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1. Probe Exposes Flaws Behind HealthCare.gov Rollout -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Management failures by the Obama administration set the stage for the computer woes that paralyzed the president's new health care program last fall, nonpartisan investigators said in testimony released Wednesday.

2. Financial Federal Sees Progress, Prepares for New Digs -

A business that handles client money and assets naturally occupies an ideal perch from which to survey the financial landscape and general economic conditions.

And the Memphis-based bank Financial Federal is one such institution in a position to do that.

3. Yellen to Put Fed's New Leadership on Display -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Janet Yellen era at the Federal Reserve begins in earnest this week with a two-day meeting, a policy statement and fresh economic forecasts. Yet all that will be a prelude to the marquee event: Yellen's first news conference as Fed chair.

4. More on Unwanted Calls -

Last week, I thanked all who had weighed in on the issue of stopping unwanted calls from marketers. One contributor (“Tanya”) sent me what was represented as something that had helped “cut down on phone calls to me.”

5. We’ll Always Have Paris -

ARDEN, N.C. – This suburb of Asheville is home to my newest favorite burger place. Don’t get me started on the Old-Fashioned – mustard, onions, chili, slaw. Check out frenchfryz.net.

6. Bumper Crop -

Unless you see the signs, it is hard to tell when you have crossed the Tennessee-Mississippi state line where Fayette County, Tenn., meets Marshall County, Miss., not too far from the southern city limits of Collierville.

7. Is Big Data Turning Government Into 'Big Brother'? -

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – With every phone call they make and every Web excursion they take, people are leaving a digital trail of revealing data that can be tracked by profit-seeking companies and terrorist-hunting government officials.

8. He Said, She Said: Part 1 -

The posting sent to the members of the cruciverbal community read, “We’re looking for seasoned ... puzzle creators to help us build puzzles for our game, (which) uses a unique crossword-influenced style of word puzzle where the answers are hidden in ... famous quotations. We’re (a small outfit) and ... can’t create puzzles fast enough for the players.”

9. Apostrophe Yes or No? -

Henry Chu of the Los Angeles Times reported in late March that “To grammarians’ delight, officials in southwest England who had considered expunging apostrophes from street signs threw out the idea … and vowed to follow the rules of proper English.” Ha! Good luck with that!

10. In Need of Relief -

Perhaps it is only too appropriate that baseball is played without a clock. For securing the future of the Memphis Redbirds may require extra innings, not to mention extra effort.

The ballpark was on the leading edge of revitalizing Downtown when it opened in 2000 at Third and Union. This, of course, was “B.G.” in Memphis – Before the Grizzlies. Also, before FedExForum. The city was ready for something big and bold – something that showed Memphis could overachieve, not underachieve.

11. Botanic Garden Adds Digital Entrance Signs -

The Memphis Botanic Garden has three new digital signs to mark the entrance road as well as the entrance to the garden itself.

The signs by William Sign Co. were erected to replace old signage.

12. Uncle Tames Crying Baby -

Oh, baby! Russell was screaming. At the top of his lungs. Whisked quickly to a distant room, he continued his vocal displeasure. The wailing persisted through the first necessary task. It showed no sign of abatement.

13. A Candidate Makes Friends, Asks for Votes -

The elections of 2012 are over. Under local law, a certain person was reelected, unopposed, to a fifth four-year term.

The 16-year incumbent had occasion recently to reflect on the election of 1996, his first. He’s fond of saying, “I’ll never forget the year Bill Clinton rode my coattails to another term in the White House.”

14. Beyond my Bandwidth -

Fresh off writing about Boren’s “When in Doubt, Mumble,” I see Joe Queenan’s article, “Office jargon – where meaning goes to die,” in The Rotarian magazine. J.Q. comes down hard on “360 approaches,” “emotional quotients” and doing things “24/7.” He’s not much easier on “win-win situations,” “sooner rather than later” and “in the final analysis.”

15. Entrepreneurial Ecosystem -

Maybe you’re a startup founder who wants to rub shoulders with your peers, pitch investors in the hope of landing venture capital and talk to a lawyer about drawing up paperwork.

