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1. Kellogg Lockout Leads To NLRB Complaint -

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a complaint against Kellogg Co. related to a lockout of more than 200 employees at its Memphis facility.

2. Report Says Blacks, Latinos Losing Economic Ground -

WASHINGTON (AP) – African-Americans and Latinos are losing economic ground when compared with whites in the areas of employment and income as the United States pulls itself out of the Great Recession, the latest State of Black America report from the National Urban League says.

3. Candidates Observe April Fools’ Day -

A busy week on the local political calendar that includes April Fools’ Day proved to be too much for a few local politicians.

Shelby County Commissioner Steve Mulroy announced he was withdrawing from the Democratic primary for Shelby County Mayor in May to become corporate public relations director for the Kellogg’s Corp.

4. Kellogg Lockout Leads to Labor Board Complaint -

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a complaint against Kellogg Co. related to a lockout of more than 200 employees at its Memphis facility.

5. County Commission Approves Crosstown Funding -

Shelby County Commissioners approved Monday, March 10, $5 million in county funding for public infrastructure on the $180 million Crosstown redevelopment project.

The 11-1 vote came after it appeared twice that commissioners, including those supporting the funding, were ready to delay the decision for two weeks.

6. Website Shows That ‘Black Gives Back’ -

If you want to challenge your thinking on the relationship between African-Americans and philanthropy you need to follow BlackGivesBack.com. Founded by Tracey Webb in 2007, BlackGivesBack.com takes the stereotype of African-Americans as the recipients of others’ philanthropy and illustrates – with images and words – that African-Americans are busy giving to diverse causes.

7. Food Industry Cuts Calories Four-Fold Over Pledge -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Some of the nation's largest food companies have cut daily calorie counts by an average of 78 per person, a new study says, more than four times the amount the industry pledged to slash by next year.

8. Kellogg to Cut Jobs as Cereal Sales Slide -

NEW YORK (AP) – Kellogg is planning to cut its global workforce by 7 percent as the maker of Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies and Special K struggles to convince Americans to eat more cereal.

9. A Small-Business Star to be Born This Super Bowl -

NEW YORK (AP) – A small-business star will be born during a commercial break in Super Bowl XLVIII.

A company yet to be selected will have its own 30-second ad during the game, giving it the kind of exposure usually reserved for mega-brands like Budweiser and Chevrolet. The spot will be the culmination of a competition sponsored by software maker Intuit Inc., which has never run a Super Bowl commercial of its own, but is paying for one small business to be in the spotlight during the third quarter of the Big Game.

10. Honoring a Pair Of Fundraising History Makers -

Lights, camera, action. In 1980 the United Negro College Fund launched the Parade of Stars telethon. It became a nationwide fundraising program raising millions of dollars for generations of students, and support for historically black colleges and universities. It became the largest one-day African-American special event in the country. It changed black history – and American history – creating an acknowledged culture of fundraising in the African-American community. America’s largest corporations became engaged. Small churches, teachers, sororities and fraternities became engaged. Donors and volunteers from across the country organized to support UNCF and celebrate black philanthropy.

11. Millennials, Merit and Malarkey -

If you’re looking for answers on how to handle millennials, you will not find them in this article. Experts can’t even agree on exactly who to include in this category of young employees now entering the workforce. They generally seem to think of millennials as those born somewhere between the early 1980s and around 2000.

12. Survey: Fewer Than 1 in 4 Trust Financial System -

A survey finds fewer than one in four Americans trust the financial system and that confidence in large banks is eroding.

The latest quarterly survey issued Tuesday by the Chicago Booth/Kellogg School says the 21 percent of respondents who said they trust the system is the lowest level since the school's March 2009 poll.

13. Memphis Up for Vote for Hunger Campaign -

Memphis is one of 200 communities up for vote as part of a national Fighting Hunger Together spring campaign that was launched Monday, April 9, in Nashville.

Nearly 4,000 Walmart stores nationwide will provide opportunities for meal donations through the purchase of participating supplier brands such as General Mills, Kraft and Kellogg’s.

14. Doggy Bags Exemplify American Wastefulness -

Blame it on dogs.

I mean, if canines weren’t such dedicated carnivores would diners carry their unfinished steaks and pork chops home from restaurants in “doggy bags” for the pampered pooches to enjoy the next day? Or is the dog donation merely a cover for the fact that people are embarrassed to say that the leftovers are really for them?

