Bredesen nemesis commissions study of state economy

Long time Bredesen critic pays $15,000 for report that says Tennessee fell behind economically under Bredesen More

Nashville on short list for Hummer headquarters

Spokesman said decision should come soon after expected sale to Chinese holding company More

Corporate courtship is not what it used to be

For the project’s supporters, much of the May Town argument has been couched in terms of regional sparring. More

On the wrong track

Left out of the federal high-speed rail plan, Tennessee officials must act quickly to state their case More

Transit thinkers

A small group of local urban planners, architects and policy wonks are out to bring private influence to public transportation More

State roundup: First round of education stimulus cash on its way

Also: Memphis braces for layoffs from two major employers and West Tennessee megasite seen as generating more than 10,000 jobs More

State roundup: Random House to publish Ford Jr. memoirs

Also: Cookeville moves forward with business park, Memphis mayor exploring Congressional run, Regal threatenes 3-D boycott, and more... More

Study: U.S. education gap stunts economic growth

McKinsey says shortfall costs country more than $140 billion a year More

Figuring out what’s fair for the fairgrounds

The future of the prime infill property needs to be part of a broader economic development conversation More
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