Maybe you’re a veteran researcher who’s got a side project that looks like it could turn into something big. Or maybe you’ve got little more than an idea on the back of a napkin.

16. Small Biz Owners Grow More Pessimistic in July -

NEW YORK (AP) – Small business owners' optimism sank again in July as they expected sales to weaken in the coming months, according to a survey released Tuesday.

The National Federation of Independent Business said its index of small business optimism fell 0.2 points to 91.2. The NFIB, which lobbies on behalf of small business owners on issues including taxes and health care, compiles the index from a survey of its members.

17. John or Bill -

A PROPHET IS NOT WITHOUT HONOR, SAVE AROUND HERE. If William Faulkner looked out the window on this cloudy day he would see the still and always green magnolia leaves still and always sad still and always there still and always reminding remanding back still and always back in the sunless indolent superheated moment between a dark brooding now the even darker starker truth of then and the oppressive promise hanging in the coming storm of repeating the moment still and always the same.

18. Thankfully, It’s Only Fiction -

I didn’t like the last novel I read, C.J. Box’s “Three Weeks to Say Goodbye” (2009). If you think you want to read it, then don’t read this column, as it will spoil the experience.

19. Duds in the Courtroom -

Asked to participate with other judges at a program, I was told my topic would be dress codes in court. Word must have gotten out that I once found a guy in contempt for appearing in front of me wearing a shirt with the M-F word on it. During an hour in lock-up, the guy purged himself of contempt by turning the shirt inside out.

20. Lessons From a 3-Legged Dog -

DAVIDSON, N.C. – This community of 11,000 residents, site of my alma mater, is also home to my favorite place to spend the night on the road: the Davidson Village Inn, half a block down Depot Street from the campus.

21. Drop in Bankruptcies Belies Economic Picture -

Although the total number of bankruptcies filed in Shelby County has slowly declined over the last three years, attorney Joseph Townsend with Fullen & Townsend Attorneys said fewer filings aren’t necessarily a sign that the economy is on the upswing.

22. Nation Adds 200K Jobs in December Hiring Surge -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Four painful years after the Great Recession struck and wiped out 8.7 million jobs, the United States may finally be in an elusive pattern known as the virtuous cycle – an escalating loop of robust job growth, healthier spending and higher demand.

23. Republicans Aim to Quash New Union Rules -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Republicans are maneuvering to short-circuit an effort by Democrats on the National Labor Relations Board to approve rules that would quicken the pace of union elections.

24. Syms and Filene's Unit Seek Bankruptcy Protection -

NEW YORK (AP) – Discount retailer Syms Corp. and its subsidiary Filene's Basement have filed for bankruptcy protection and plan to close all 46 of their stores.

25. First Tennessee Joins Debit Card Fee Trend -

When officials with the parent company of First Tennessee Bank walked through the company’s second quarter earnings in July for analysts, they noted that the implementation of stricter rules governing debit card fees would mean an annual $15 million to $20 million hit to the company’s revenue.

26. Events -

The Harahan Bridge Project Lunch Presentation will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, at noon at the Cotton Museum, 65 Union Ave. Greg Maxted, executive director of the Harahan Bridge Project, will offer an overview of the obstacles and opportunities involved in bringing the vision to fruition. The event is free and open to the public. For more information or to reserve a space, email alumni@leadershipmemphis.org.

27. Lesser-Known Miss. Gov Candidates Offer Platforms -

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Democratic and Republican primaries this coming Tuesday will narrow the field of candidates for Mississippi governor.

Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant of Brandon and commercial building contractor Dave Dennis of Pass Christian are spending the most in the five-person race for the Republican nomination, while Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree and Clarksdale businessman and attorney Bill Luckett are grabbing the most attention on the Democratic side.

28. Dem Luckett Touts Economic Record in Miss Gov's Race -

CLARKSDALE, Miss. (AP) — Bill Luckett still vividly remembers his first work in helping renovate buildings. He was a ninth grader, and he sanded walls for house painters in his hometown of Clarksdale.

29. Justice Blind but Hearing Well -

Thus far, I’ve avoided writing about the politician with the big hair and the name I can’t spell. But his recent 17-count corruption conviction causes me to relent. Charged with attempting to trade on the prestige of his office, he was found guilty by a jury who wish he was not their peer.

