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GM adds to Volt staff as bailout backs low emissions
Company’s goal for rolling out plug-in car remains late next year
Fed to buy $300B of longer-term Treasuries
‘They wanted to shock the market and they succeeded’
Wagoner: Ford’s UAW accord won’t work at GM
Company wants union to cut $20B in future health care costs
Jeff Green and Keith Naughton
Nissan to sell $1.3B of auto debt through TALF
Bonds will yield about 2 percentage points more than benchmarks
Housing starts unexpectedly jump
Jump of 20 percent from January ends longest negative streak in 18 years
Oil rises to two-month high on economic optimism
OPEC caught in 'delicate balancing act' of safeguarding cash flow during downturn
Treasury: TARP bank loans fell in January
Mortgage activity cut in half, commercial demand also falters; Geithner tells bankers to 'go the extra mile'
Wells Fargo boss calls stress test ‘asinine’
Chairman assails TARP, which he says sent signal that entire industry is weak
On Music Row: Idol audience presents marketing bonanza for Row stars
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will be among the stars during this week’s Opry-themed shows. Also: Opryland rolling out music-themed experiences and a senior RCA exec says goodbye.
Music Row staff
Ex-Congressman to lead local consulting office, Nashville School of Law adds professor, PR firms promoting, and more...
Hospitals focusing on women's health issues
Local hospital systems are piling talent and resources into women’s health services
Chatter: Was Greyhound’s BZA debacle not as bungled as it seems?
Now that the bus company's plan to move to Murfreesboro has been shot down, the ball that could hold up construction of the Music City Center is in Metro's court
Nashville at law: Area hospital, chain in court over federal funding disputes
Williamson Medical takes on the government over TennCare-related cash. Also: A Maryland company wants back the money it overpaid a local car dealer and creditors force an ambulance company into bankruptcy
'Where the Locals Eat' is now a national brand
Pat Embry has helped build
Where the Locals Eat
into a national restaurant brand
The Food Biz: Lauded Rutledge Hill eatery forced to close its doors
Andrew Chadwick’s says goodbye after less than 18 months. Also: An ‘upscale meat and three’ sets up shop on Trinity Lane.
Bricks & Mortar
East Nashville Lodge getting overhaul, a couple of airport jobs, a new roof for part of Opryland, and more...
State roundup: Eastman cutting another $100M
Also: State tax collections still behind budget, VW closes Mexican plant, Gibson County chambers won't merge, and more...
Up to 500 auto suppliers may fail, firm says
December production cuts by manufacturers now making their down supply chain
Alex Ortolani and Bill Koenig
Retail sales fall less than forecast
But Labor Department says jobless claims topped 600,000 for a sixth straight week
Shobhana Chandra and Courtney Schlisserman
Stocks surge most since November
General Electric, financials help lead the way; oil jumps ahead of OPEC meeting to consider another production cut
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