VOL. 125 | NO. 105 | Tuesday, June 1, 2010
BankTennessee ended the first four months of 2010 in the black, with a profit of a little more than $1.1 million in net operating income.
Memphis in May festivities end with air show
Airplanes seen flying through the skies is a part of the daily tableau for Memphians. Odds are they are FedEx or Delta planes lining up for landing or beginning an ascent into the clouds at any hour of the day.
Several years ago, when Speak Creative founder Jacob Savage was working on web design for the local office of a real estate firm, he realized how much industry practitioners rely on technology for success.
The growth of the Hispanic population in the Mid-South has spurred VIDA PR & Marketing Group to focus on helping businesses attract Spanish-speaking customers.
The head of the county’s emergency preparedness office won’t give a sworn statement to the county attorney’s office about his son’s job with a company that sold the office $98,000 worth of equipment in 2009.
Between John Bradley Wells and his wife, Lana, the two have nearly 40 years of experience in the restaurant business.
Businesspeople, especially business owners, have to accept more change than a vending machine if they want to last long term – and not only accept the change, but adapt to it.
4975 Hoover Drive, Memphis, TN 38128, Sale Amount: $2.9 Million -
New York-based Besyata Corp. has paid $2.9 million for the 152-unit Gardenwood Apartments at 4795 Hoover Drive in Raleigh. An alternate address is 4787 Garden Grove Circle.
A CEO recently shared with me the fundamental reason his business had stagnated – inability to execute.
The Tennessee Appeals Court has ruled the statute of limitations has run in a Memphis civil case alleging the Catholic Diocese of Memphis was negligent in supervising a priest accused of child sexual abuse.
Marketers beware: a nodding woman is not necessarily agreeing with you.
THE MEMPHIS NEWS
Two years ago this month, awed silence greeted real estate developer Tom Marsh as he clicked through slides and walked a neighborhood group through his team’s plan.
Longtime Memphians will remember when the area at Poplar Avenue and Cleveland Street was home to the Curb Market, an utterly unique collection of shops from delis to florists.
For the Metro Charter Commission, setting the qualifications for holding office in a consolidated government is not an abstract discussion.
Life-size marionettes, men in tutus and Betty Boop herself are among the diverse musical, dance and novelty acts on their way to the Mid-South in the coming months.
Hey, pal, when was the last time you wore a tie to eat at a restaurant? A suit? A jacket? Consented to take off your baseball cap?
Many times when people write about rosé wines, they begin by exclaiming: “Think pink!” and although the word rosé in French means “pink,” most rosé wines display not that pastel teeny-bopper hue but the color of pale onion skin or ruddy peach or silvery copper or – well, you get the idea. Rosés offer many variations on what we may call the Platonic ideal of pinkness.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - The U.S. Senate has voted to end debate over an emergency measure that will provide a $150 million down payment on aid to Tennessee, Rhode Island and other states hit by severe floods this year.
NASHVILLE (AP) - Tennessee jailers would be required to share information about suspected illegal immigrants with immigration and customs enforcement officials under a proposal that has passed the Senate.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Turmoil in the stock market and the European debt crisis are making life easier for American homebuyers and families looking to refinance: Mortgage rates are inching closer to a record low.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Fannie Mae reported Thursday the rate for single-family home loans behind in payments by at least 90 days dipped slightly between February and March. But the rate of serious delinquencies for mortgages on apartment buildings worsened.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Consumer spending was stagnant in April while incomes posted a tiny advance, signs that the economic recovery could slow.
NEW YORK (AP) - Your financial adviser might be acting like a doctor who prescribes certain medicine only because he's on a drug company's payroll and then neglects to tell you about it.