AutoZone celebrates major milestone and more Mid-South business headlines

We’re taking a look at some of the week’s biggest business headlines impacting the Mid-South with Meagan Nichols, associate editor of the Memphis Business Journal.

Steals and deals for Memorial Day 2019

  Uncertain incentives could keep ‘Bluff City Law’ from filming in Tennessee

  Clipper developers secure permit to build 19-story hotel, 25-story office building

Population, tax revenues see uptick in Northeast Arkansas

  Mayor signs deal to build 500-room hotel at Memphis Convention Center

  Tax filing deadline is Monday

Study ranks debt among U.S. homeowners

Study ranks cars most likely to last more than 200,000 miles

Continued Coverage

  Ex-Tennessee Supreme Court justice to mediate dispute over Tom Lee Park redesign

  Electrolux submits documents to formally terminate its tax incentives

  'Folks need reliable service’: MLGW CEO sells rate hike to customers

FedEx changes retirement policy allowing founder Fred Smith to remain on board

  MLGW helping furloughed government workers

Tennessee receiving part of $1.5 million settlement after 2013 Neiman Marcus data breach

Shelby County homeowners pocket $10.9M for Airbnb rentals in 2018

The typical Shelby County Airbnb host earns $8,400 a year in supplemental income.

  Watching Wall Street and your investments

Despite starting the day down, the stock market closed in the black again.

  FedEx no longer considering Gibson building

FedEx Trade Networks has decided not to move its headquarters to the Gibson Guitar Building in downtown Memphis.

Cooper-Young shops celebrating Small Business Saturday with door prizes, giveaways and more

Nearly a dozen businesses in Cooper-Young are offering giveaways, drawings, special deals and discounts, music and more on Small Business Saturday.

It’s Black Friday: Do you know where your credit cards are?

SLIDESHOW: Black Friday ad previews 2018