30. GOP, Dems Clash Over 3rd Parties on Tenn. Ballot -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Republicans are balking at a Democratic senator's proposal to make it easier for minor parties to be listed on the Tennessee ballot.

Democratic Senate Minority Leader Jim Kyle of Memphis wants to set a threshold of 10,000 signatures from eligible voters for a third party to be recognized in the state, down from a GOP proposal of about 40,000 signatures from registered voters.

31. Across Country, GOP Pushes Photo ID at the Polls -

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – Empowered by last year's elections, Republican leaders in about half the states are pushing to require voters to show photo ID at the polls despite little evidence of fraud and already-substantial punishments for those who vote illegally.

32. Not Through Here -

National stop sign.

He’d been down there all alone for hours, his flashlight bouncing off the vaulted ceiling and green-tinted walls far beneath the city, following the course of the old Gayoso Bayou now captured in a gigantic storm drain. You think about history down there. And battery life. You see things few have seen. And you see “no signal” on your cell phone.

33. Mental Workout Benefits Validated -

We Americans spend billions on our physical well-being, “but there are no comparable efforts to keep people mentally agile and strong.”

This was according to a Washington Post article by Shankar Vedantam a while back.

34. Realtors: Housing Has Nowhere to Go But Up -

Although the local real estate industry took yet another year-over-year dip in August – as new and existing home sales declined 13 percent from the same month a year ago – Realtors see the light at the end of the tunnel.

35. Businesses Spend More On Durable Goods in May -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Businesses spent more on big-ticket goods in May and the pace of layoffs slowed in the past week, the latest evidence the economy is improving.

Overall, factory orders for durable goods fell 1.1 percent last month, the Commerce Department said Thursday. But that was largely the result of a drop in demand for commercial aircraft.

36. The Cost of Progress -

The development of Norfolk Southern Corp.’s $112 million intermodal yard on a former cattle ranch in Fayette County has polarized the community for more than a year.

37. Yellen: Low Rates Needed to Feed Recovery -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Record-low interest rates are still needed to foster the economic recovery and to relieve high unemployment, a Federal Reserve official said Monday.

Janet Yellen, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, is the latest Fed official in recent days to stress that the central bank isn't in any rush to boost borrowing costs for millions of Americans. The remarks come after the Fed took a surprise step Thursday and bumped up the rate banks pay for emergency loans. (See related story above, “Discount Rate Hike Seen as Good Sign for Economy.”)

38. Out of Bounds -

The August report from the NCAA calls him “student-athlete 1.” Everyone but the NCAA and the University of Memphis calls him Derrick Rose.

39. First Horizon CEO Rises Above Market Turbulence -

The logo of First Horizon National Corp. is a small piece of the Tennessee state flag.

It reflects the Volunteer State roots of the financial services giant. And it’s where First Horizon had begun to refocus itself before Bryan Jordan moved into a corner office of the company’s Downtown Memphis headquarters one year ago this week.

40. AP Analysis: Banks Added 10,000 Branches in Boom -

DALLAS (AP) - Banks expanded at a breathtaking pace over the past five years, adding more than 10,000 full-service branches, but barely 1 in 10 were in inner-city, minority neighborhoods, another sign the financial spending spree skipped over substantial parts of the country.

41. Fayette County Land Closer to Becoming Rail Hub -

Norfolk Southern Corp.’s plan to develop a multimillion-dollar, multi-acre intermodal facility in Fayette County cleared a political hurdle Thursday night, moving the massive project one step closer to reality.

42. Obama Says Latest Economic News Demands Action -

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama decried as "inexcusable and irresponsible" the delay of his economic recovery legislation in Congress with an estimated 3.6 million Americans losing their jobs since the recession began.

43. Obama Says Latest Economic News Demands Action -

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama decried as "inexcusable and irresponsible" the delay of his economic recovery legislation in Congress with an estimated 3.6 million Americans losing their jobs since the recession began.

