VOL. 122 | NO. 237 | Thursday, December 13, 2007
Legendary recording studio takes its latest act to the Internet
A little more than halfway through the set his band recorded on a recent night at Ardent Studios for a new Internet radio show, vocalist Ben Davis gave audience members in the room something they wanted besides music. In between songs, he shared a few stories from the road.
Some members of the Memphis Bar Association were concerned that last week's annual meeting luncheon might be overshadowed by Monday's appearance at a bar foundation luncheon by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Since her appointment more than 10 years ago as a federal judge for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Tennessee, Judge Jennie D. Latta has become a staunch force rallying against abuses of the bankruptcy system.
Wright Medical Group Inc. of Arlington has been included in what is a widening federal probe of the connections such orthopedic medical device companies have with surgeons who install hip and knee joint replacements.
When Ken Woody started his new job in the past couple of weeks, he already had a backlog of work, which he's more than doubled since then.
NEW YORK (AP) - SunTrust Bank and Regions Financial on Tuesday lowered their prime rates by one-quarter percentage point after the Federal Reserve cut its key interest rate.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Republicans say it's OK not to cover the $50 billion in revenue losses from Congress' annual alternative minimum tax fix to save millions of families from higher taxes - even as the GOP president counts on revenues from that higher levy to reduce the red ink in his budget.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Reserve on Wednesday announced a novel approach to injecting money into the banking system as it struggles to combat a severe credit crunch that threatens to drag the country into a recession.
Two of the four Shelby County primary elections on the Feb. 5 ballot will be one-candidate affairs.