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  • House passes tax shield for Internet travel companies

     
    The Florida House of Representatives on Monday passed a bill designed to shield online-travel companies such as Expedia, Priceline and Orbitz from higher taxes. The legislation (HB 493) would make it clear that Internet companies that sell hotel rooms...
  • Seeing Starz? Barnes & Noble gets buyout offer from Liberty Media

     
    Barnes & Noble gets a buyout offer from Liberty Media worth about $1 billion....
  • Scott, Cabinet delve back into online hotel sales tax debate

     
    Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet delved back into the complicated and ongoing debate over how hotels sold online on sites like Priceline or Expedia be taxed, Thursday. Lawmakers, local governments and hotel operators have long battled over how hotel...
  • Consumer Confidential: Groupon is watching, diet-product warning, free Slurpees

     
    Here's your monster-mash Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Groupon is watching you. The deal site is changing its privacy policies to allow it to collect more information as it offers more deals targeted to users based......
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Valle execution, primary angst,

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Welcome to your Thursday Morning Reads, where we will try to facilitate your caffeine-addled quest for information on Florida politics and policy-making. Yes, we're really swimming in thoughts about last night's baseball history-...
  • Florida Chamber unveils wish list

     
    TALLAHASSEE– The Florida Chamber of Commerce unveiled a legislative wish list at a press conference Thursday morning at the capitol. The state's most powerful business lobby has a tendency to get what it wants, with lawmakers approving 31 out of...
  • Nirav Tolia launches Nextdoor, private social network for neighbors

     
    Do we need a Facebook for neighbors? Nirav Tolia says we do. He's the founder and chief executive of Nextdoor, a free private social network for neighborhoods across the country that launched Wednesday....
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Fla may have a 12th public university

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Happy Thursday and welcome to the work day. Here are five stories you should be reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel reports that USF-Polytechnic will become the state's 12th public university. From the story: A branch campus...
  • Americans get less vacation, still don't use it all, study says

     
    American workers expect to receive less vacation time in 2011 than the previous year but still won't use all of their allotted time off, according to a study on vacation habits by the travel website Expedia.com. The main reason given:......
  • Online travel issue is back this session

     
    The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Three Republican lawmakers have filed bills that will refuel a debate about the amount of hotel taxes that online travel companies should pay. Rep. Jason Brodeur, R-Sanford, and Senate Majority Leader Andy...
  • Palm Beach County settles online hotel tax fight

     
    Online travel companies, including Expedia, Orbitz, Priceline and Travelocity, have agreed to pay Palm Beach County about $1.9 million for disputed hotel "bed" taxes. County Tax Collector Anne Gannon in 2009 filed a lawsuit arguing that online travel...