VOL. 125 | NO. 30 | Monday, February 15, 2010
City Market Groceries & Deli is an upscale grocery and deli planned for the ground floor of Radio Center Flats, center, the apartment development at 66 S. Main St.
No one needs to remind local community bankers that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
The doctors at Stern Cardiovascular Clinic are mulling the cut of another 40 people, 25 percent of its remaining 160 employees, plus closing outreach centers in Munford, Ripley, Tenn., and Ripley, Miss.
Nine years ago, businessman Steve Coplon accomplished something thousands of doctors had been struggling with since 1983: He pulled together 20 oncology practices from across the nation, persuading Medicare to reverse planned cuts to reimbursements.
When an important order comes due at American Resource Systems Inc., the “super-duper crew” gets the job done.
As many sectors of the economy slowly sputter back to life, the state of the legal industry is often overlooked in economic reports. This trend can be surprising because law firms and corporate legal departments provide the advice and representation necessary for many different kinds of businesses to move forward with their recovery.
The Metro Charter Commission still has a few housekeeping chores to tend to but is about to move into the most critical phase of its work.
Rick Mullaney is general counsel for Jacksonville, Fla., the only consolidated local government in the state.
For St. Valentine’s Day weekend, the Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center (BPACC) is bringing a well-known face from a popular early-1980s television series, but audiences may be surprised to find his talent isn’t limited to acting.
Richard and Barbara Farmer opened Jarrett’s in 1994.
Combining modern art with outrageous puns, an alluring wine and a fairly amazing price means the Irma La Tage Red Wine 2007 is pretty irresistible.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Prosecutors say a Memphis attorney has been sentenced to 10 years for stealing thousands from clients who had given him power of attorney over their financial affairs.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee Democratic leaders say a Republican lawmaker at the center of a controversial race during the 2008 general election is wrongfully taking credit for repairs to a Kingsport highway.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee Valley Authority reservoirs are above seasonal levels because of above-average rainfall last year.
ABERDEEN, Miss. (AP) - A former Tennessee lawyer has pleaded guilty to one count related to his role in defrauding the U.S. Department of Agriculture out of $2.8 million in bioenergy subsidy money.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Retail sales posted a better-than-expected increase in January, a welcome development that could mean stronger U.S. economic growth in coming months.
CINCINNATI (AP) – The Kroger Co. and Shell Oil are combining forces to offer gas discounts for grocery shoppers at Shell stations.
MIAMI (AP) - Citing weak evidence, a federal judge on Friday acquitted two former employees of fallen financier Allen Stanford on charges they illegally shredded thousands of company documents to hinder the federal probe into an alleged $7 billion Ponzi scheme.
NEW YORK (AP) - Interest rates fell in the bond market Friday after China said it would increase reserve requirements for its banks.
NEW YORK (AP) - Ben Bernanke and Tim Geithner keep saying that they support a strong dollar. Now that we have it, they should eat their words.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Democrats scrapped a bipartisan jobs bill in favor of one they say is leaner and focused solely on putting Americans back to work, and they're all but daring Republicans to vote against it.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney General Eric Holder is leaving open the possibility of trying professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed before a military commission instead of the civilian trial originally planned for New York City.