"Repeal the ethanol mandate and receive appox. a 10% MPG efficiency dividend. About $25 Billion/year..."
The reorganizing American International Group has created a new leadership post for its U.S. life and retirement divisions — which includes Brentwood-based American General Life & Accident — and named 10-year company veteran Jay Wintrob to fill it.
Aug 20, 2009 2:42 PM
After the massive failure of Colonial Bancgroup, the regulator may soon hit up banks around the country for another "special assessment" to boost its deposit reserve fund. See our recent story on this topic here. On a related note, the FDIC may next week ease restrictions on private-equity investors who want to buy into failed or failing banks.
Aug 20, 2009 1:40 PM
Local health care information technology venture Informatics Corp. of America has inked an OEM partnership with Silicon Valley tech firm Mark Logic.
This partnership will support the meaningful use of the ICA Electronic Health Record (EHR) solution and advance population health management techniques for hospitals and integrated delivery networks, which include Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), regional health information organizations (RHIOs), and other statewide initiatives.Of the deal, ICA chief technology officer Jeff Cunningham said:
As a result of this partnership, ICA expands its ability to enrich, search, navigate, analyze, and dynamically deliver aggregated healthcare content across patient populations. This is a key differentiator for ICA, and of critical importance to our customers who will be able to take data from any source or format and make the information more usable in combination with the Mark Logic platform.
Aug 20, 2009 1:13 PM
Nashville's riverfront is one of 32 sites that have made the latest cut in the U.S. Soccer Federation's bid to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. Three regional rivals — Neyland Stadium, Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati and Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville — were eliminated from the process.
Aug 20, 2009 12:58 PM
A division of local contractors Broderick Builders, Green Hills Handyman, is hosting a contest for homeowners looking to "green up" their homes. The contest calls for homeowners to submit a 500-word essay about what sustainable improvements they would do to their home with a $5,000 budget. The winning entry will receive the sum for material and labor for their chosen project. The contest runs through October 15. For more details, see the release.
Aug 20, 2009 10:06 AM
Developer Crosland has signed on a handful new tenants to its Providence MarketPlace retail center in Mt. Juliet. The company announced yesterday three new tenants will take up a combined 7,426-square-feet of the 830,000-square-foot center. Trendy national clothing retailer rue21 — which bills itself as offering prices 25 to 50 percent below the competition — will take up 4,210 square feet of space. Body Shop Fitness, a specialized personal training facility, has signed on for a 1,842-square-foot space. The gym plans to open its doors in May. Later this month, Cori's DogHouse, a restaurant serving hot dogs and sausages, will open in a 1,374-square-foot-space.
Aug 20, 2009 9:47 AM
The Nashville-based hospital operator is cutting about 100 jobs at its Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Sin City. The company says the layoffs, which will include managers and support staff, are primarily due to lower reimbursements and a rise in the number of uninsured patients. HCA last month appointed a new COO at Sunrise.
Aug 20, 2009 8:11 AM
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