First things first with 'primary' homes

Q: I have two primary homes but would like to buy another. A friend wants to live in one of my primary homes and pay me rent. More

Executive Appointments

Centerstone names McClung its director of technology More Regions Financial promotes Oakley FirstBank makes two key Nashville-area additions New manager at Rochford Realty & Construction

Real estate transactions

SEC to make banks reveal capital, liquidity levels

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will require investment banks to disclose their capital and liquidity levels after the agency was criticized for regulatory failings in the wake of the Bear Stearns Cos. collapse. More

Yahoo’s Yang says he’ll listen as investors urge sale

Yahoo! Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jerry Yang, criticized by some investors for rejecting Microsoft Corp.’s $47.5 billion takeover bid, said he’ll consider selling to the software company or another bidder for the right price. More

Oil jumps above $120 a barrel

Crude oil rose above $120 a barrel to a record in New York on Monday after a report showed that U.S. service industries expanded in April, signaling higher energy use. More

Pack a picnic to remember for the Iroquois Steeplechase

Everyone loves a picnic. But if you’re headed to the 67th Running of the Iroquois Steeplechase on May 10, not just any picnic will do. More

Developers cashing in on office condo trend

Developer and real estate investor Bill Hostettler has built condominiums and bought apartments as well as shopping centers. More

Country stars shine in magazine’s ‘Beautiful’ list

Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood found spots on People magazine’s just-released Beautiful People list. More

State liquor law fight will surely go a few rounds

The grocers may have lost their bid to change state law to allow wine sales in grocery stores, but the fight won’t end. More
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