VOL. 130 | NO. 85 | Friday, May 1, 2015
The majority leader of the Tennessee State Senate says the legislature is not done with a proposed expansion of Medicaid.
Bass Pro Shops’ grand opening fulfills vow made 25 years ago
It took about 25 years for an elevator ride to reach the top of The Pyramid.
The number of commercial sales in Shelby County dipped in the first quarter when compared to last year but the average sale amount and total sales revenue surged ahead of 2014 levels, according to real estate information company Chandler Reports.
Bishwas Shrestha, a graduate research assistant at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, got a call from a friend late last Saturday night bearing bad news.
Carnival Memphis will bring together leaders in the Mid-South legal industry for its Business and Industry Salute on May 5.
Zach Randolph scored the first six points of the game – “throw it to the hand” being an immediate and excellent choice.
We will get to the looming challenge that is the Golden State Warriors in just a moment.
GLORY BE. As an early convert, I was there for their first win ever – the first outward and visible sign for a city so in need of faith. While we knew grit and grind all too well, who knew we would come to embrace that identity and its disciples with religious fervor?
Lately, I’ve heard the phrase, “we’re all in sales” a few too many times. This thought can be a strange one to grasp when you think about it. For example, how could you ever be considered to be “in sales” if you work in the accounting, operations or legal department?
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) – State and community leaders in six cities are planning to participate in the launch of a project to help preserve the musical heritage and culture of the South.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Paychecks for U.S. workers are rising at a faster pace as strong hiring in the past year has lowered the unemployment rate and increased competition for workers.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid plummeted to the lowest level in 15 years last week, evidence that employers are laying off few workers despite a sharp slowdown in economic growth.
NEW YORK (AP) – Labor organizers are opening a new front in their campaign for a $15-an-hour wage for fast-food workers with a push to mobilize an unusual ally: franchisees.
WASHINGTON (AP) – To fight infections, hospital workers can hit the hand sanitizer a hundred times or more a day. Now, the government wants more study of whether that is safe and how well it actually fights the spread of germs.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The poshest of luxury homes are acquiring the cachet of a masterwork by Picasso or Matisse.