Paulson urges broader Fed oversight of Wall Street

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said on Wednesday that the Federal Reserve should broaden its oversight to include Wall Street investment firms in a shakeup of the supervisory system set up during the Great Depression. More

Development ‘hijacks’ Bells Bend community plan

Bells Bend residents have been working since October to develop a community plan that preserves the area’s landscape, but those plans may be water under the bridge thanks to the massive May Town Center proposal. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, I just found out that my mom co-signed my son’s new car loan. He defaulted, and now she’s making the payments. Does this mean she owns the car that was financed with the loan? If not, how do I go about taking over the car? I want to sell it. —Patty More

News analysis: Bells Bend battle may set public policy for development

The battle of Bells Bend has a Civil War feel to it. More

Sports council asks if national events are boon or drain for city

Tomorrow, the committee attempting to bring the NCAA Women’s Final Four to Nashville holds its first organizational meeting in its drive make a bid on the annual basketball tournament. More

Executive Appointments

Tennessee Commerce Bank promotes three More Brown joins Pinnacle as operations specialist Blahauvietz new VP at First Tennessee Atkinson announces accreditation, new hire McNeely Pigott & Fox announces promotions City’s Palm Restaurant names executive chef Johnson, Catholic Charities elected to national group Brentwood Services hires two claims reps

Lobbyists line up on both sides of Bells Bend proposal

Property owners on Bells Bend opposed to a proposed $4 billion development there have hired former Deputy Gov. Dave Cooley to help fend off the project. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, Does it matter whether it’s the husband or the wife who keeps the checkbook and pays the bills? Lots of people say that kind of thing is the man’s job, but I was curious about what you think. — Daniel More

Chesterfield condo project on hold

Real estate developers like to say a deal isn’t done until there is signed paperwork in hand. More

The Chatter Class: Rethinking riverfront with private dollars

The $8 million budgeted for the first phase of redeveloping Nashville's waterfront may or may not be on the chopping block as Mayor Karl Dean looks for ways to trim costs during the city’s current budget crunch. More
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