VOL. 123 | NO. 2 | Thursday, January 3, 2008
The Memphis brokerage firm that oversees a group of struggling mutual funds has settled an arbitration claim filed against one of them. The RMK funds saw much of their value wiped out in 2007's credit crisis.
At year's end, the Memphis City Council had left the proposition of disciplining city office holders accused but not convicted of wrongdoing in the hands of city voters.
J. Hale Freeland has been going to court in North Mississippi since he was in the fifth grade. His father's storied law firm was founded in the 1870s and Freeland can remember seeing his first case tried in Yalobusha County in a courtroom that still had spittoons. Among his childhood chores was waxing the old hardwood floors of the family business.
When Molson Coors Brewing Co. decided to close its Memphis facility in 2006, some employees were left to make life-altering decisions.
Preliminary year-to-date and fourth quarter numbers paint a surprising picture of two economic woes that long have plagued debtors in Memphis.
Sure, 2008 is only a few days old, but the dreaded April 15 will be here in no time.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The president and chief executive of FedEx Express, a subsidiary of shipping company FedEx Corp., exercised options for 50,000 shares of common stock, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
NASHVILLE (AP) - The state's new open records ombudsman office has a mission to help Tennesseans obtain local government records, but the staff will be relying on the power of persuasion if local officials balk.
Hours before one of her final televised messages was due to be broadcast to Iowa voters during Wednesday’s newscasts there, Hillary Clinton’s top presidential campaign officials told Tennessee reporters the former first lady has built a major base of support in the Volunteer State.
Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton told members of the Memphis Kiwanis Club Wednesday that he wants to pursue a single, county-wide referendum on the idea of consolidating city and county governments.