VOL. 125 | NO. 155 | Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Wharton Talks Incentives
Pinnacle Airlines Corp. executives, after listening to a coordinated, Downtown-focused pitch from developers, businessmen and political leaders, will now take about a month to finish deciding where to relocate their corporate headquarters.
Two-time cancer survivor finds success in East Memphis salon
At age 29, Ryan Swanson has his dream job.
Bass Pro Shops Lease Clears Final Hurdle
Memphis City Council members approved a new Unified Development Code Tuesday on third and final reading.
The Metro Charter Commission goes out of business Wednesday.
The new Joint and Spine Center at Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis will help patients get home quicker after orthopedic surgeries by putting their loved ones on the recovery and rehabilitation team.
Brad Martin’s name in Memphis is a familiar one because of his many years in politics and his involvement with several successful and large business ventures.
Before there can be a challenge of the Aug. 5 election results, there has to be a set of certified election results.
Shelby County Commissioners this week approved a new Unified Development Code with no discussion. The combined city-county code passed on a unanimous vote on third and final reading.
Sandy Deimund has been named clinical director for the Methodist North and Methodist South Hospital Comprehensive Wound Healing Centers.
Let’s face it. The word “sales” for many people can have a negative connotation. It’s often associated with old-style, won’t-take-no-for-an-answer tactics that involve selling a product or service whether or not it is actually a fit for the customer.
MEMPHIS (AP) – Termite and pest control company Terminix has acquired a California-based company and its Arizona affiliate.
NASHVILLE (AP) – Cornelia A. Clark will become the second woman in the state's history to serve as chief justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court when she is sworn into office Sept. 1.
NASHVILLE (AP) – Gov. Phil Bredesen has been meeting with three credit rating agencies this week in New York.
KNOXVILLE (AP) – The Tennessee Valley Authority is having the highest demand for electricity since 2007.
NEW YORK (AP) – The first week of August was sluggish at America's retailers, even with sales tax holidays kicking in for about 20 states, according to data released Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Inventories at the wholesale level edged up slightly in June but sales fell by the largest amount in 15 months.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Worker productivity dropped this spring for the first time in more than a year, a sign that companies may need to step up hiring if they hope to grow.
NEW YORK (AP) — Morgan Stanley was fined $800,000 Tuesday by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority over failures to adequately disclose potential conflicts of interest in its analyst research notes.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Netflix Inc. has reached a five-year deal worth nearly $1 billion to stream movies from Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM online starting Sept. 1 – a major move that boosts its "Watch Instantly" offerings and makes the studios' joint pay TV venture Epix immediately profitable.
NEW YORK (AP) – The good news for sellers: Your house will sell. The bad? Only if the price is just right.
WASHINGTON (AP) – More worried about the recovery, the Federal Reserve took a small step Tuesday to bolster the economy.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal regulators have taken a first step toward eliminating the use of credit ratings in rules for banks, under a mandate of the new financial overhaul law.
WASHINGTON (AP) – With the 2010 census nearly finished, the government said Tuesday it will save $1.6 billion in the cost of the U.S. population count because of strong public response and no major problems.