VOL. 126 | NO. 61 | Tuesday, March 29, 2011
City Brewing Co. LLC, which has production facilities in La Crosse, Wis., and Latrobe, Pa., is planning to buy the assets of Hardy Bottling Co. in Memphis for $30 million and to invest additional money in the facility over the next five years.
Local film to show misfortune, heartache of musicians
Local filmmaker Lee Gordon has a simple goal in mind for “This is Why We Still Sing the Blues,” a documentary he hopes to wrap up by the end of the year.
February’s mixed bag of commercial real estate sales serve as evidence of the sluggish speculative market, which doesn’t appear to be staging a comeback in the foreseeable future.
Memphis City Schools superintendent Dr. Kriner Cash’s contract has been extended by the MCS board up to the Aug. 2013 transition date for schools consolidation.
In the daily hustle and bustle of city life, it’s easy for Memphians to forget that the urban pocket they call home sits amid one of the nation’s richest agricultural regions.
The new documentary of the golden age of Memphis professional wrestling is getting a regular run this week at two Malco theaters, Studio on the Square in Midtown and Desoto Cinema 16 in Southaven.
3971 Knight Arnold Road, Memphis, TN 38118, Loan Amount: $3.3 million -
Shelby Residential and Vocational Services Inc., currently headquartered at 3592 Knight Arnold Road, has filed a $3.3 million construction loan through First Tennessee Bank NA for its new headquarters at 3971 Knight Arnold, about a mile east from its current spot.
The Shelby County Election Commission Tuesday certified the results of the March 8 special election.
Enough time has passed that it might be a good idea to revisit the Peter Principle. Many of you might have forgotten it, or if you’re a young executive you may have never heard of it. However, if you choose to ignore the Peter Principle you might find out about it the hard way. You might get fired for incompetence!
Your family is planning its next vacation, and you’re looking for a great kid-friendly resort where you can spend the week basking in the sun.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Millions of retired and disabled people in the United States had better brace for another year with no increase in Social Security payments.
NASHVILLE (AP) – Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey is giving Tennessee residents and small business owners a chance to vent.
NASHVILLE (AP) – Republicans are balking at a Democratic senator's proposal to make it easier for minor parties to be listed on the Tennessee ballot.
DALLAS (AP) – The airlines' latest effort to broadly raise U.S. fares by $10 per round trip has crumbled as discount carriers like Southwest decided not to raise their prices.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Christine Kwapnoski hasn't done too badly in nearly 25 years in the Wal-Mart family, making more than $60,000 a year in a job she enjoys most days.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Americans earned a little more and spent a little more in February, thanks to a tax cut. But a big part of the extra money went to cover higher gas prices.
NEW YORK (AP) – MYTH: A 30-year mortgage with a fixed interest rate is always the most desirable option when buying a home.
WASHINGTON (AP) – House Republicans plan to introduce eight bills on Tuesday that would each take a small step toward pushing taxpayer-backed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac out of business, according to congressional aides and lobbyists.
WASHINGTON (AP) – More Americans signed contracts to buy homes in February, but sales were uneven across the country and not enough to signal a rebound in the housing market.