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Hospital sued for $5M over handling of child's corpse
Parents claim they were barred from identifying body and saying 'goodbye' despite never having been charged with any role in death
AIG chief: Rebuilding could take till 2014
Liddy tells Congressional committee his team 'must take the time and exercise the diligence to do this restructuring properly'
FYE on West End closed briefly over tax error
Department of Revenue had padlocks on doors for better part of a day
Injuries lead to LP recall
Manufacturer whose name graces Titans stadium forced to take back 48 million feet of decking
Lawmakers weigh three options to expand health coverage
House Speaker Pelosi expects floor debate on contentious issue by July
New business listings
Filed during the week of May 4-8
Ingram Micro pays up to settle SEC investigation
Distributor spun out from Ingram Industries had been implicated in software maker's accounting fraud
Hill Center at Nashville West breaking ground
Engineering firm will anchor building in front of latest local Publix store
Freddie Mac economist maps out recovery
Points out statistical head fakes that will come from unemployment, home price reports
Small businesses cheering up
Latest NFIB survey shows entrepreneurs taking much more positive view of coming months
Prominent local CEO files for bankruptcy after $300M verdict
Bankruptcy comes after L.A. jury sides with entrepreneur's claim that Greg Daily defrauded him; plaintiff calls filing move 'a bad faith filing'
Health care groups pledge $2 trillion in savings
Administration says plan from coalition that includes hospital groups and labor union is a 'game-changer'
Whitney: Bank stocks overvalued
Noted analyst says big-bank model is obsolete, earnings power 'negligible'
New local leader at Baker Donelson
Former manager of firm's Nashville office takes over national business department
Land Act lawsuit against Icon alleges fraud
Prospective buyer accuses developer of shifty paperwork
Lack of vitriol key to balancing act of making SPs work
The testy back and forth between Metro Planning, business owners and neighborhood groups hasn’t produced a middle ground that works for everyone
‘TARP became a form of socialistic capital’
Local bank analyst explores the dynamics and repercussions of the program that is helping banks shore up their capital bases
Pinnacle still hiring, the Realtors have a lobbyist, Cybera a tech chief, and more...
The Food Biz: Taco joint’s first-week business has been just loco
Sylvan Park's new arrival is off to a stormin' start. Also: A sushi eatery preps its Hillsboro Village opening.
On Music Row: Industry conference headed to Belmont
The International Country Music Conference will bring more than 30 panels to town later this month. Also: Rascal Flatts land another tour sponsor and three senior Row execs get new business cards.
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