VOL. 125 | NO. 185 | Thursday, September 23, 2010
Two Mid-South banks – Trustmark Corp. and Cadence Financial Corp., each with a handful of branches in Shelby County – announced the signing of a merger agreement Wednesday afternoon.
Annual Wolf River Day celebrates conservation
Nature enthusiasts and conservation supporters are getting set for the second annual Wolf River Day exposition Saturday at the Vollintine-Evergreen Greenline, 620 N. Avalon St., in Midtown.
Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett broke ground Thursday morning for a $34 million expansion – the latest in a series of big hospital projects throughout the Mid-South.
More than 100 pediatricians will be leaving UT Medical Group Inc. to join a new physician partnership formed by Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Both sides in the consolidation debate are urging citizens to read the proposed metro charter and vote.
Lawyers for the city of Baltimore are preparing to reload in their two-year court fight against Wells Fargo over its lending practices in the city.
A new survey of communications professionals from across Tennessee indicates social media’s significance as a communications tool for businesses and organizations, yet the uncertainty factor leaves a gap between the potential and the mechanics of social media.
Memphis attorney David Blaylock of Glankler Brown PLLC finds himself listed in many national publications as one of the best bankruptcy lawyers in the country. When you have practiced law since 1964 in Shelby County, name recognition will follow.
Ray’s Take: You know the importance of investing in 401(k), IRA and other tax-qualified investment plans. The more you save for retirement earlier, the more options you’ll have later. Plus, you get the immediate tax savings on 401(k) deposits and money saved in traditional IRAs.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Herb Allison, the head of the government’s $700 billion financial bailout program, announced on Wednesday that he would resign. He is the latest in a series of departures from President Barack Obama’s economic team.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The departure of President Barack Obama's top economic adviser at the end of the year could provide the White House with an opportunity to revamp its economic team after the November elections, when voters are expected to take out their anxieties on Democrats.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says that U.S. banks are in a good position to meet new global capital standards because of the stress tests conducted in the United States last year.
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) – President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to reintroduce his signature health care bill to skeptical voters who don’t like or understand it six months after it became law.