VOL. 125 | NO. 97 | Wednesday, May 19, 2010
At Wednesday’s Center City Development Corp. meeting, the Downtown agency will consider awarding almost $160,000 in incentives to bring four real estate projects to fruition.
Patients rarely see members of a health care team that helps save lives throughout the Mid-South by identifying diseases and preventing blood loss from behind the scenes.
In a case where the numbers don’t tell the entire story, Memphis’ industrial real estate market fared better in first quarter than what the data show.
Nicole Fannin has been promoted director of Youth Villages Dogwood Campus.
Ray’s Take: When I say be a Boy Scout about your finances, I’m talking about being prepared.
Millington Mayor Richard Hodges has been studying how the various governments within Shelby County cooperate as part of the Metro Charter Commission.
When interim Shelby County Mayor Joe Ford debated GOP mayoral nominee Mark Luttrell last week in East Memphis, he couldn’t have been more absolute.
MEMPHIS (AP) - Prosecutors in Shelby County are using a new procedure to handle all felony methamphetamine cases.
NASHVILLE (AP) – House Republicans failed Monday to revive legislation that would require Tennessee’s driver’s license test to be given only in English.
JACKSON (AP) - State Sen. Roy Herron wants authorities to begin inspecting dams that are considered "high hazard" but currently exempt from inspection.
NASHVILLE (AP) - Senate Democratic Leader Jim Kyle has proposed an alternative budget plan he hopes will win the support of his Republican counterparts.
KNOXVILLE (AP) - Tennessee Valley Authority figures provided to The Knoxville News Sentinel under a Freedom of Information Act request show two top executives receive more than $1 million per year apiece.
US Senate Nears Vote on Four TVA Board Nominees
WASHINGTON (AP) - Construction of new homes rose more than expected in April but new building permits fell sharply, signaling the industry's rebound could be short-lived.
NEW YORK (AP) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s first-quarter net income rose 10 percent as the world’s largest retailer benefited from cost-cutting and robust growth in its international business.
NEW YORK (AP) - Pfizer Inc. reported Tuesday it will cut 6,000 jobs as it trims manufacturing capacity for health care products worldwide after acquiring smaller rival Wyeth last year.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Construction of homes surged in April to the highest level in 18 months, fueled by buyers capitalizing on an expiring tax credit. Permits for new construction sank, signaling the rebound could fade.
BOSTON (AP) - Federal investigators on Tuesday will submit preliminary findings into a sudden plunge in financial markets, and exchanges will propose new trading rules aimed at preventing another such crash, the nation's top securities regulator said.