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The Food Biz: Bakery, landlord locked in lease dispute
Negotiations to extend the lease of Sweet-N-Sassy go awry over land ownership claims
Dave says: What should we watch for with our insurance claim?
Dear Dave: A tree fell on our house yesterday and did quite a bit of damage. Is there anything we should watch out for where as we’re talking with the insurance company?
State roundup: Former GOP chief named TVA chair
Also: State loses to Alabama in hunt for plastics plant, six finalists for TBR chancellor, IP continues to cut, and more...
Bricks & Mortar
A new hat for the Ryman, Scientologists prepping Eighth Avenue work, $10M overhaul for Hermitage apartments, and more...
On Music Row: UMG boss renews contract
Also: Roger Murrah lands new gig and two artists score big sponsorship deals with Penney and Dr. Pepper
Oil soars 14% on surprise drop in inventories
Imports fall steeply as OPEC cutbacks begin to take hold
Chrysler says combination with GM remains ‘best option’
Company’s viability plan says joining forces will improve cash flow by $54 billion by 2016
Verizon Wireless to build new network
Company aims to wrap up deployment of new standard by 2015
Marcel van de Hoef and Amy Thomson
Moody's: Chance of GM, Chrysler bankruptcy at 70%
Analysts say the government may have to step aside and let filing run its course
Factory output, housing starts plunge
Fed lowers growth forecast; some officials fret about deflation
Timothy R. Homan and Courtney Schlisserman
Stanford gave hypothetical data as actual performance
Attorney for investors says 'scheme was like a drive-by shooting'
Sophia Pearson and Laurel Brubaker Calkins
U.S. requiring new nuclear reactors to withstand plane crashes
Regulators expect applications for 33 new plants by the end of next year
Obama: Stimulus will restore jobs
President signs $787B bill he says marks ‘the beginning of the end’ of economic problems
Roger Runningen and Kim Chipman
GM seeks up to $16.6B in aid, plans 47,000 job cuts
Company's restructuring plan calls for end of Saturn by 2011 and quick sale or shutdown of Hummer; Chrysler also says it needs more aid
John Hughes and Jeff Green
New Business Listings
Filed during the week of Feb. 9-Feb. 13
Obama rejects ‘car czar’ concept
Geithner, Summers will head up task force to lead revamp of U.S. auto industry
Better living through chemistry
Playing 'the game within the game' and checking up on athletes, workers and patients has Aegis Sciences booming
The Chatter Class: The architect’s key role in 5th & Main receivership
The unusual moves that complicated the squabble between the East Nashville project's developer and Wachovia
Nashville at law: Losses top $14.3M in alleged ‘Madoff scheme’
Also: Managers at a barbecue restaurant stand accused of discrimination and a medical technology company files to gradually wind down its operations.
The Food Biz: Former Ireland’s site set for rebirth
The prime 21st Avenue location that also housed Nick & Rudy’s will soon reopen as The Varsity Grille. Also: Downtown Franklin gets a high-end sports bar.
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