VOL. 123 | NO. 148 | Wednesday, July 30, 2008
At more than 90 pages long, a new market study prepared by a pair of research firms provides a look at Downtown Memphis by the numbers.
The board of the Regional Medical Center at Memphis today will make a decision its leaders say they hope will put the hospital on the road to becoming more financially stable.
It’s not every day that a 10-acre industrial site is put on the auction block – selling absolute to the highest bidder, no less – but a Cordova property zoned for heavy industrial use and about 80 percent occupied goes to bid next week.
NEW YORK (AP) – Home prices tumbled by the steepest rate ever in May, according to a closely watched housing index released Tuesday, as the housing slump deepened nationwide.
NEW YORK (AP) – Amid the gloom of higher gas and food prices and a slumping housing market, Americans appear to be looking for a bit of hope.
Dr. Patrick Wilson has been named dean of the Graduate and Professional Studies program at Christian Brothers University.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Whole Foods' long-running effort to acquire its rival organic supermarket chain Wild Oats isn't completely out of the legal woods yet.
NEW YORK (AP) - Merrill Lynch & Co., in a broad move to clean up its troubled balance sheet, said Monday it will sell a big slice of its toxic asset-backed securities and issue new stock to raise $8.5 billion of fresh capital.
WASHINGTON (AP) - More than a million and a half businesses owe the government about $58 billion in taxes they were supposed to withhold from employees' paychecks but never forwarded to the IRS, congressional investigators said in a report made public Monday.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - A top state official says a toll road may be the only way to go if motorists want a new bridge over the Mississippi River at Memphis.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A top Bush administration official Tuesday downplayed the importance of a homeowner rescue plan passed by Congress over the weekend, arguing that efforts already in place will help more borrowers.