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  • A new restaurant opens in Downtowns hottest neighborhood

    Memphis Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    The Carolina Avenue overpass near the South Junction apartments has seen better days. Cafe Pontotoc, the newest restaurant in the blossoming South Main district of Downtown Memphis, is open for ...

  • Big mixed-use development is just the beginning for Collierville

    Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    John Duncan, director of economic development for Collierville, sees the town as a future hotspot for retail and residential growth. Collierville just last week landed its largest mixed-use ...

  • Fed study Shorter jobless benefits lead to higher employment

    St. Louis Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    If unemployment benefits were cut off earlier in 2013, the long-term unemployed would have been more likely to be re-employed, according to a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. If the ...

  • Qsource awarded $39.5 million contract from CMS for multi-state work

    Memphis Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Dawn Fitzgerald Chief executive officer Qsource Qsource, a health care quality and IT consultancy, has been awarded a five-year, $39.5 million contract from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ...

  • Put Uptown down for a $1.1M mixed-use redevelopment Video

    Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Monroe Ballard Jr., owner of media production company Optimum Studios and nonprofit Optimum Learning, said he will invest that sum over the next four years to upgrade the 10,440-square-foot building ...

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  • Blackburns top donors include private telecoms

    Memphis Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn Last week, U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn(R - Brentwood) introduced legislation that would bar the Federal Communications Commission from using its powers to help ...

  • Whats keeping the big national banks from taking over Nashville

    Nashville Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    As far as financial institutions go, they dont get bigger than JPMorgan Chase. The largest bank in the United States established a loan production office in Nashville three years ago. Its not alone ...

  • A chance for CFOs to get recognition they deserve

    Memphis Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Memphis Business Journal is seeking nominations for its 5th annual CFO of the Year Awards. The CFO Awards, presented by Vaco, seek to identify the chief financial officers at local companies or ...

  • Fed reports modest economic expansion for the South

    Nashville Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Employees work on the assembly line at Mercedes. The Fed's latest Beige Book said manufacturing activity in the South continues to grow. In the past six weeks, economic activity expanded ...

  • Battle of Franklin flag losing fight with time

    The Sun Herald - Monday 21st July, 2014

    FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Time is defeating a flag that last flew 150 years ago during the Battle of Franklin and donors are trying to come to its rescue.Preservationists need $6,500 to restore and conserve ...

  • Mavs sign Jefferson after losing Carter to Memphis

    MSNBC - Monday 21st July, 2014

    DALLAS (AP) The Dallas Mavericks have signed free agent forward Richard Jefferson as a possible replacement for Vince Carter off the bench. Terms of the contract announced Monday weren't ...

  • SunTrust Banks profits beat expectations in Q2

    Memphis Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    SunTrust Bank branch in Downtown Memphis SunTrust Banks Inc. (NYSE: STI) reported second-quarter profit was up 6 percent. Financial results included a $204 million pre-tax charge in connection with ...

  • Nashville airport handled 10.6 million passengers

    The Miami Herald - Monday 21st July, 2014

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority officials say the facility handled more than 10.6 million passengers in the 2014 fiscal year marking a record for the airport.The total ...

  • Man found with throat cut at N. Knoxville cemetery

    Knox News - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Scene inside Greenwood Cemetery on Tazewell Pike where a visitor found a body lying beside this Advent Electric truck in back of the Knoxville graveyard Monday, July 21, 2014. KPD is on scene trying ...

  • Mowing crew discovers possible grenade outside N. Knoxville Walmart

    Knox News - Monday 21st July, 2014

    KNOXVILLE -- A crew cutting grass Monday morning at a Walmart on Clinton Highway found an apparent hand grenade that was disposed of by Knoxville ...

  • Tennessee teacher headed to Army War College

    Associated Press - Monday 21st July, 2014

    MORRISTOWN, Tenn. (AP) -- A community college professor from Tennessee has been tapped for a rare appointment to teach at the Army War College in Carlisle, ...

  • Chart of the Day Think your CEO is relying on cold logic Nope

    Business Courier - Monday 21st July, 2014

    A recent survey done by Fortune Knowledge Group in collaboration with advertising agency Gyro polled senior-level executives on how much emotion affects the big decisions they make for their ...

  • Robata Ramen Yakitori Bar opens in Overton Square Video

    Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Jimmy Ishii plans to open a new concept, Robata Ramen & Yakitori Bar, in the Overton Squares historic Griffin House. Head Chef Yoshi Takasugawa and Aaron Petree of Loeb Properties tour the space on ...

  • Georgia companies to build Berettas $45M gun factory in Gallatin

    Nashville Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    The gun company Beretta has picked Atlanta companies to design and build a $45 million manufacturing plant and research facility in Gallatin, northeast of Nashville. At the start of this year, ...

  • NBJ announces Artist of the Year for inaugural Women in Music City Awards

    Nashville Business Journal - Monday 21st July, 2014

    The Nashville Business Journal is proud to announce the 2014 Artist of the Year for our inaugural Women in Music City Awards: Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum. On Sept. 15, Scott will be honored and ...

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