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    Memphis City Page

    I think it looks great. Thanks for all the work on it, RK.
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    Memphis International Airport

    It seems that, if they merge, the biggest bottleneck would be with the 3 Midwest hubs. Northwest having 2 (Detroit and Minneapolis) so close has always baffled me. Perhaps, Minneapolis or Cincy could be kept to alleviate Detroit and Memphis kept to alleviate Atlanta. Best case scenario if Memphis is cut as a hub would definitely be Pinnacle's growth and emergence as an independent airline based in Memphis. Side note: I thought Delta also had a hub in Salt Lake City...
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    The South's next rising star(s)

    actually, I believe it's Eastman Chemical (another Fortune 500 company) which is based in Kingsport, TN. I think Eastman Kodak is based somewhere in New York. It was spun off of Eastman-Kodak though.
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    The South's next rising star(s)

    Memphis--a whole lot of money is being invested in a biomedical research park--it's an up-and-coming changing industry and memphis already has a good foothold in it and looking to expand. also, Fedex is always looking good. there's good growth downtown, in the suburbs of lakeland, bartlett, marion, germantown, and fayette and tipton counties; and great growth in collierville, arlington, and desoto county. new interstate projects should also boost the city. memphis is one of those cities that dips in and out of the national spotlight (and not always for good reasons), but i think it's on tap for realizing its potential finally. now if we can just do something about the crime and budget deficits and get the citizens, media, and politicians focused about important issues and about making memphis better rather than being concerned about sensationalist park-renaming, big headed politicians, juvenile attitudes from government officials and Tennessee Waltz.... i also agree that birmingham is going places and any city in north carolina and florida