VOL. 123 | NO. 232 | Wednesday, November 26, 2008
By the end of the year, the Kansas City, Kan.-based grocery wholesaler that’s pursuing a major redevelopment of Overton Square likely will have made a stronger signal of its intentions at the site or dropped out of the project altogether.
One security checkpoint at Memphis International Airport has become easier to navigate just as this year’s holiday travel season kicks off.
The season for postal bin diving and mailbox pilfering has arrived.
ATLANTA (AP) – The union that represents Northwest Airlines flight attendants is suing Delta Air Lines Inc. to block the world’s biggest carrier from starting the process to integrate the two carriers’ seniority lists until the combined group is given the opportunity to vote on union representation.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The federal government, still struggling to manage a severe financial crisis, unveiled two new programs Tuesday that will provide $800 billion to try to help unfreeze the market for consumer debt from home mortgages to credit cards.
Linda Martin has joined UT Medical Group Inc. as vice president of corporate compliance.
MIAMI (AP) - Existing home sales in Southern states fell more than 10 percent in October compared to the same month a year ago, while the median sales price dropped nearly 6 percent to $161,000, the National Association of Realtors reported Monday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matt Kisber hopes any federal stimulus for states would help Tennessee fulfill its promises to Volkswagen.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The economy took a tumble in the summer that was worse than first thought as American consumers throttled back their spending by the most in 28 years, further proof the country is almost certainly in the throes of a painful recession.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - American International Group Inc. said Tuesday it is limiting how much it pays its top executives, including granting a $1 salary for this year and the same for 2009 to its Chief Executive Edward Liddy.
NEW YORK (AP) - Shares of regional banks were mixed Tuesday, after the government introduced a number of new initiatives designed to help unfreeze the credit markets.