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If you’ve ordered anything online recently, you know how frustrating it has been to wait for that package delivery.

If patience is a virtue, load up on it because the supply chain for goods is backed up and will not get much better anytime soon.

Blake Fontenay explores the dynamics in play and why some big-ticket items may not be ready until next year.

We could get word this week if the Pfizer vaccine has been approved by the FDA for use in children ages 12 to 15.

What about a little Hollywood coming to Memphis? A multimedia company plans to develop a recording studio/film production facility in Whitehaven with every related amenity you can think of, including a hotel for out-of-town production specialists. 

And Tom Bailey takes you through The Memphian Hotel, a new 106-room boutique in Overton Square that grabs you with artistic themes throughout its seven floors. 

There is a lot more business news below, including our weekly Movers & Shakers. – Terry Hollahan, business editor. 

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Supply chain disruptions have made it more expensive to buy some consumer products. Other goods, when they can even be found, are taking longer to get delivered to buyers.

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FDA advisory committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, May 12. 

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The application states that the 85-acre filmmaking studio will rival any facility in Hollywood, Atlanta or London.

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The Memphian in Overton Square has just opened. Inside, the place is as much a lively, luminous art gallery as a hotel.

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The C.A. Davis Printing Co. marks its 100th year of being in business. The two-person shop still operates in the Pinch District at 349 N. Main, where it has completed printing jobs for the past 77 years.

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The manufacturing and sales operation, which aims hire up to 400 Memphians, has partnered with Memphis Medical District Collaborative’s Buy Local program and also TNEX, a minority-owned business formed to promote local manufacturing, sales and contracting.

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Whataburger is coming back to the Mid-South: One will open in Southaven in late 2021.

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Dr. Jeffrey Sawyer, a pediatric orthopedic spine surgeon with Campbell Clinic and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, is leading the first and only medical team in the Mid-South offering a new surgical tethering technique to treat adolescent scoliosis. 

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