VOL. 125 | NO. 3 | Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Christie Digital Systems, the new owner of the VeinViewer technology, will keep jobs associated with the medical imaging device in Memphis, company officials said today.
Two Memphis lawyers who have claimed the scalps of predatory lenders and slipshod property owners are combining their efforts in a new law practice.
A last-ditch attempt to gain class-action status for a lawsuit alleging that Memphis hospitals conspired to suppress nurse wages has failed.
The Traffic Club of Memphis isn’t wasting any time tackling issues that will be important to the trucking industry in 2010.
The Mississippi Legislature began a special session Tuesday with state incentives for a $300 million pipe plant in Tunica County on its agenda.
Bill Ellis has been hired to the Visible School faculty in the Modern Music Ministry program.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - State Sen. Roy Herron said Monday he has accumulated more than $675,000 in his bid to succeed fellow Democrat John Tanner in Congress.
CHATTANOOGA (AP) – The Tennessee Valley Authority is starting the New Year with its 29 hydroelectric dams running around the clock for the first time in three years.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen tells The Associated Press that he has rejected a proposal for the state to save money through the early release of thousands of prison inmates.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee's attorney general is seeking an injunction that would require a Colombian cigarette manufacturer to make back payments of $300,000 to the state and pay penalties.
LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) - Hundreds of trash trucks across California are rumbling down city streets using clean fuel made from a dirty source: garbage.
WASHINGTON (AP) - We can't get no job satisfaction.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. spent an average of $7,681 per person on health care in 2008, for an eye-popping total of $2.3 trillion – even though spending actually slowed dramatically that year because of the recession, a new federal study says.