First Horizon National Corp.'s fourth-quarter loss widened as the parent of First Tennessee Bank saw revenue fall and booked a hefty restructuring charge.

The company said it still was dealing with "a challenging economy" in the fourth quarter, though Chief Executive Bryan Jordan said First Horizon "made significant progress in executing our strategic plan" to make the company profitable in the longer term.

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