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1. Out-of-Patience Investors Sell Off Amazon -

NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon has long acted like an ideal customer on its own website: a freewheeling big spender with no worries about balancing a checkbook. Investors confident in founder and CEO Jeff Bezos' invest-and-expand strategy flooded into the stock as the company revolutionized shopping, upended the book industry and took on the cloud — even though its vast range of initiatives ate up all the company's profits.

2. Ruby Tuesday Sells Bartlett Lots for $1.1 Million -

8348 U.S. 64
Bartlett, TN 38133
Sale Amount: $1.1 million

Sale Date: Dec. 5, 2013

Buyer: 64 Kate Hyde Partners

3. Globus Files $8.7 Million Loan to Build Cordova Hilton -

Globus Partnership, the developer building a Hilton Garden Inn at 7955 Market Plaza Drive in Cordova, has filed an $8.7 million construction loan for the project.

4. Iberiabank Adds to Memphis Operations -

Iberiabank has signed an agreement to acquire certain assets and assume certain liabilities of Trust One Bank.

5. Raines Road Warehouse Sells for $2.3 Million -

4049 E. Raines Road
Memphis, TN 38118

Sale Amount: $2.3 million

Sale Date: Aug. 3, 2012

6. West Virginia Company Buys Oakhaven Taco Bell -

TMM LLC of West Virginia has paid $1 million for the new Taco Bell at 3569 Democrat Road in Oakhaven.

7. County’s Mortgage Lending Up in May -

When bank customers are seen doing something seemingly as simple as making plans for the future – plans, of course, that involve spending money – that conveys a lot to someone like Mike Edwards, Paragon Bank’s president and chief operating officer.

8. Not Apples to Apples -

The weak demand for housing, coupled with the stout foreclosure inventory, has translated into vast price declines in nearly every one of Shelby County’ 34 ZIP codes, affecting the bottom lines of homeowners and the city alike.

9. Privatization Thoughts Highlight Changes -

Here’s a roundup of what some of the city’s banks and bankers, investment professionals, mortgage brokers, asset management firms and other financial services shops have been up to in recent weeks.

10. Real Estate Pros Figuring Out New Reality -

The real estate market isn’t projected to get back to the pre-bubble bursting days of 2007 anytime soon.

It’s part of the new reality that agents across the board are coping with, and it was the heart of the discussion Thursday, Jan. 26, when real estate information company Chandler Reports hosted its “Master Your Market: 4th Quarter 2011 Update.”

11. Seminar Addresses Housing’s ‘New Reality’ -

As real estate professionals gather this week to take a look at the latest numbers and trends, they’ll also get a preview of the road ahead from some of the city’s top residential specialists.

12. Trust One Parent Has Profitable Q3 -

Columbus, Ga.-based Synovus Financial Corp. reported earnings of $15.7 million for the third quarter, the company’s first quarterly profit since Q2 2008.

13. Community Banks Resist Fees For Debit Cards -

Community banks have always possessed a certain charm among American financial institutions, one embodied by personal touches, friendly service and fewer headaches and hassles than their bigger brethren.

14. Synovus Reports Q1 Loss -

Synovus Financial Corp., the Columbus, Ga.-based financial services company and parent of Memphis’ Trust One Bank, reported a net loss of $93.7 million for the first quarter of 2011.

15. Trust One’s Parent Rolls Out Cost-Cutting Measures -

Synovus, the parent of Trust One Bank in Memphis, is rolling out a slew of efficiency initiatives, cost-cutting measures and revenue boosters intended to generate tens of millions of dollars in savings.

16. New CEO Says Trust One Is Eager to Loan -

Trust One Bank is eager to loan money to qualified borrowers who need it, says the new president and CEO of Synovus Financial Corp.’s community bank in Memphis.

17. Trust One Taps New CEO; Metropolitan Adds Equity -

Memphis-based Trust One Bank, part of Synovus Financial Corp., has tapped a Georgia banker and Memphis native as its new president and CEO.

18. Trust One Taps New CEO; Metropolitan BancGroup Completes Equity Raise -

Memphis-based Trust One Bank, part of Synovus Financial Corp., has tapped a Georgia banker and Memphis native as its new president and CEO.

19. Trust One’s Nigh Named Synovus Regional CEO -

Trust One Bank president and CEO William R. “Bill” Nigh is shifting into a new position that comes with expanded responsibility.

