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The Chatter Class: Bells Bend bill intrudes on local property rights

Proposal from state senator would hand control over more than 2,000 acres to TDEC More

The Food Biz: Tangredi restaurants to liquidate

Also: The brothers behind Bar Twenty3 prepare to launch their latest venture in Midtown More

Bricks & Mortar

An MOB at Summit, Scientologists still building, a rebirth for Tom Bannen Chevrolet, and more... More

Executive Appointments

Avenue adds a handful, a hospital analyst for Avondale, First Tennessee hires private client VP, and more... More

On Music Row: CMT promotes Philips to president

Also: Veteran managers Woolsey and Divincenzo form joint venture More

State roundup: Big jump in jobless rate

Also: MTSU budget sees major cuts, Chattanooga’s mayor re-elected, ServiceMaster laying off, and more... More

FDIC may cut emergency fee if credit line increases

Request for greater Treasury resources comes after banker backlash More

‘Cram-down’ bankruptcy bill passes House

Opponents say measure will further destabilize loan market More

Law firms offering lawyers up to $75,000 not to work

Firms are encouraging those who accept offer to spend a year doing community service, public-interest work More

Oil rises to five-week high on signs China will increase stimulus

Commodities expected to rise as traders look for inflation hedge More

Market bear: U.S. stocks likely to keep retreating

Fund manager with strong recent record says investors are still too optimistic More

Greyhound to plead its case to BZA

The Board of Zoning Appeals will consider at its meeting today a proposal to move Greyhound Lines from its Eighth Avenue South location downtown to the old Music City Dodge building on Murfreesboro Road. More

Services slump, payroll losses deepen

Fed says lending environment remains ‘tight’ More

Mich. governor urges auto task force against bankruptcy

Obama administration said to be mulling plan to drive aid to supplier base More

FDIC’s Bair: Insurance fund could be insolvent this year

Community bankers in uproar over fee hike as agency chief says, 'We searched for alternatives but found none better.' More

Senate defeats bids to cut $410B government funding bill

Republicans complain spending increases are too much; earmarks give federal employees and judges raises More

American Air pilots set meetings, prepare for possible strike

Union spokesman says '97 percent would say they're packing their bags and going fishing' More

Buffett says economy ‘in shambles,’ promises recovery

In annual letter to investors, Berkshire Hathaway chairman says bailouts necessary, but will produce unwelcome aftereffects More

Dollar trades near three-year highs

Government's support of AIG spurs demand while Eastern Europe is becoming the new focus of currency worries More

ICA head sees public-private partnerships in future of bridge, road maintenance

Butch Eley and Brentwood-based ICA are riding the wave of public-private partnerships in infrastructure management More