VOL. 124 | NO. 251 | Wednesday, December 23, 2009
As officials at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis try to find solid footing for the hospital’s current financial woes, they worry about the quicksand that lies ahead.
A search committee of Center City Commission officials will meet next month to talk about the first step in finding a replacement for the Downtown agency’s departing president.
As last-minute Christmas shoppers begin their tradition, early voters will be going to the polls.
All things considered, the local logistics sector fared better than many industries during 2009 as the recession claimed casualties throughout the U.S. Granted, some logistics, distribution and transportation companies suffered layoffs and closures, but the overall outlook is as bright as can be expected during these bleak times.
As a team of commandoes closed in on a Mexican drug lord last week, attorneys were meeting in Memphis to begin determining the fate of five men allegedly tied closely to the cartel.
Richard Kindberg, the former chief executive officer of Luminetx Corp., is suing the company after being fired this month following the announcement of a buyout.
Stephen H. Rhea has received the Julian Bondurant Distinguished Service Award from WKNO Public Broadcasting.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Law enforcement veteran Danny W. Talley has been promoted to director of the Tennessee Department of Safety's Criminal Investigation Division.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) - Hundreds of people sued the Tennessee Valley Authority for damages before the one-year deadline to file personal injury claims related to the huge coal ash spill at Kingston.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. economy grew at a 2.2 percent pace in the third quarter, as the recovery got off to a weaker start than previously thought. However, all signs suggest the economy will end the year on stronger footing.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. on Tuesday named Stephen Burke, the chief operating officer of Comcast Corp., to its board of directors.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Sounding a friendly tone to the nation's community bankers, President Barack Obama on Tuesday said the White House will seek to cut bureaucratic restrictions so that local lenders can help businesses seize "enormous opportunities" for growth after bleak times.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The FBI is investigating a hacker attack on Citigroup Inc. that led to the theft of tens of millions of dollars, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House has tapped a corporate cyber security expert and former Bush administration official to lead the effort to shore up the country's computer networks and better coordinate with companies that operate 80 percent of those critical systems.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld a $290 million judgment against Microsoft Corp. and issued an injunction that will prevent the sale of its popular Word software.