VOL. 125 | NO. 184 | Wednesday, September 22, 2010
An improved inventory supply system allowed AutoZone Inc. to meet increased demand from cost-conscious consumers during an “extremely hot summer.”
Three public art projects set to launch
Art is more than something pretty to look at.
Tri-State Bank of Memphis has exchanged its nearly $2.8 million in Troubled Asset Relief Program money for a lower-cost infusion of federal capital that has a slightly different purpose – to boost bank loans to small businesses.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. is suggesting the idea of “high fitness areas” where lots of people jog, walk and ride bikes.
With cost and quality becoming more transparent in health care, location is not always the primary factor for deciding which hospital gets a patient’s business.
As Memphis musicians and studios struggle to find work among the rubble of the record industry, the concept of brand entertainment partnerships offers interesting possibilities.
The Daily News has published a special edition on commercial and and industrial real estate, now available online in PDF format. Click the thumbnail image on the right-hand side of the home page, www.memphisdailynews.com.
Denny Bardos has joined St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School as dean of enrollment management and financial aid.
When most of us hear the phrase “closing techniques,” we immediately think of a pushy car salesman frantically trying to sell us a car, any car, that day. When selling business to business, which many of us are, often a more delicate approach is warranted.
Health care reform, signed into law six months ago, moves a step closer to completion Thursday, with the onset of a handful of provisions that will make it easier to get preventive care and protect people who might run out of insurance coverage.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Seniors enrolled in popular private health insurance plans through Medicare will pay a little less on average next year, the Obama administration said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Home construction increased last month and applications for building permits also grew. The gains were driven mainly by apartment and condominium construction, not the much larger single-family homes sector.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – More union votes are on tap for Delta Air Lines Inc.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Senators are making another push at requiring utilities to use more renewable energy such as wind, solar and geothermal.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Obama administration is promising to move quickly to simplify the paperwork consumers receive when taking out a home mortgage.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Reserve signaled Tuesday that it's worried about the weakness of the recovery and is ready to take further steps to boost the economy if needed.
NEW YORK (AP) – Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday warned of the growing devastation of the global economic downturn and said the dangers posed by natural disasters around the world had been increased by the effects of climate change.