15. City Hopes Rewards Program Key Out of Poverty -

The same month local leaders began an effort to end homelessness in the next decade, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. and his administration kicked off a similar effort to reduce the level of poverty in the city by 10 percent over the next 10 years at a rate of 1 percent a year.

16. The MED Completes Executive Team -

The Regional Medical Center at Memphis has announced its executive team is now complete following the recent appointment of a new chief medical officer and senior vice president of human resources.

17. Companies Propose Curbing Junk Food Ads for Kids -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The nation's largest food companies say they will cut back on marketing unhealthy foods to children, proposing their own set of advertising standards after rejecting similar guidelines proposed by the federal government.

18. Listeria Found at Kellogg Plant in Georgia -

ATLANTA (AP) – The Food and Drug Administration found traces of listeria at a Kellogg Co. bakery in Augusta, Ga., during an inspection earlier this year.

19. Why Inflation Hurts More Than It Did 30 Years Ago -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Inflation spooked the nation in the early 1980s. It surged and kept rising until it topped 13 percent.

These days, inflation is much lower. Yet to many Americans, it feels worse now. And for a good reason: Their income has been even flatter than inflation.

20. ALBA Enhances Airport Gateway -

As Bluff City officials continue to push the aerotropolis effort, the Airways Lamar Business Association is doing its part to improve the area just north of Memphis International Airport.

Spearheading that improvement effort is Trennie Williams, who is celebrating two years as president and CEO of the association, a nonprofit alliance of business and community leaders working to strengthen, redevelop and beautify the Airways Boulevard, Lamar Avenue and Park Avenue corridors.

21. Neb.-based Group to Aid Racial Healing in Tenn -

An organization based at the University of Nebraska Medical Center has been awarded a grant of nearly $250,000 to help some Tennessee communities with racial healing.

The group is called CityMatCH. A news release from UNMC says the grant is one of 119 handed out by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to support racial equity and healing.

22. Schering-Plough Purchase Hikes Merck Sales, Profit -

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – Drugmaker Merck & Co. on Tuesday posted huge jumps in revenue and profit for the fourth quarter, mainly because of its purchase of Schering-Plough Corp., whose consumer products division is based in Memphis.

23. Kroger Reports $875M Q3 Loss on Charge at CA Chain -

CINCINNATI (AP) - The Kroger Co. is hurting from California's especially soft economy and the overall bite of a dollar-by-dollar battle under way nationwide for recession-pinched households' grocery spending.

24. Consumer Spending Falls In September, Incomes Flat -

WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. consumer spending plunged in September by the largest amount in nine months, reflecting the end of the government’s “Cash for Clunkers” auto sales program. Incomes, the fuel for future spending, were flat.

25. Industry Halts Food Label Program over FDA Concern -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The Smart Choices nutrition labeling program, created voluntarily by nine large U.S. manufacturers, is halting after federal regulators said such systems could mislead consumers, officials with the labeling group said Friday.

26. Kellogg Profit Rises 13 Percent in Q2 -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Kellogg Co. helped raise the mood on Wall Street Thursday, reporting second-quarter profits that beat expectations and saying it expects full year results at the high end of its goal.

27. AIG Moves to Spin Off 2 Units, Reduce Gov't Debt -

NEW YORK (AP) - American International Group Inc. said Thursday it will reduce outstanding federal loans by $25 billion by giving the government a preferred stake in two units that will be spun off from the insurance giant.

28. Kellogg Says Profit Up 7 Pct Despite Recall Costs -

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - Kellogg Co. said Thursday its profit rose 7 percent during its fiscal fourth quarter despite costs related to the national recall this year of numerous products containing peanuts.

29. Fitzpatrick Sees New Promises for Accredo -

Memphis-based Accredo Health Group Inc., a pharmacy benefit manager for people who need specialty drugs, could benefit from initiatives for universal health care, but the man at the company’s helm isn’t putting all his focus on landing a mother lode contract with the government.

30. Some Bailout Holdings Down $9 Billion -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Stock intended to eventually earn taxpayers a profit as part of the Bush administration’s massive bank bailout has lost a third of its value – about $9 billion – in barely one month, according to an Associated Press analysis. Shares in virtually every bank that received federal money have remained below the prices the government negotiated.

