VOL. 127 | NO. 51 | Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Memphis last month was named as one of 29 metropolitan areas to be included on the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index, which is now nearing 100 cities.
Bartlett’s continued growth leads to hospital’s expansion
Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is seeing record numbers of patients after unveiling its $34 million, 83,000-square-foot expansion earlier this month.
Memphis Federal Court Judge Hardy Mays has denied a motion by defense attorneys for a mistrial in the Petties drug organization trial.
Memphis leaders will be in Washington Wednesday, March 14, to push for two projects they hope will win a share of federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery – or TIGER IV – grants.
MEMPHIS (AP) – It took two overtime periods, but the Los Angeles Lakers eventually made sure the Memphis Grizzlies stayed behind them in the Western Conference standings.
NASHVILLE (AP) – The Tennessee Titans will be meeting with Peyton Manning on Wednesday, according to owner Bud Adams.
Ten weeks ago, when University of Memphis point guard Joe Jackson was so distraught over his playing time that he considered transferring, who would have predicted this?
It is now up to a court to decide on a new set of district lines for the Shelby County Commission.
The Downtown Memphis Commission is working with developers interested in converting the Chisca Hotel into a set of smaller studio apartments.
James “Jim” D. Warmath is approaching 50 years of service at Allen & Hoshall engineering firm. He began as a draftsman after seeing an advertisement for the job. Today he is project manager in the electric utility department.
There’s no better way to immerse potential customers in your brand than through experiential marketing – a form of guerrilla marketing seeing a resurgence.
A battle rages around us: the battle for the future of the Internet. As Congress debates the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House and the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) in the Senate, most of us are unaware of the issues at stake.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of U.S. jobs openings fell in January from a three and a half year high. The modest decline suggests hiring could continue at its healthy pace but may not accelerate.
DALLAS (AP) – Southwest Airlines doesn't expect to earn a profit in the first quarter because of higher fuel costs.
WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. companies restocked at a faster pace in January, a sign that businesses expect stronger job growth to fuel more sales.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Millions of college students could be in for a shock this summer. The interest rate on a popular federally subsidized student loan doubles in July unless Congress acts.