VOL. 125 | NO. 47 | Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Instead of picking a jury Monday in Memphis federal court, attorneys in the case of Dr. Roger Morgan are set to hear him plead guilty.
A dispute brewing over a realty firm’s organizational structure – and potentially jeopardizing its future – was kicked up a notch Wednesday when the company filed an injunction against the Memphis Area Association of Realtors.
Medicare could save as much as a $1 billion a year by tracking the failure rates of orthopedic implants and using that information to lower the incidence of revision surgeries – if the country had a system for collecting the data.
Amid an industry in a tailspin, the Visible School in Memphis has put its faith in Christian music.
Demolition work at The Fairgrounds resumes now that the Memphis City Council has greenlighted the idea of a “great lawn” off East Parkway.
The 12th Annual Bartlett Business Expo Thursday will offer savvy shoppers the opportunity to look for special promotions, obtain free samples and try their luck at winning prizes.
Randall D. Noel has been elected as the Tennessee delegate to the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates.
The Memphis Symphony Orchestra (MSO) announced the selection of its new music director in late February, a move that raised the group’s spirits and potentially its financial prospects.
Center City Commission officials are reviewing bids from companies interested in managing the roughly 425-space parking garage at 85 N. Front St.
As if the economy wasn’t in enough trouble, thousands of companies swimming in debt will see their commercial real estate loans reset in the coming years.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., (AP) - A federal judge refused to dismiss 40 lawsuits against a Swedish-based pharmaceutical company accused of failing to warn patients that two of its drugs can cause severe jaw deterioration.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - General fund tax collections missed projections by about $44 million in January.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Testing that verifies state prison inmates have job skills as they complete their sentences is aimed at keeping them from returning behind bars.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The sponsor of a measure that would declare an income tax and payroll tax unconstitutional in Tennessee says it's necessary because of the poor state of the economy.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Opponents of mountaintop removal coal mining are drawing on some star power to make their case for banning the practice in Tennessee.
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - Regional banking company Iberiabank Corp. says it received $329 million from a public offering of just under 6 million shares of its common stock.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Job openings rose sharply earlier this year, evidence that employers are slowly ramping up hiring.
DALLAS (AP) - U.S. airlines had their best January in four years when it comes to arriving on time.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Legislation to give additional months of unemployment benefits to people who have been out of a job for more than half a year has won key GOP support that means it will soon pass the Senate.