Sun04202014

Business

Second location, same mission for The Taylor-Brown Apothecary

The Taylor-Brown Apothecary held the ribbon cutting for its second location at 3333 Shelby Drive.

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Is Schnucks-to-Kroger sale an anti-trust violation?

Congressman Steve Cohen sent a letter to U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric Holder requesting an investigation into whether the sale of Schnucks supermarkets to Kroger supermarkets in Memphis presents any anti-trust violations.

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Reaping benefits: Deciding when to begin

A presidential commission has recommended increasing the early retirement age for Social Security to 64 and the full retirement age to 69.

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Victims detail Bishop Eddie Long’s alleged sexual coercion

Bishop Eddie Long settled civil lawsuits several months ago, which alleged that he used his influence to coerce young men into sexual relationships.

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DOJ sues to block AT&T takeover of T-Mobile

The Department of Justice Wednesday filed suit to block AT&T’s $39 billion proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. The department said that the proposed transaction would substantially lessen competition.

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‘The Atlanta Model’ on Regional MBE Power Breakfast menu

Many native Memphians have asked, “What happened to us? How has Atlanta surpassed us, and even Nashville?” 

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Seminar: the power and potential of women in business

A special educational seminar, luncheon and trade show on Sept. 13 will be an educational and networking opportunity for women to become better informed on the power and potential of women-owned businesses.

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Mining the wealth in real estate

As we flip our calendars to September, two words – uncertainty and unstableness – continue to dog our current economic climate.

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Minds & Measurement Marketing Lesson 101

Today’s subject, my dear students, is neuromarketing and it is the latest measurement tool that’s revolutionizing the way marketers and advertisers are measuring consumers’ likes and dislikes. 

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African American Chamber of Commerce ready to hit the links in Jackson, Tenn.

Although none of its board members plays golf, the Jackson Madison County African American Chamber of Commerce is hitting the links to hook up with golfers in West Tennessee.

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Gospel greats to star at WLOK Stone Soul Picnic

Two of the nation’s leading gospel singers – Lee Williams and the Spiritual QC’s and Doc McKenzie & The Hi-Lites – will star in the 37th annual WLOK Stone Soul Picnic on Saturday, Sept. 3, in Tom Lee Park. 

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Never retire? Don’t count on it

It can be dangerous to believe that you can overcome a retirement income shortfall by telling yourself that you will work past the traditional retirement age or never retire at all.

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Path cut by father puts son on ‘Down to Earth’ course

Within walking distance to city, county, state and federal government buildings, banks and hotels, the Down to Earth Barber and Beauty Salon is uniquely situated to capitalize on all the foot traffic downtown.

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