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Delta pilots ratify agreement to avoid furloughs

The Delta Master Executive Council voted to ratify a cost-cutting agreement that will avoid involuntary furloughs.
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How FedEx Ground plans to meet record demand this peak season

To help handle increasing levels of volume, FedEx Ground has opened six new regional sortation facilities throughout the country.
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From West Africa to Memphis: The culinary journey of Bala Tounkara of Bala's Bistro

In Bala Tounkara's culture, men did not cook. But, he said, his family recognized the importance of steady employment.
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A pandemic education: Training the next generation of health care workers

Hands-on health care education — masked and distanced — partners with virtual learning as local colleges adapt curriculums.
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See inside: New Downtown apartment complex nears completion, Landing highest rents in the city

"We make sure every touchpoint the customer comes in contact with mimics what you would have at a Ritz-Carlton hotel. Our on-site team … has the power — within a reasonable dollar amount — to make cu…
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Guest column: The increasing need for sustainably grown cotton

"A renewed focus on sustainability comes at a time when consumers are more conscious than ever before about the origins of their food and clothing, as well as the effect of their production on the wo…
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ECS launches $10M capital campaign to expand, upgrade facilities

The three-year campaign includes the construction of a new early childhood wing on its lower school campus, located at Wolf River Boulevard and Forest-Hill Irene Road.
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Health Care Heroes in unprecedented times: Charles Lapsley, Regional One

As the director of Nursing for Trauma, Emergency Services, Critical Care, and Firefighters Burn Center at Regional One Health, Charles Lapsley is more than a Health Care Hero, he is a superhero.
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How the Big Four commercial airlines are positioned to exit the pandemic in 2021

None of the Big Four appear to be at risk of going under, but there will be winners and losers that emerge from the pandemic.
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Health Dept. defends restaurant curfew, fears for local hospitals

By Christmas Day, the Shelby County Health Department (SCHD) expects "well over" 500 people to be in the county's hospitals with COVID-19. That's more than those hospitals are in a position to effe…
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The sale of Earnestine & Hazel's: 'Calls continue to pour in'

Steve Woodyard of Woodyard Realty is representing Earnestine & Hazel's, the storied South Main bar, in the sale of both the building and the business. "It's captured national attention," he said. "…
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Fogelman buys in Savannah, cites pandemic

“Migration patterns since the pandemic have accelerated in favor of Southeastern cities like Savannah, and this property is located in a submarket with strong accessibility to the growing set of dema…
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How attracting and retaining talent has changed in 2020

Businesses in the U.S. have been making dramatic adjustments this year, from employees working from home to operations disrupted by business openings and closings and retrofitting the workplace. Em…
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Memphis native takes on global marketing role at Popeyes

"As a Black male, who has spent my career in marketing in corporate America, it's not uncommon to be the only one that looks like me in the room. So for me, I've always recognized the need to speak u…
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2020 Best Places to Work honoree, Micro Category: The Seam

Meet Best Places to Work honoree, The Seam. An ag tech firm, the company is focused on innovation and collaboration.
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