Use social networking sites to snag ‘twentysomething’ home buyers

Despite the housing recession, there are still more than 1.5 million real estate agents in the United States. More

Real estate transactions

Executive Appointments

Davidson County adds two assistant district attorneys More Hussey named president Community Medicine adds sales coordinator InsBank names assistant vice president Walker joins Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon Volunteer State Bank promotes three Smith named managing attorney for Legal Aid Johnston & Murphy names director of accessories

The Icon signs first retailer

The Icon has signed its first retail tenant and another restaurant is coming to The Gulch. More

Starbucks plans to close 600 U.S. stores, cut 12,000 workers

Starbucks Corp., the world’s largest chain of coffee shops, plans to close 600 ‘underperforming’ U.S. stores and eliminate as many as 12,000 jobs as it tries to reverse declining customer visits. More

Obama may produce $1 trillion deficit, Gross says

Bill Gross, manager of the world’s biggest bond fund at Pacific Investment Management Co., anticipates Barack Obama will be the next president and that his administration may have no other choice than to produce the first $1 trillion U.S. budget deficit. More

May Town Center developers move location of proposed bridge

The developers of May Town Center have proposed a new location for a bridge over the Cumberland River to ease opposition against the development. More

First Tennessee to keep adding branches here despite credit crunch

First Tennessee Bank plans to open as many as eight new branches in the next 18 months despite the nasty credit crunch tormenting regional banks. More

Healthways’ condition takes a downturn

Over the past couple of years, Healthways has grown by leaps and bounds, winning contract after contract for disease management services and expanding with an acquisition. More

The Chatter Class: Does property type play a role in eminent domain?

Eminent domain is moving to the forefront of chattering as the government moves to condemn Joy Ford’s property next to Music Row. More
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