44. Kelsey Calls For Williams’ Resignation -

Memphis area lawmaker Brian Kelsey added to the drama in Nashville this week when a surprise Republican choice for state House speaker was elected, apparently with some engineering from Democratic legislators.

45. 2008: Year to Forget in Real Estate -

Of all the real estate storylines from 2008, perhaps the most revealing was that bank sales – i.e., foreclosures – accounted for 37.3 percent of the residential market share in 2008, up from 24.7 percent in 2007.

46. Billboard Tycoon Thomas Embroiled in Another Lawsuit -

A billboard businessman who’s been something of a fixture in local courtrooms over the past several years has a new court case to contend with.

William H. Thomas Jr., a wealthy billboard developer whose name also has been at the center of a few high-profile political scandals of late, is being sued in Shelby County Chancery Court by the owners of a steel fabrication business. The suit against Thomas was filed July 16, according to The Daily News Online, www.memphisdailynews.com.

47. Cooper’s Foibles on Display During Ford Trial -

Once the jury in the federal corruption trial of former Memphis City Council member Edmund Ford Sr. finished watching the recordings that are the centerpiece of the case this week, they got to know a lot more about the government informant behind the camera.

48. Council Rejects Billboard Developer With Ford Trial Ties -

One of the potential witnesses in this week’s federal corruption trial of former Memphis City Council member Edmund Ford remains a lightning rod for criticism among current council members.

The council last week rejected plans for a 48-acre industrial warehouse development near Memphis International Airport from landowner and billboard developer William H. Thomas Jr. They did so because there is a prevailing mood among council members that he does not play by the rules in his dealings with the city.

49. Billboard Saga Continues ... And Continues -

If the Memphis City Council committee discussion last week on billboards and other outdoor signs sounded a lot like one just a few weeks before, that's not by accident.

At both meetings, a council committee was scheduled to discuss updating the city's outdated, loophole-filled sign and billboard ordinance. At both meetings, an out-of-town consultant had been brought in to make his recommendations.

50. Billboard Regulations Punted to Incoming Council Members -

When a Memphis City Council committee voted recently to put off a discussion on updating the city's outdated, loophole-filled sign and billboard ordinance, it was perhaps a reminder of the following: Some things never change.

51. Clear Channel Sues Property Owner to Keep Billboard -

Clear Channel Outdoor Inc. has filed suit in Shelby County Chancery Court against a property owner stuck with a dilapidated brick industrial building near Downtown Memphis that dates back to 1901.

Much of the value of the property - and the reason for the lawsuit - can be found on the building's roof. That's where a billboard towers high above the landscape and greets drivers on nearby Interstate 240.

52. 'The Beat Goes On' -

A little more than a year ago, a representative of Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc. floated a business proposition to Rick Roberts, the owner of a one-story brick storefront a few steps from Graceland.

53. Architecture Month To Kick Off Saturday -

June West gave a lecture recently to an interior design class at the University of Memphis and took the opportunity to encourage the students to sign up for a chalk art festival returning Downtown this month.

54. Billboard Developer Thomas To Appear in Court Today -

To say that local billboard magnate William H. Thomas Jr. has a bone to pick with the Memphis and Shelby County Board of Adjustment (BOA) probably is an understatement.

After that eight-member body - which meets periodically to hear appeals related to zoning decisions - declined recently to give Thomas the special permission he needed to build two billboards, the businessman filed suit in Shelby County Circuit Court. And though both Shelby County and the City of Memphis are listed as defendants in the lawsuit, Thomas directed most of his vitriol at the BOA.

55. Events -

The Memphis chapter of the Tennessee Small Business Development Center hosts "Business Start-Up" today from 10 a.m. to noon at Renaissance Business Center, 555 Beale St. The free seminar will outline the first steps in starting a business. For information, call Yolanda Handy at 333-5085.

56. The Plot Thickens -

Shortly after losing the Democratic primary for a seat on the Shelby County Commission this past summer, Memphis businessman Joe Cooper left town to unwind and visit family members.

It had been a grueling campaign for the seat vacated by former Republican commissioner Bruce Thompson. Cooper, a former car salesman and well-known associate of the late Memphis billboard baron William B. Tanner, nevertheless decided to combine his family trip after the campaign with a little business.

