Also this week’s Memphis Business Journal and Nashville Business Journal Biz Buzz is featuring AJ McCalls and Christopher Sheffield of the Memphis Business Journal. AJ McCalls, owner of DT McCalls and Sons retail stores, informs us on how the retail sector is fairing in a recessionary economy. Also, Christopher Sheffield of the MBJ is talking about the pending sell of Morgan Keegan and the local impact on Memphis.
12-01-11 – Biz Buzz – AJ McCalls of DT McCall and Sons.
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- If you missed today's IRS rally in Nashville you can watch almost the whole thing right here. http://www.tennessean.com/article/20130521/NEWS02/1305210016 hours ago
Live video: IRS protest in Nashville
Watch live video of the 'Rein in the IRS Rally' at the Federal building in Nashville at noon organized by Tea Party groups, 912 Project groups and Liberty groups to protest the IRS scandal involving the agency's singling out of Tea Party groups for extra scrutiny.
- If Sen. Campfield put on the wrestling mask could he run incognito?:>) (Granted, he couldn't campaign at Neyland Stadium...except in parking lots outside.) http://blogs.tennessean.com/politics/2013/wrestler-says-he-has-no-plans-on-running-for-political-office/17 hours ago
Wrestler says he has ‘no plans on running for political office’ | In Session
Kane — we mean Glenn Jacobs — said Monday that he has “no plans on running for political office at this time” following a report late last week that he might be planning to take on U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander.
- Great! And we wonder why the Muslims mock us???? http://www.nbcdfw.com/investigations/Accused-Fort-Hood-Shooter-Paid-278000-While-Awaiting-Trial-208230691.html17 hours ago
Awaiting Trial, Maj. Nidal Hasan Paid $278,000
The Department of Defense confirms to NBC 5 Investigates that accused Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan has been paid more than $278,000 since the Nov. 5, 2009 shooting that left 13 dead 32 injured.