31. Food Giants Race to Pass Rising Costs to Shoppers -

Companies throughout the food chain are changing the way they do business in response to soaring grain costs, and consumers are likely to bear the brunt in the form of rising food prices.

Farmers are making the broadest cuts to their livestock herds in decades, meaning meat at the supermarket will likely cost more in coming years. Middlemen are trying to shorten the duration of supply contracts to 90 days from one year so they can pass on higher costs more quickly. And food brands are shrinking the contents of their packages, from ice-cream cartons to beverage containers.

32. Rhodes College Receives $12K For The Big Read Program -

Rhodes College has been named the recipient of the $12,500 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to host The Big Read in Memphis.

Rhodes is one of 208 libraries, municipalities and arts, culture, higher education and science organizations to receive the grant.

33. Conference To Provide Fuel For Transport Future -

The Memphis World Trade Club will continue the momentum of its inaugural event of a year ago by hosting the second annual Memphis Multi Modal Conference March 19 and 20 at The Peabody hotel.

The first day's event is a cocktail reception at 6 p.m. followed by a selection of speakers the next day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

34. Rossville's Growth Depends on Its People -

The Town of Rossville doesn't garner big headlines because it doesn't draw big names to town like some of its Fayette County peers routinely do.

Without the ubiquitous Wal-Mart or Starbucks, or even a major grocery store chain to its credit, the quiet community hasn't been in the public eye like nearby Oakland, a hotbed of Fayette growth with high-profile and high-dollar developments up and down U.S. 64.

35. Cleves Named VPAt International Paper -      Thomas A. Cleves has been named vice president of investor relations for International Paper Co., effective Saturday.
     Cleves will report to Marianne Parrs, chief financial officer and e

36. Evident Throughout Memphis -

Nancy Coffee's imprint can be seen all around town in a number of businesses and government offices.

As the president and CEO of The Leadership Academy, she has helped mold some of the city's top movers and shakers, including Memphis mayoral candidate Herman Morris Jr., UrbanArt Commission executive director Carissa Hussong, City Council member Jack Sammons and Methodist Healthcare president and CEO Gary Shorb.

37. Grady Garrison Rejoins Baker Donelson -

Intellectual property attorney Grady M. Garrison has rejoined Baker, Donelson, Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC as senior of counsel in the firm's Memphis office.

Garrison most recently was with the firm Butler, Snow, O'Mara, Stevens and Cannada PLLC, where he worked from 2001 until last week when he decided to return to Baker Donelson.

38. Little Fish Operates Swimmingly In Big Logistics Pond -

Bigger usually is better for trucking companies. After all, employing an extensive fleet of vehicles to reach thousands of customers from coast to coast often yields a bigger - and better - bottom line.

39. Little Fish Operates Swimmingly In Big Logistics Pond -

Bigger usually is better for trucking companies. After all, employing an extensive fleet of vehicles to reach thousands of customers from coast to coast often yields a bigger - and better - bottom line.

40. Fayette Leaders Focus on Education -

The importance of education for today's youth is not in question in any community. Many schools' overall goal is to prep students for a college career that will one day lead to a white-collar job.

But in Fayette County, business leaders hope to also prepare today's youth for tomorrow's industrial jobs.

41. Archived Article: Lead - Collierville Business Looks to Fayette Relocation

Collierville Company Moves to Fayette

On the cusp of growth, Rossville attracts new industry


The Daily News

A Collierville-based business is heading for Fayette County. Mem...

42. Archived Article: Daily Digest - David Miller Finances

David Miller Finances

Wilderwood Estates Land

David Miller LLC has financed 34.27 acres in the Wilderwood Estates Subdivision in Cordova for $1 million, according to The Daily News Public Records Database, www.memphisd...

43. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Colonnade at Germantown

Colonnade at Germantown

Purchased for $20.7 Million

Empirian Colonnade LLC and Bush Realty Colonnade LLC have purchased the Colonnade at Germantown multifamily development for $20.7 million, according to The Daily Ne...

44. Archived Article: Events - The Grant Center hosts Dr

The Grant Center hosts Dr. Craig Russon, evaluation manager for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at Mid-South Independent Electrical Contractors, 2814 Stage Center Drive. Cost is $75 for membe...

