VOL. 123 | NO. 36 | Thursday, February 21, 2008
Fifth Third Bank of Cincinnati has transferred its lawsuit against Memphis-based First Horizon National Corp. - over what was supposed to be a routine sale of bank branches - from a federal court in Ohio to a state court in Nashville.
Jackie Condrey goes through about 400 arrest reports a month at the Criminal Justice Center, looking for indications of trouble in apartment complexes, high rises and rental housing - specifically drug dealing and prostitution.
Kevin C. Cox has been named to the firm management committee of Glankler Brown PLLC.
The early reviews are in. And nothing appears certain in plans to let Bass Pro Shops develop The Pyramid.
It was an idea that Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton Jr. dropped into his state of the county speech Tuesday to the Memphis Rotary Club.
Parents soon will have a new educational choice for their children as the Collegiate School of Memphis - an independent, urban, Christian college preparatory school - prepares to open this fall.
ATLANTA (AP) - A $20 billion deal to combine Delta Air Lines Inc. and Northwest Airlines Corp. was in "serious jeopardy" by press time because the pilots unions from both companies were unable to reach an agreement on blending their seniority lists, two people close to talks told The Associated Press.
Pyramid developer Greg Ericson got to sit at the same table as city leaders negotiating the Bass Pro Shops development deal Wednesday before Shelby County Commissioners. But the city’s project manager, Robert Lipscomb, consultant Tom Marshall and three commissioners left the room.
NASHVILLE (AP) - Toll roads in Tennessee would have to be majority American-owned under a bill headed for a full state Senate vote.
The Memphis Charter Commission has approved the idea of staggered terms for City Council members.