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Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl hopes could hinge on renovation deal

Technically speaking, Tampa is in the running for Super Bowls in 2019 and 2020. But unless the Glazer family comes up with a plan (i.e. money) to upgrade Raymond James Stadium, those bids might not go anywhere in the face of new and renovated buildings elsewhere. Via Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune,  the Buccaneers are…

'The Blacklist's' Liz and Red have 'a confusing kind of love'

The relationship between Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) and Raymond Reddington (James Spader) on "The Blacklist" has always been complicated. They clearly care about each other very deeply, but is it romantic? Is it father-daughter(ish)? Nobody really knows, which is kind of the beauty of the relationship. Show More Summary

Here comes homebuilder sentiment ...

At 10:00 a.m. ET, the National Association of Homebuilders will release the Housing Market Index for April. Economists forecast that the index rose to 57 from 56 in March, according to Bloomberg. Raymond James' chief economist ScottShow More Summary

Salesforce Slips: Microsoft Not Interested, Says Reuters; Raymond James Mulls Potential

Shares of cloud computing operator Salesforce.com (CRM) are down $1.94, or almost 3%, at $72.57, bucking the market’s rebound, after Reuters’s Nadia Damouni late yesterday reported Microsoft (MSFT) is not currently looking to buy the company, contradicting speculation from Bloomberg, and analysts over the past couple of weeks. “Microsoft Corp currently is not weighing an [...]

Texas Instruments: Look Past Q1 Blemishes, Says Raymond James; Set to Dominate IoT

Shares of analog chip titan Texas Instruments (TXN) are up 87 cents, or 1.6%, at $55.60, after Raymond James’s Steven Smigie and Hans Mosemann raised their rating on the shares to Strong Buy from Market Perform, following the company’s lower-than-expected Q1 report last week, and lower forecast, writing that “shares offer a positive risk/reward given the recent [...]

In-Line Q1 For Gold, Silver Stocks, More M&A Ahead: Raymond James

Raymond James’s Phil Russo and his team have a preview of first quarter results for gold and silver companies, and their recommendations in the sector. During the first quarter, gold prices averaged $1,218 an ounce, and silver averaged $16.71, and they expect that metals and mining companies will report largely in-line quarters. However, they do [...]

Raymond James And Soc Gen's Apple Downgrades Buck The Trend

Raymond James’ and Societe Generale’s downgrade of Apple don’t have any new news.

Apple: Dueling Views as Raymond James Cuts, Canaccord Ups

Shares of Apple (AAPL) are down 41 cents, or 0.3%, at $126.15, despite the apparent good news that supplies of its Apple Watch have slipped in their quoted delivery times on the company’s Web site, a sign it has sold out of the device a scant 6 hours after they went on sale this morning. But [...]

Who Are the Experts Predicting to Buccaneers in the 1st Round of NFL Draft?

The 2015 NFL draft is just a few weeks away, and it looks like Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans could be filling Raymond James Stadium with a flood of brand-new No. 5 jerseys for the second time in the last 10 years. They're also hoping those...Show More Summary

Analysts commissioned tests on Lumber Liquidators flooring and the results came back just fine (LL)

Raymond James analysts commissioned tests on Lumber Liquidators' floors to see for themselves and what they found seems okay. In early March, CBS' "60 Minutes" aired the results of tests on Lumber Liquidators' China-sourced flooring sold in the US. Show More Summary

Pulp fiction cover art: "The Marijuana Mob" (1950)

By Richard K. Barry "The Marijuana Mob" was written by Englishman James Hadley Chase (René Lodge Brabazon Raymond by birth). It's a story about private detectives trying to break up a dope ring. I understand that James Hadley Chase is...Show More Summary

Lumber Liquidators cancels conference presentation, tells investors it will report back next Thursday (LL)

Lumber Liquidators will get back to you. In an announcement on Wednesday morning, the company said that it would not participate in the Raymond James Annual Institutional Investors Conference being held today. The company will, however, hold a conference call on March 12 to provide a business update to investors. Show More Summary

Raymond James Taking The Fall For Not-So-Bright Employees

Raymond James has decided to take a loss rather than admit to employing idiots.

Raymond James takes back what it told advisors about clawbacks

FA Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that delivers the top news and commentary for financial advisors. Raymond James announces the company, not the advisors, will pay clawbacks (Financial Planning) Raymond James is...Show More Summary

How James Spader keeps 'The Blacklist's' Red Reddington from becoming a caricature

Zap2it: Has Raymond "Red" Reddington developed the way you hoped he would from the time you began "The Blacklist"?James Spader: When I first spoke to the writers and gave them my reactions to the pilot, I think all of us were very excited. Show More Summary

Tampa officials say Raymond James turf is just fine, thank you

It sounded a little odd when Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers blamed the turf at Raymond James Stadium for his calf injury. So naturally, the folks who run the stadium had a response to Rodgers, specifically that he’s full of it. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Tampa Sports Authority vice president of communications Bobby Silvest said…

Aaron Rodgers Blames Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Poor Field for Calf Injury

Aaron Rodgers does not care for the playing surface at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During his radio show on ESPN Wisconsin on Thursday, the NFL's MVP pinned two injuries on the playing conditions at the stadium: Complaints...Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers blames calf injury on Tampa Bay turf

When the NFLPA has ranked playing surfaces, Tampa Bay’s Raymond James Stadium has traditionally fared well. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers obviously disagrees. During his radio show on ESPNWisconsin Thursday, Rodgers said he thought the calf injury which hampered him down the stretch was a result of poor field conditions when he played against the Buccaneers on…

'The Blacklist's' James Spader hopes Super Bowl XLIX is 'good enough' to keep viewers around

Raymond "Red" Reddington isn't someone who ordinarily needs much help, but he's getting a major boost anyway."The Blacklist" resumes its second NBC season Sunday (Feb. 1), as the show chosen to follow one of the biggest events of any television year: the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

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