Friday, 28 April, 2017
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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...
Ex-Congressman to lead local consulting office, Nashville School of Law adds professor, PR firms promoting, 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
Country songstress Evans signs book deal with Thomas Nelson
Award-winning country vocalist Sara Evans will soon become a fiction author.
Obama signs spending bill as he seeks earmarks curb
‘This piece of legislation must mark an end to the old way of doing business’
Roger Runningen and Julianna Goldman
Stocks gain as banks rise, oil plunges 7%
JPMorgan CEO says bank profitable so far in '09
Auto loans most expensive in 25 years
Rising unemployment number moves to forefront of economic picture.
Employment discrimination claims hit all-time high
Agency recovered $376M for plaintiffs last year
Andrew M. Harris
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Headline Homes: February's most expensive home sales
This time each month, we normally bring you our
column, a look at who has been buying and selling the hottest houses on the market in the prior month.
Madoff to plead guilty in largest U.S. Ponzi scheme
Fallen investment manager likely to spend remainder of his life behind bars
David Glovin and Erik Larson
Delta’s weak demand may herald more airline cutbacks
Execs at major carriers see traffic sliding further
Mary Jane Credeur and Mary Schlangenstein
Stocks post best rally of ‘09 on improving Citigroup outlook
‘If we’re not at a bottom, we’re pretty close’
Rita Nazareth and Lynn Thomasson
Trade rep nominee: Focus will be on enforcement, not deals
Former Dallas mayor, NAFTA supporter says he doesn't have 'deal fever'
Bristol-Myers may be next after Merck buys Schering
Analysts see more to come in this round of pharmaceutical mergers
Depression dynamic ensues as markets revisit 1930s
As government tries to catch up to economic reality, plenty of statistics begin to resemble those of eight decades ago
State roundup: Big jump in jobless rate
Also: MTSU budget sees major cuts, Chattanooga’s mayor re-elected, ServiceMaster laying off, and more...
Accounting firms no longer recession-proof
Accounting firms get to grips with the idea that they’re no longer recession-proof
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