<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/3375341/spec-mansion-exterior*100xx2448-2448-408-0.jpg">A Tampa Bay Lightning player is upgrading his Davis Islands real estate.

Ondrej Palat and his wife, Barbora, paid $3.3 million for a home on Lucerne Avenue in a deal that closed Dec. 7, according to Hillsborough County property records. 

The Palats took a $2.3 million mortgage on the home from RBC Bank, property records show. The couple owns another home on Davis Islands, on Biscayne Avenue, for which they paid $1.275 million in 2014.

A Lightning spokesman declined comment Monday.

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Tampa Bay Lightning player buys waterfront Davis Islands mansion for $3.3M (Photos)

A Tampa Bay Lightning player is upgrading his Davis Islands real estate. Ondrej Palat and his wife, Barbora, paid $3.3 million for a home on Lucerne Avenue in a deal that closed Dec. 7, according to Hillsborough County property records. The Palats took a $2.3 million mortgage on the home from RBC Bank, property records […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/10317013/ft4a0010*100xx3634-3648-1190-0.jpg">Chris Sullivan, Outback Steakhouse co-founder, has resigned from the board of directors of Outback parent company Bloomin’ Brands Inc.

"All is good with [Bloomin' Brands] and I am going to focus on several opportunities that I am currently involved with," he told the Tampa Bay Business Journal in an email on Monday.

Bloomin (NASDAQ: BLMN), the $4 billion Tampa-based company whose portfolio also includes Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar,…<div>
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Outback co-founder parts ways with the company after more than a quarter century

Chris Sullivan, Outback Steakhouse co-founder, has resigned from the board of directors of Outback parent company Bloomin’ Brands Inc. “All is good with [Bloomin’ Brands] and I am going to focus on several opportunities that I am currently involved with,” he told the Tampa Bay Business Journal in an email on Monday. Bloomin (NASDAQ: BLMN), […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/10694869/img41250883*100xx1077-1077-270-0.jpg">The city of St. Petersburg is moving forward with streetscaping in the area surrounding what will be the Museum of American Arts and Crafts Movement. City Council is expected to approve $500,000 for improvements during a meeting on Thursday.

The money will fund new sidewalks, curbs and gutters along Third Avenue North approaching Third Street and on Third Street between Third and Fourth avenues North. Sidewalk improvements are planned for Fourth Avenue and Fourth Street near the $70 million museum…<div>
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Street makeover is in the works around St. Pete’s Museum of American Arts and Crafts Movement

The city of St. Petersburg is moving forward with streetscaping in the area surrounding what will be the Museum of American Arts and Crafts Movement. City Council is expected to approve $500,000 for improvements during a meeting on Thursday. The money will fund new sidewalks, curbs and gutters along Third Avenue North approaching Third Street […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/10596275/braves-spring-training-rendering*100xx3718-3725-1381-452.jpg">A $13.95 million bond issue will go to market this week to partially fund the Atlanta Braves spring training facility in North Port.

The bonds, issued by the West Villages Improvement District, are the first of two planned debt offerings by the district to pay for the $99.7 million project, according to a Dec. 5 preliminary bond document. The document also details how the Braves and local governments will split the cost.

While public funding for professional sports stadiums is increasingly unpopular,…<div>
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Bond filing details funding for the Atlanta Braves spring training complex in Sarasota County

A $13.95 million bond issue will go to market this week to partially fund the Atlanta Braves spring training facility in North Port. The bonds, issued by the West Villages Improvement District, are the first of two planned debt offerings by the district to pay for the $99.7 million project, according to a Dec. 5 […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/10727613/oman-air-787-9*100xx588-588-602-0.jpg">Boeing delivered two widebody jets to Middle Eastern airlines and won a 747 order this week, generating some cash for the fourth quarter.

Chicago-based Boeing (NYSE: BA) delivered a 787-9 Dreamliner to Oman Air and a 777 freighter to Turkish Airlines.



Boeing capped off the week by snaring a new order for the $387 million double-decker 747 from an unidentified buyer, according to its orders and deliveries website.

The new jumbo jet order means more work for the Everett 747 manufacturing line,…<div>
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Boeing delivers widebodies to Middle Eastern airlines and wins a 747 order

Boeing delivered two widebody jets to Middle Eastern airlines and won a 747 order this week, generating some cash for the fourth quarter. Chicago-based Boeing (NYSE: BA) delivered a 787-9 Dreamliner to Oman Air and a 777 freighter to Turkish Airlines. Boeing capped off the week by snaring a new order for the $387 million […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/10700001/screen-shot-2017-11-13-at-35258-pm*100xx694-694-112-0.png">Florida Sen. Dana Young (R-Tampa) filed a bill Friday that would fund the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority with $25 million, to be used exclusively for dollar-for-dollar matches from either a private entity or the local government, and prioritized for autonomous vehicle and transportation network company projects. 

The funds wouldn’t be available until 2021.

Reps. Bryan Avila (R-Hialeah) and Jamie Grant (R-Tampa) are co-sponsoring a similar bill in the House. 

Senate Bill 1200 and HB…<div>
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Local lawmakers want $25 million grant fund for transit, with caveats

Florida Sen. Dana Young (R-Tampa) filed a bill Friday that would fund the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority with $25 million, to be used exclusively for dollar-for-dollar matches from either a private entity or the local government, and prioritized for autonomous vehicle and transportation network company projects. The funds wouldn’t be available until 2021. […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/10727673/gettyimages-640207438*100xx3833-3840-1927-0.jpg">The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing a $1.1 million civil penalty against a Sarasota battery maker for allegedly shipping lithium ion batteries in violation of hazardous materials regulations.

The proposed fine against Braille Battery Inc. is the largest civil penalty the FAA has put forward for alleged violations of requirements for offering an air shipment of lithium batteries.

The FAA alleges that on June 1, 2016, Braille offered four shipments, each containing a 24-volt lithium…<div>
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FAA proposes $1.1 million penalty against Sarasota battery maker

The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing a $1.1 million civil penalty against a Sarasota battery maker for allegedly shipping lithium ion batteries in violation of hazardous materials regulations. The proposed fine against Braille Battery Inc. is the largest civil penalty the FAA has put forward for alleged violations of requirements for offering an air shipment of […]

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<img src="https://media.bizj.us/view/img/1482181/bloombergphotocaterpillarhq*100xx2000-2000-500-0.jpg">A Caterpillar subsidiary will pay $25 million in fines and restitution for cheating customers with unnecessary repairs and dumping rail car parts into the sea in order to obscure the crimes.

United Industries LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT), was ordered to pay a $5 million criminal fine and $20 million in restitution, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Caterpillar entered a guilty plea in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on Thursday…<div>
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Caterpillar subsidiary to pay $25M for cheating customers with unnecessary repairs

A Caterpillar subsidiary will pay $25 million in fines and restitution for cheating customers with unnecessary repairs and dumping rail car parts into the sea in order to obscure the crimes. United Industries LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT), was ordered to pay a $5 million criminal fine and $20 million in […]

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