2,500 diamond rings falsely identified on store signs as "Tiffany" rings, a federal judge ruled Monday.

    FILE- In this Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011, file photo, a shopper leaves a Costco store in, Portland, Ore. Many companies are making special end-of-year dividend payments or moving up their quarterly payouts because investors will have to pay higher taxes on dividend income starting in 2013, unless Congress and President Barack Obama reach a compromise on taxes and government spending. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
  9. Bloomin' Brands chooses Disney hospitality exec as Fleming's president

    Retail

    TAMPA — Bloomin' Brands, the Tampa-based restaurant conglomerate, has turned to a Disney executive to run one of its better-performing operations.

     Bloomin' Brands Inc. has appointed Beth Scott as senior vice president of Bloomin' Brands and president of its Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar chain.
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BRIAN CASSELLA  |  Times 
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  10. Bill Edwards hires outside firm to manage Sundial St. Pete

    Retail

    ST. PETERSBURG — Sundial St. Pete is under new management. Chicago-based JLL, a property management firm, is taking over day-to-day management for the downtown St. Petersburg shopping center.

    Sundial St. Pete is under new management by a company called JLL. | [Times file photo]