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  • St. Petersburg's All Children's Hospital, a part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, announced plans to open its 11th outpatient care center, this time in South Tampa. Services expected to be offered include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language therapy and cardiology testing, as well as walk-in lab services for blood work. Pediatric specialty physician visits will also be conducted there, according to a statement about the new facility. The cost of the project was not released. All…

  • Doing away with computer log-in passwords. Helping real estate brokers keep connections with startups they might normally have to turn away as clients. These are the aims of two new products issued this week by local software companies Ping Identity and PivotDesk. New wrinkles in software packages don’t usually rise to being newsworthy, but the technology each of the companies unveiled this week warrant some attention. Denver-based Ping Identity makes identity protection and log-in management…

  • A team of government and private players announced the development of a U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Kansas City, Kan., on Wednesday. The $75 million-plus complex will be built at the southeast corner of 98th Street and Parallel Parkway. It will house a National Training and Coaching Development Center, facilities for athlete training and performance analysis and youth soccer development programs, according to a release. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said at the project’s announcement…

  • Like many technology entrepreneurs, Good Eggs co-founder and CEO Rob Spiro did not have a fully formed business plan in 2011 when he set about building a platform to make it easier for urban dwellers to buy fresh food from local farms and ranches. Very quickly, however, Spiro found himself at the center of a growing logistics operation handling physical products, not just digits on the inter-webs. So in April he moved the company from San Francisco’s Mission District to a 10,000-square-foot warehouse…

  • Plans to transform the area around the new Warm Springs BART station and Tesla Motors Inc. factory into a mixed-use "innovation district" received a major boost on Tuesday as Fremont City Council members approved a new planning document that spells out land-use and design guidelines for the 879-acre zone. A decade in the making, the Warm Springs/South Fremont Community Plan allows for a mix of residential, office, industrial and retail uses in the area, which had previously been zoned for heavy…