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President Biden issued an executive order requiring vaccination for all federal employees and employers with 100 or more workers.

While it could face legal challenges, it does open the door for larger employers that have wanted to mandate vaccinations for their workers to do so now. But given the employees’ market that persists, making such a move could be risky since many employers can’t fill positions right now anyway.

An HVAC manufacturer may move a production facility to Presidents Island. RedDot Corp. is requesting a 10-year tax incentive to buy the manufacturing facility once operated by GlaxoSmithKline.

What Brother Terence McLaughlin did back in 1963 as president of Christian Brothers High School because “it was the right thing to do,” got him in a lot of trouble. McLaughlin accepted the application of a worthy student who was Black, something the Catholic school hierarchy and society in general was not ready to accept.

There’s much more below, along with our weekly Movers & Shakers. – Terry Hollahan, business editor.

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The Department of Labor will carry out the order through OSHA.

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The heavy-duty HVAC supplier is also considering moving its Memphis facility to North Mississippi. 

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Brother Terence McLaughlin was instrumental in integrating the Catholic schools in Memphis before church leaders were ready to proceed.

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Business leader and philanthropist died in Utah at age 88

The fifth-generation Memphian who transformed Dunavant Enterprises into a global presence was also named to the Memphis Sports Hall of Fame.

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Portal for applying will open Sept. 29; no date yet on when funds will arrive.

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At its meeting Thursday, the board accepted requests for omission, including the Overton Square, Broad Avenue and Coro Lake areas to allow for further study. 

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Design firm one step closer to moving into Annesdale mansion

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Riceland Foods Inc. is selling its rice hulls to Glanris, which approached the farmer-owned agriculture marketing cooperative with a business deal.

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Crye-Leike Real Estate Services recently congratulated Realtor Suzanne Watkins on earning her broker’s license in Mississippi and Tennessee. 

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