Panama City Local Business
Local business in Panama City, FL
Thursday | via WJHG-TV Panama City
After spending years in the planning stage, the St. Andrew Bay Land Company is finally breaking ground at the site of the old airport. Construction crews have been turning dirt and preparing lots for several months, but Panama City residents can expect to see the first of the SweetBay homes go up in the next few months. Comment?
Saturday Jan 24 | via Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Over the past year, Southwest Airlines cut its flights at the Amarillo airport from about 12 daily departures to five - four to Dallas and one to Las Vegas. The most recent flight cut at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport - a nonstop flight to Denver - occurred shortly after the Wright Amendment's expiration in October. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 20 | via Benzinga
Oceaneering International, Inc. announced that it secured a contract in December 2014 from Hess Corporation to supply the umbilicals and umbilical distribution hardware for the Stampede Project located in the Green Canyon area of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. This hardware will be used to transmit hydraulic control fluids, chemicals, and electrical power signals to operate and monitor subsea wells and manifolds. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via Los Angeles Business Journal Online
Two former employees of billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong's health care technology company NantHealth have alleged the firm and its Culver City holding company NantWorks had engaged in a multitude of fraudulent activities. The former NantHealth executives, Stephanie Davidson and William Lynch, have alleged in a complaint filed in federal court in Panama City, Fla., that they warned the company of violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and other federal regulations. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via Forbes.com
On the television newsmagazine "60 Minutes" and in a cover story for Forbes , Patrick Soon-Shiong , the world's richest doctor, has promised that his new company, NantHealth, can dramatically improve care for cancer patients everywhere. "I'm incredibly encouraged to say that we are on the path," Soon-Shiong told 60 Minutes' Sanjay Gupta. Comment?
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