VOL. 125 | NO. 103 | Thursday, May 27, 2010
GTx Inc. has reported a setback with one of the potential drug therapies in its pipeline, a treatment to prevent prostate cancer in men at high risk for the disease.
When people get to visit the new Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Center next month, they will walk inside a $340 million hospital that is a bastion of innovative medical technology, a tower of environmental efficiency and a museum of fine art.
The regional developer of CVS pharmacies today announced plans to raze Union Avenue Methodist Church at Union and Cooper and build a drugstore.
The Regional Medical Center at Memphis will write off about $4.4 million in assets because it no longer has an ownership stake in the Hospital Wing.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr.’s administration is taking a hard look at the city’s controversial arrangement with a Texas law firm that prods tardy city taxpayers to pay up.
Glankler Brown attorney and real estate chairman Hunter Humphreys has been named a Real Estate SuperLawyer by Corporate Counsel Magazine.
Ray’s Take: As the economy seems to slowly, reluctantly rebound, Americans are starting to loosen the purse strings. Consumer spending is starting to rise.
All four Republican contenders for Tennessee governor offered differing definitions of conservatism this week in a Memphis television forum.
Real estate information company Chandler Reports has introduced a 2010 Tax Kit homeowners can use to help lower their property taxes.
MEMPHIS (AP) — Discount merchant Fred's Inc. said Wednesday that its first-quarter profit slipped 4 percent even as sales climbed.
NASHVILLE (AP) – A proposal to give state workers a one-time $500 bonus is a major sticking point in negotiations over a budget plan.
NASHVILLE (AP) — Barring violent weather through the holiday weekend, Tennessee will complete the month with 14 tornadoes causing one death for the fourth-most active May in 20 years.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Orders for large manufactured goods rose sharply last month while sales of new homes surged with help from government incentives, giving the economic recovery a jolt in April.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators moved Wednesday toward requiring a uniform system for tracking all securities orders on U.S. exchanges, in hopes of making it easier to investigate market disruptions like the May 6 plunge.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid partisan sparring, a House panel has advanced a sweeping U.S. auto safety bill that critics contend is too tough on the industry.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Insurance giant American International Group Inc. is better positioned to pay back all of its $182 billion federal bailout, a key Treasury official testified Wednesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook is simplifying its privacy controls amid growing unrest from many of its users.