August 2014


Memphis Beat

The latest in Memphis business news
Peer Power Foundation to create new chapters in Shelby County Schools

Peer Power Foundation to create new chapters in Shelby County Schools

The nonprofit tutoring program marks the single largest expansion in its 10-year history.

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Sissy's Log Cabin Officially Opens in Laurelwood

Sissy's Log Cabin Officially Opens in Laurelwood

The Arkansas fine jewelry store opens the doors to its first location in Tennessee.

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MEMFix: Edge map

MEMFix: Edge map

Livable Memphis has unveiled the site plan for its Oct. 18 festivities

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$18 million mixed-use complex planned for South Front Street

$18 million mixed-use complex planned for South Front Street

226 Developer LLC has requested a PILOT Lease for 145-unit mixed-use development.

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Relevant Roasters on shelves at Miss Cordelia's

Relevant Roasters on shelves at Miss Cordelia's

Local coffee roaster teams up with local grocery store.

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Hong Kong: Over-occupied

Hong Kong: Over-occupied

Eyewitness summary and opinion on the protests in Hong Kong.

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Blu D'or Interiors Opens in Laurelwood Shopping Center

Blu D'or Interiors Opens in Laurelwood Shopping Center

The only store in Memphis that offers the Lee Industries line, Blu D'or Interiors houses boutique furniture and unique accessories for your home.

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Medtronic commits $6 million to combat diseases

Medtronic commits $6 million to combat diseases

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Awards go to A2H, Ritchie Smith Associates

Awards go to A2H, Ritchie Smith Associates

Local landscape architecture and planning firms garner state awards.

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Scenes from the MBQ 2014 Innovation Awards

Scenes from the MBQ 2014 Innovation Awards

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