45. Archived Article: This Week - Small Business Empowerment Association Hosts Forum

Small Business Group Hosts Forum

Oct. 18

The Small Business Empowerment Association presents Business @ the Next Level at 6:30 p.m. at the University of Memphis FedEx Institute of Technolog...

46. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Widening I-240

Widening I-240

topic of hearing

The Tennessee Department of Transportation hosts a public hearing in the conference room of the Shelby Farms Visitors Center, 500 Pine Lake Drive, at 5 p.m. July 29 to gather public input conce...

47. Archived Article: Kellogg P2 - Kellogg to raise snack, cracker prices

Kellogg to raise snack, cracker prices
Snacking is about to become a more costly habit with Kellogg Co. becoming the second major food company to announce it would raise prices on cookies and crackers i...

48. Archived Article: Market Briefs - The Institute of Management Accountants will have its first meeting at 5:30 p The Institute of Management Accountants will have its first meeting at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Memphis Brooks Museum.  The theme will be a beach party to honor area ...

49. Archived Article: Real Briefs - Five Memphis engineering firms are among the 18 Tennessee firms entered in the annual competition for the Engineering Excellen Five Memphis engineering firms are among the 18 Tennessee firms entered in the annual competition for the Engineering Exce...

50. Archived Article: Benchmark - Two tigers tangle in Supreme Court fight

Two tigers tangle in Supreme Court fight

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday said Kellogg could go forward with a lawsuit charging that Exxon Mobil's cartoon tiger infringes on the cereal company's ``Tony the...

51. Archived Article: Benchmark (kellogg) - Kellogg and Exxon in cat fight over tiger logo Kellogg, Exxon in cat fight over use of tiger logo A court fight between corporate heavyweights Kellogg Co. and Exxon Mobil Corp. has been re-ignited over the use of cartoon tigers in advertisements of ...

52. Archived Article: Benchmark - Kellogg, Exxon in cat fight over Tiger Kellogg, Exxon in cat fight over Tiger logo Kellogg Co., the nations largest cereal company, is suing Exxon Corp. for trademark infringement, alleging that the global energy companys Tiger character is too simi...

53. Archived Article: Benchmark - Immigration Judge Takes Oath of Immigration judge takes oath of office Memphis has a new judge to handle immigration cases. Charles E. Pazar was sworn in last week during an investiture ceremony in the Clifford B. Davis Federal Building. Deputy Chie...

54. Archived Article: Catfish Corner Lj - lj 10/5 cates Horn Lake business to cater D.C. festival By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News A DeSoto County restaurant and catering operation will have the opportunity this summer to introduce thousands of people from all over the world to one of Missi...

55. Archived Article: Memos - Amanda E Amanda E. Suzore has joined Pickering Firm Inc. as an executive secretary. She has more than 12 years experience as an administrative assistant and previously worked for Allen & Hoshall. Willa Martin Bailey has been named senior vice pr...

56. Archived Article: Memos - Darryl J. Arbor has been promoted to vice president-internal audit for Promus Hotel Corp. A certified public accountant, Arbor previously was director of internal audit. He has a bachelors degree in business administration from the University of Cen...

57. Archived Article: Idi Warehouse Chg - 5-14 chg IDI warehouse IDI starts construction on new spec warehouse By CAMILLE H. GAMBLE The Daily News Industrial Developments International has begun construction on its sixth building in the companys Memphis Distribution Center located on Hickor...

58. Archived Article: Manu. Employ - 1/26 jts manu. employ. Manufacturing work force in stasis Medical manufacturing By JAMES SNYDER The Daily News   Memphis manufacturing employers appear to be stuck somewhere along the space-time continuum. Between 1980 and 1995, Memphis manufac...

59. Archived Article: Main Graphic - main graphic Top Employers A Decade of Change (Infographic) Employer 1985 1995 Schering-Plough Healthcare 2,500 1,300 Cleo Inc. 1,700 1,260 Smith & Nephew Richards 750 1,500 Carrier Corp. &#...

60. Archived Article: Focus Lj - lj 10/5 cates Business group takes proactive stance on depot closing By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News A Memphis neighborhood business association is prepared to market its area as an attractive industrial site and turn the closing of the Defense Dep...