20. FDIC Report Offers Insight Into Banks’ Market Share -

First Tennessee Bank commands more than a third of the bank deposit market share in the Memphis area, while its closest rival has about half that amount.

21. Banks Anticipate More Optimistic Q3 Earnings -

When local banks start rolling out third quarter earnings this month, the results might sound familiar.

Bank balance sheets are still covered with red ink. As they’ve been doing for several quarters, banks are still trying to rid themselves of junky assets. They continue socking away money to cover potential losses and soured loans keep piling up.

22. Hot Flavor: Plain Vanilla -

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in April reached an agreement with a bank holding company there limiting its activities in several areas, including the payment of dividends.

23. Banking Community Awaits More Scrutiny From Washington -

Lawmakers in Washington are talking about new rules for a broad swath of financial companies and their transactions with customers.

Memphis bankers such as Hunt Campbell, president and CEO of First Alliance Bank, and Will Chase, CEO of Triumph Bank, are leery about what they’ll come up with. Both men regard the Washington establishment’s general response to new wrinkles in the credit crisis as regulatory overreach.

24. Report: Some Bailed Out Banks Retain Jet Perks -

NEW YORK (AP) – A number of executives of banks that received federal bailout money have continued to use corporate jets for personal reasons despite controversy over such perks, according to a Friday report.

25. Standard & Poor's Cuts Ratings on 18 Banks -

NEW YORK (AP) - Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Wednesday cut ratings on 18 banks amid concern about further weakening in the financial sector.

S&P said the changes reflected its assessment that volatility will remain in the financial sector and the industry is expected to face tighter regulatory oversight. S&P also said loan losses, which have plagued the industry for more than a year, are likely to continue to increase and could grow beyond expectations.

26. S&P Puts 23 Financial Firms on Negative Watch -

NEW YORK (AP) - Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's is reviewing whether to cut the ratings of 23 regional and national banks.

The firms were placed on "CreditWatch Negative" on Monday, which means there is a 50 percent chance the ratings will be cut in the next three months. S&P said it expects the results of the reviews by the end of May.

27. Ahead of the Bell: Regional Banks’ Estimates Cut -

NEW YORK (AP) – An analyst on Monday cut his fourth-quarter and 2009 estimates on 14 regional banks to take into account dividend payments on preferred stock issued to the government and expectations for higher credit losses.

28. Trust One to Cut 11 Jobs in Memphis -

Trust One Bank, a subsidiary of Georgia-based Synovus Financial Corp., will begin a round of job cuts starting Jan. 2 and ending Oct. 2. Eleven of the company’s 78 Memphis jobs will be cut, according to a notice it filed with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Dec. 3.

29. Trust One to Cut 11 Jobs in Memphis -

Trust One Bank, a subsidiary of Georgia-based Synovus Financial Corp., will begin a round of job cuts starting Jan. 2 and ending Oct. 2.

30. Trust One to Cut 11 Jobs in Memphis -

Trust One Bank, a subsidiary of Georgia-based Synovus Financial Corp., will begin a round of job cuts starting Jan. 2 and ending Oct. 2.

Eleven of the company’s 78 Memphis jobs will be cut, according to a notice it filed with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Dec. 3.

The staff reductions are part of a company streamlining effort begun in April and is called Project Optimus. As part of the project, Synovus is looking to find $50 million in savings and expects to cut 650 jobs over the next two years, according to company information.

Synovus representatives were not able to respond Monday afternoon about how the Memphis job cuts would be implemented at individual branches.

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31. Stronger Banks Keep Opting Into Bailout Program -

The impact that the U.S. Treasury Department’s capital purchase program will have on the banking landscape in Memphis is coming more clearly into view.

Bank of Bartlett has applied to participate in the government program, and bank chairman and CEO Bob Byrd said the bank probably will end up taking part in the program. Independent Bank is still evaluating whether it wants to participate.

32. Sector Snap: Regional Bank Stocks Fall -

NEW YORK (AP) - Shares of regional banks slid Tuesday amid more signs of weakness in the financial sector and a string of bleak corporate earnings reports.

Losses piled up in the broader market as third-quarter reports from companies such as coffee retailer Starbucks Corp. and home builder Toll Brothers Inc. sent a strong signal to investors that few industries are immune to a sharp pullback in consumer spending.

33. First Horizon MsaverTeams with TSYS -      First Horizon Msaver, an administrator of Health Savings Accounts (HAS), and TSYS, one of the world's largest payment-solutions providers, have teamed to offer a multi-purse health care and benefits payment card.
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Overland Place Property

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