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Almost 500 new bedrooms en route to University District

Almost 500 new bedrooms en route to University District

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After receiving some resistance from neighbors, plans for a new 472-bedroom apartment complex in the...


MBJ\'s \'absolutely, positively\' biggest stories of 2018

MBJ's 'absolutely, positively' biggest stories of 2018

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With 2018 winding down, it's time to look at Memphis Business Journal's top stories of the year, based...


Latest edition of Book of Lists highlights Memphis\' bicentennial

Latest edition of Book of Lists highlights Memphis' bicentennial

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‘Tis the season for lists, from gift wish lists to “to-do” lists for the coming new...


Shelby County could contribute $150K to economic development efforts, new positions

Shelby County could contribute $150K to economic development efforts, new positions

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Shelby County could contribute up to $150,000 in the current fiscal year to a joint venture aimed at...


Memphis hopes to have rental property registry, renter\'s rights in place by 2020

Memphis hopes to have rental property registry, renter's rights in place by 2020

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The City of Memphis plans to put a rental property registry ordinance in front of the Memphis City Council...


New bar in the works for Binghampton

New bar in the works for Binghampton

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The owners of City & State and The Liquor Store have a new bar planned. A building permit, valued...


As Memphis continues property registry plans, WaPo highlights local landlord

As Memphis continues property registry plans, WaPo highlights local landlord

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The City of Memphis continues to plan a rental property registry to help deal with code violations on...


\'Next generation supplier\' acquires local trucking company

'Next generation supplier' acquires local trucking company

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In 1972, W.E. Graham Sr. had one U.S. Postal Service (USPS) contract, served by his Ford F600 truck,...


With perception and technology evolving, women in trucking are a growing group

With perception and technology evolving, women in trucking are a growing group

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“The biggest challenge is that women don’t picture themselves in the supply chain.”


With redevelopment across the street, Southland Mall sold

With redevelopment across the street, Southland Mall sold

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With the redevelopment of Southbrook Mall nearing completion across the street, Southland Mall has sold.


Guest column: Health benefits can be deal-breakers in a tight labor market

Guest column: Health benefits can be deal-breakers in a tight labor market

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As a hiring professional, it’s tempting to make salary the focal point of a job offer. After all,...


Memphis public company buys out New York partner

Memphis public company buys out New York partner

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A Memphis-based public company is continuing to execute on its long-term strategy with a recent property...


Tennessee Nissan exec released from Tokyo jail

Tennessee Nissan exec released from Tokyo jail

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Greg Kelly, an ex-Nissan employee who was recently charged with allegedly helping company chairman Carlos...


From Amazon to Walmart, the companies that made headlines in 2018

From Amazon to Walmart, the companies that made headlines in 2018

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The year began with Amazon.com Inc. narrowing its list of candidates to host the company's HQ2 operation....


Pictures of growth, scenes of destruction: Images from 2018

Pictures of growth, scenes of destruction: Images from 2018

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Concrete was poured, offices opened and parties were held. The past year, tragically, also brought loss...


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