57. When The Pieces Fit -

On the surface, a real estate deal proposed this summer that involved several acres of vacant land in South Memphis probably didn't appear out of the ordinary.

The planned development, lobbied for by real estate consultant Joe Cooper, called for a mini-storage facility and an off-premise billboard sign, among other features, to be built at a site on Steve Road, not far from Interstate 240.

58. Dead in the Water? -

When Joe Darion wrote the lyrics to the popular song "The Impossible Dream," it was for a 1960s Broadway musical about Miguel de Cervantes' classic novel "Don Quixote."

But it's beginning to seem like the same idea also could be applied to a landmark structure in Downtown Memphis - the castle-like Tennessee Brewery, whose towering presence has loomed over the South Bluffs community for more than 100 years.

59. Mo' Mansions -

It's true that a million dollars may not buy what it once did, but in Memphis it still will buy one heck of a home.

Some of that trend is the result of Memphis' and Shelby County's affordably priced housing, said Lew Alvarado, a research associate with the Sparks Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Memphis.

60. The Next Chapter Unfolds in Tale of Two Bookstores -

The numbers he was crunching seemed too good to ignore.

Hugh Hollowell - a former financial planner-turned-bookstore owner - wanted to expand Midtown Books, the small used book shop he once operated across the street from Blue Monkey on Madison Avenue.

61. Crichton Hosts Golf Classic To Benefit Athletics Department -

Aug. 21

The first Crichton College Golf Classic benefiting the Crichton Comets athletics department is at 1 p.m. at the Tournament Players Club at Southwind, 3225 Club at Southwind. Registration, along with a light lunch and putting clinic, begins at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $150 and sponsorship opportunities are available. Visit www.crichton.edu or call 320-9700.

62. Sign of the Times? A new $1 million digital billboard along I-40 will be first of its kind -

Right at the spot where frustrated Memphis drivers sit in the usual morning gridlock on the north loop of Interstate 40, businessman Randall Swaney has laid claim to what he sees as a prime billboard site.

63. A GRAVE SITUATION -

Sometime in mid-July, the Sons of Confederate Veterans will show up in Collierville to perform a traditional military ceremony, with friends and family members on hand to observe.

The main order of business will be to relocate the remains of Civil War veteran James M. Northcross from a family plot to a new site in Collierville's Magnolia Cemetery. All of the work will be carefully orchestrated by the Memphis-based urban archaeology firm Weaver and Associates, the same firm that excavated the FedExForum site in 2002.

64. Former Presidential Diarist to Sign Books Today at Cotton Museum -

The heat from the searing Arkansas summer sun likely is still hot on her skin.

The dry dusty soil in her nose and the feel of a chopping hoe in her hand are as real today as when Janis Kearney, 53, first stepped foot in her father's cotton field at the age of 7, she said.

65. Real Estate Consultant Pivots From Political Loss to Financial Gain -

What's a real estate industry veteran to do after losing a race for public office in Shelby County?

If you're Joe Cooper - a real estate consultant and former associate of the late William Tanner, one of the most colorful, fascinating Memphis businessmen of them all - you turn your attention south: specifically, to South Memphis.

66. Chalkless Blackboard Positions Emerging Company in Unique Cyber Niche -

In an era when people will eat bugs, swap wives and live on remote islands to get on national television, it should come as no surprise that inventors and the products they've tinkered with get to be, at least for a short while, TV stars too.

67. The Signs Are Everywhere - And Citizens Aren't Happy -

It's the same old song and dance.

In Memphis' case, the song is the one that goes "Sign, sign, everywhere a sign," an apt description of the parts of the Bluff City where enormous billboards are "blocking out the scenery" and stirring up ire.

68. Attorneys Have Options, Even When Things Fall Apart -

Lawyers and judges have to project an image of calm and control in a courtroom, but when that façade breaks down because of job pressure, it can lead to suspension or worse.

The American Bar Association estimates that 15 percent to 20 percent of lawyers suffer from alcoholism or substance abuse. Robert Stein, executive director of the ABA's Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs, stated in his most recent annual report that one in four lawyers suffers from stress and that, out of 105 occupational categories, lawyers rank first in depression.

