VOL. 123 | NO. 73 | Monday, April 14, 2008
Q1 permits plummet as inventory catches up to demand
Reducing starts and shedding inventory continued to be the overriding theme for homebuilders as 2008 began, and it manifested in the shrinking number of building permits filed during first quarter.
Shareholders of First Horizon National Corp. will put the Memphis-based financial services company under close scrutiny this week.
Customers walking into the MBI showroom on Distriplex Drive are being greeted with a new scene. Part of the office furniture and design business' showroom now looks like something out of a hospital.
Members of the Memphis Charter Commission are about to begin debating some of the most basic questions about how city government functions.
The job of creating a master plan for Shelby Farms Park is going to the design and planning firm that talked about adding more trees to the 4,500 acres in East Memphis as well as making the park look bigger.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans' confidence in the economy fell to a new low, dragged down by worries about mounting job losses, record-high home foreclosures and zooming energy prices.
Cadence Bank NA has filed seven notices of foreclosure against Chamberlain, McCreery & Rice LLC, the company formed by a trio of longtime developers and builders – Phil Chamberlain, Jon McCreery and Hank Rice.