Executive Appointments

Seigenthaler PR adds five members to its team The Memorial Foundation announces board member Energy Automation Systems announces four appointments Winfree joins Pinnacle Judson elected VP for Barge Waggoner Wright joins Colliers office League for the Deaf adds to its board of directors More

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Dave Says

Dear Dave, We have three kids enrolled in Christian schools, and it’s very expensive. We truly believe they’re getting a great, faith-based education, but they’re only in elementary school and already we’ve had to dig into our savings. — Maureen More

Paulson should act to stop dollar slump, Americans say in poll

Americans want Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson to act to stop the dollar's decline, which has stoked the inflation eroding their household incomes. More

Nashville United Way selects new CEO

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville (UWMN) on Tuesday announced that veteran United Way leader Eric D. Dewey has been named its new president and CEO, effective June 16. More

Wal-Mart forecasts profit that may trail estimates

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer and a benchmark for the U.S. economy, posted higher first-quarter profit but yesterday said earnings may trail analysts’ estimates after record gasoline prices buffeted consumers. More

Bernanke says Fed to boost loans to banks as needed

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said Tuesday that financial markets remain unsettled and the central bank will increase its auctions of cash to banks as needed. More

U.S. April budget surplus narrows to $159B

The U.S. budget surplus narrowed in April from a year ago, reflecting increases in spending on defense and programs such as Social Security and Medicare. More

NASHVILLE AT LAW: Headache for hospitals?

Tennessee’s Supreme Court handed down a pair of opinions last Tuesday [May 6] that may or may not cause serious problems for hospitals in the state, depending on whom you ask. More

Chatter: Loose lips can sink relocating company ships

Area economic development professionals probably wish that they could give every new elected official an introductory course on confidentiality with potential corporate relocations. More
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