69. Hunt-Phelan Home Reopens for Business -

The mansion that towers above the corner of Beale and Lauderdale streets is a leading example of antebellum architecture, a grand relic of the Old South where generals pored over battle plans and presidents pondered urgent matters of state.

70. Archived Article: Law - A lot of seniors are being faced with making decisions about having power of attorney or a living will or estate issues or pu

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71. Archived Article: Campaige (lead) - For some the loss of the Mall of Memphis was the first signal of a neighborhood in decline

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72. Archived Article: Calendar - Calendar of events Jan Calendar of events Feb. 25-March 3 Feb. 25 The Tennessee Bar Association is sponsoring the "2002 Update: Preventing Legal Malpractice and Ethics Complaints in Personal Injury and General Practice" seminar from 9 a.m....

73. Archived Article: Mba P.2 - Bar Association announces nominees Bar Association announces nominees William H. Haltom Jr., president of the Memphis Bar Association, has released the report of the Nominations and Elections Committee for 2001. The 2001 president will be G. Patrick...

74. Archived Article: Market Briefs - The Trends in Technology Showcase is 10 a The Trends in Technology Showcase is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 29 at New Horizons Computer Learning Center, 4775 American Way. The free event, sponsored by New Horizons, WWWDot and Star 98, will showcase state...

75. Archived Article: Law Focus1 - Memphis Bar Association announced nominees Memphis Bar Association announced nominees The Memphis Bar Association has released the report of its nominations and elections committee, which was chaired by Prince Chambliss. The association president fo...

76. Archived Article: Gov't Bott - A project that will close a gap on the north side of Court Square will be considered by the Design Review Board at its meeting Wednesday Court Square project would consolidate Burch Porter By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News A project that would close a...

77. Archived Article: Gov't (drb) - DRB considers plan Parking deck planned near AutoZone Park By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News A plan to build a multi-level parking deck near the site of the proposed AutoZone Park will be considered by the Design Review Board at its meeting at 4:30 p....

78. Archived Article: Law Offices - Local bar association Local bar association nominees announced The Memphis Bar Association has released the report of its nominations and elections committee for 1999 offices. The 1999 president will be Dorothy J. Pounders and the vice president wil...

79. Archived Article: Gov't (mlc) - Three projects in the heart of Downtown will be considered at today's Landmarks Commission meeting Downtown projects on landmarks agenda By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Three projects in the heart of Downtown will be considered at todays Landmarks C...

80. Archived Article: Focus2 - Bar association committee announces nominees Bar association committee announces nominees Prince C. Chambliss Jr., president of the Memphis Bar Association, has released the report of its nominations and elections committee chaired by Max Shelton. T...

81. Archived Article: Law Focus - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Didnt you see that sign? Comparative fault is used in assessing the percentage of liability in cases involving personal injury By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News If Jane Doe is walking down a grocery store aisle, suddenly slips o...

82. Archived Article: Law Focus - Each April 16, the taxpayers of the nation breathe a collective sign of relief. Its over - again. Taxing changes Knowing 1997 tax law changes helps individuals, employers and corporations plan ahead By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News Each April 16, ...

83. Archived Article: Taxes - By SUZANNE THOMPSON By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News The Internal Revenue Service is expecting 16 million federal income tax returns to be filed electronically this year, according to William E. Williams, former deputy commissioner of the IRS. Wil...

84. Archived Article: Law Focus.st - The cooperation of two General Sessions civil judges with court officials had led to pending legislation that, when passed, will create a new domestic violence court in Shelby County. Consolidating courts Legislation would streamline domestic violen...

85. Archived Article: Page 3 - Bar association nominees announced Bar association nominees announced Charles F. Newman, president of the Memphis Bar Association, has released the report of the Nominations and Elections Committee chaired by Blanchard E. Tual. The 1997 president wi...

86. Archived Article: Benchmark - Colgate & Associates Inc Colgate & Associates Inc. d/b/a VR Business Brokers vs. Belaynesh Zewde, Samuel Tesfaye d/b/a/Belys Market Inc. A local company is suing a convenience store and its owners in Circuit Court regarding a leasing agreeme...