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1. Maintaining Citizenship -

For the fifth straight year, Memphis-based Medtronic Spine employees are spending the month of June volunteering at more than a dozen locations in the area.

The effort, dubbed Project Six, helps kick off Medtronic Spine’s volunteer efforts throughout the year and also practices the sixth tenet of the company’s mission to maintain good corporate citizenship, said Victor Rocha, a spokesman for the company. The company-wide, global project helps unite Medtronic employees through volunteerism.

2. Medtronic to Cut 60 Memphis Jobs -

Medtronic Spine, the Memphis-based division of Medtronic Inc., will cut about 60 local jobs as part of a strategy to reduce overall costs by 5 percent, a company spokesman confirmed.

3. Medtronic to Cut 60 Memphis Jobs -

Medtronic Spine, the Memphis-based division of Medtronic Inc., will cut about 60 local jobs as part of a strategy to reduce overall costs by 5 percent, a company spokesman confirmed.

4. Medtronic Devotes Month To Service -

Medtronic Inc. employees spent an afternoon in a sweltering warehouse last week packaging canned goods for the Mid-South Food Bank, the first event of a month-long community service initiative that will benefit eight nonprofit organizations.

5. Medtronic to Cut 56 Local Jobs -

The Memphis-based Spinal and Biologics division of Medtronic Inc. has notified the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development that it intends to lay off up to 56 people beginning Aug. 17.

6. Study to Gauge Airport’s Economic Impact -

Seeing the FedEx planes line the Memphis sky each night or driving past the city’s countless distribution centers are reminders that Memphis International Airport plays a prominent role in the city’s economy.

7. Smith & Nephew’s Global Distribution Center Complete -

The signs aren’t up yet, but construction is complete on Smith & Nephew’s new global distribution center at the intersection of Tchulahoma and Holmes roads.

The medical device company could move operations from the old center on Delp Street into the $25 million structure before the end of the year.

8. Insulated Industry -

In a sluggish economy replete with residential housing woes, it's easy to see how real estate and its peripheral industries can suffer.

If consumers have fears about buying a home, they merely wait it out and stay in their rental for another six months while builders, Realtors and mortgage bankers - among others - feel the ripple effects of the delay.

9. Smith & Nephew BuysSwiss Orthopedic Giant -      Smith & Nephew PLC announced Monday its purchase of the privately owned Swiss company Plus Orthopedics Holding AG for $889 million, plus assumption of the company's debts.
     The acquisiti

10. In Step with Biotech -

A plan proposed by Gov. Phil Bredesen in September to increase Tennessee's high school graduation rate could shine light on something that's been going on in Memphis for some time.

Bredesen's plan would offer free tuition to high school graduates who attend two-year community colleges, helping them get jobs that range in pay from $25,000 to $30,000 almost immediately after they graduate. The governor's plan would add much-needed tuition funding to a program that was implemented in 1997 at State Technical Institute at Memphis, now Southwest Tennessee Community College.

11. Smith & Nephew Shuffles Divisions, Leaders -

Smith & Nephew is changing its local corporate form and its senior management in an effort to keep growing in the highly competitive biomedical field.

The company is splitting its Memphis-based orthopedics division at 1450 Brooks Road into two business units, company spokesman Victor Rocha said. One new division will cover orthopedic reconstruction; the other will cover trauma and clinical therapies. Before the restructuring, Smith & Nephew's three overall business units were orthopedics, endoscopy and advanced wound management.

12. Archived Article: Trends - Orthopedic Products Market Expands in Memphis

Orthopedic Products Market Expands in Memphis

ANDY MEEK

The Daily News

Memphis can trace its status as the nations second-largest producer of orthopedics devices back to a salesman who starte...

13. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Hickory Ridge Commons

Hickory Ridge Commons

Sells for $5.5 Million

Safeway Plaza Inc. has purchased Hickory Ridge Commons shopping center near Ridgeway and Winchester roads from Hickory Ridge Investment LLC for $5.5 million, according to Th...

14. Archived Article: Memos - Lynn Harton was appointed

Lynn Harton was appointed senior executive vice president and chief credit officer for Union Planters Bank and Union Planters Corp. Harton previously managed the small business banking group at BB&T in Winston-Salem,...

15. Archived Article: Comm Focus - By JENNIFER MURLEY Russian tales, treasures touted in Wonders exhibition By JENNIFER MURLEY The Daily News It was Easter 1913, during the height of Russias Romanov Dynasty, when Czar Nicholas II gave his beloved wife Empress Alexandra an exquisite E...

16. Archived Article: Memos - Brandon McNeill and Janice Sasseen have joined Archer/Malmo Brandon McNeill and Janice Sasseen have joined Archer/Malmo. McNeill, an account executive, comes to the firm from Thompson and Co. He is a University of Memphis graduate, who is currently ...