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1. Eddleman Joins Family Safety Center -

Vernetta Eddleman has joined the Family Safety Center, Memphis and Shelby County’s center for victims of domestic violence, as director of client services.

In her new role, Eddleman will be responsible for the planning, design, development and management of client services, and will also supervise and train staff and partner agency providers in delivering quality care to victims and their families.

2. I.O. Metro Launches Call to Artists -

As a regional chain store, Bentonville, Ark.-based I.O. Metro has characteristics typical of mid-size mass retailers: 20 stores in 10 states, and low to moderate prices made possible by mass production and buying in bulk.

3. Airlines Collected $3.4B in Bag Fees in 2010 -

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. airlines collected $3.4 billion in bag fees last year. The 24 percent increase from 2009 shows how the airlines are increasingly reliant on charging for once-free services to make money.

4. Retail Slide Sends Broad Stock Market Lower -

NEW YORK (AP) — Signs that U.S. consumer demand may be weakening led to a broad sell-off in stocks Friday, setting the market on course for its third week of losses.

Retailers Gap Inc. and Aeropostale each lost more than 15 percent after cutting their profit forecasts for the year, in part because of higher costs for raw materials. Gap's sales have been sluggish, a worrying sign for investors who are counting on shoppers to lead a recovery in consumer spending.

5. Huey’s ‘World-Famous’ Burger Turns 40 -

It might have been called “Hamburgers for Healing,” but perhaps that would be too cheesy and obvious. The 40th anniversary party of Huey’s restaurants in Memphis will offer live music and the eatery’s world-famous burgers with hope in every mouthful.

6. Project Greenway -

There’s no doubt 2010 will go down as a watershed year for the Wolf River Greenway, the $28 million, 22-mile nature corridor that traces the Wolf River from Memphis’ eastern border to Downtown.

The team responsible for giving life to the Greenway – the city parks department, the Wolf River Conservancy and the Hyde Family Foundations – has achieved a pair of key milestones, both of which are being celebrated as the jumpstart this project sorely needed.

7. Great Time for US Consumers: America is on Sale -

NEW YORK (AP) - There has never been a better time to be a consumer. America is on sale.

The Great Recession has caused massive job losses and hardship for millions, but it has also fostered a shoppers' paradise. Anyone who still has the means to spend can find unheard of deals.

8. Final Holiday Shopping Weekend Keeps Retailers Edgy -

CHICAGO (AP) – The deals were there and, by most accounts, so were the shoppers. But at the close of the final holiday shopping weekend, consumers confessed they were still nervous about buying.

9. Wal-Mart Scales Back Expansion in Tough Economy -

NEW YORK (AP) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is navigating the global economic slowdown by scaling back its store growth and capital expenditures and, instead, focusing on remodeling existing locations and creating smaller outposts.

10. Baptist Names Baker Nursing Research Coordinator -

Nursing professor Diana Baker has been named Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp.'s new coordinator for nursing research. Baker is the first person to hold the position. She has been in nursing for more than 40 years and most recently served on the faculty of the Baptist College of Health Sciences.

11. Illiterate Senior Co-Signing For Insurance Signs For Car Instead, Suit Alleges -

Walter Tidwell only wanted to help his stepdaughter, "a person who he trusted and helped raise."

Catrice Hale contacted her stepfather in June 2006 and asked him to co-sign for her automobile insurance. He agreed, but adamantly stated he had no intention of buying a car.

12. Cooper Young's Toad Hall Antiques Strives to be a Prince of a Shop -

When Dana Whitehead needed a name for the antique shop she was about to open, she sought a moniker unlike any other.

"I wanted something different, something whimsical, something that would appeal to different ages," she said.

13. Kennedy Takes Reins as Comcast's Memphis VP, General Manager -

Terry Kennedy has been named vice president and general manager for the Comcast Mid-South systems location in Memphis. Kennedy previously served as the company's area vice president in Alabama and Mississippi. Before joining Comcast, Kennedy was group vice president of operations for Charter Communications in Texas.