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East Nashville apartments get going, Bridgestone rehab near airport, more 100 Oaks office work, and more...
Tech consultants add partner, lobbyist launches own firm, ad firms hires two managers, and more...
State roundup: Memphis high on misery list
Also: An update on VW contracts, FedEx laying off hundreds, and more...
'City Paper' parent company shifts editorial roles
Oil falls to lowest close in seven weeks
Analysts downgrading demand forecasts as stockpiles reach their highest level since the middle of 2007
Retail sales unexpectedly halt slide
With consumers facing weakening job market, economist says 'we’re still in a slow bleed'
U.S. housing plan to fund lower interest rates
New proposal would be voluntary for lenders and investors
Rebecca Christie and Margaret Chadbourn
Four country stars among music's top '08 earners
Madonna’s $242M haul tops
’s music moneymaker list
Headline homes: Nashville's top sales, January 2009
Our monthly look at who is buying and selling the most expensive homes in the Nashville area
U.S. annual budget deficit on track for $1 trillion
Four-month total already tops previous full-year record
Vincent Del Giudice
Awards program to honor top salespeople
Tom Black, LBMC partnering with
Chattanooga car dealer charged with wire fraud
Authorities say entrepreneur appropriated millions from New York relative
Wal-Mart plans to cut up to 800 HQ jobs
Retailer still plans to open at least 125 stores this year
Senate approves $838B stimulus package
Vote clears the way for House, Senate leaders to craft compromise plan; 'It has to be under $800 billion'
Regions, SunTrust lead bank plunge on bailout plan
Even though 'heart and head are in the right spot,' Treasury outline fails to inspire confidence
U.S. stocks fall on skepticism about bank-rescue proposal
Lower outlooks slam shares of Gaylord, CCA
Nissan vies for U.S. Energy Department loan
Nissan Motor Co. is Japan’s only carmaker seeking a federal loan under a U.S. program for fuel- efficient autos, competing for funds with General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and electric-car start-up Tesla Motors Inc.
Alan Ohnsman and Tina Seeley
Geithner seeks private investment for toxic assets
Regulators shaping plan that will include stress tests for banks
Rebecca Christie and Robert Schmidt
FedEx trims 900 jobs at freight unit
Company says pricing environment becoming tougher as demand shrinks
Bricks & Mortar
Walmart preps Dickerson Pike site, new retail faces in Rivergate and Green Hills, sewage storage on the riverfront, and more...
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