On Music Row

Television exposure boosts music sales CMA Music Festival offerings make it one of Nashville’s signature events More

The Chatter Class: Examining ex-Rays

During the discussion over a Nashville Sounds riverfront ballpark, a point some folks made was to build it so it could be expanded to attract a Major League Baseball team. More

Bricks & Mortar

East Nashville eats More Nissan dealer Policy work Car wash Rhythm finish

Bohan beefs up

Local advertising agency Bohan has added three senior staffers to its creative department in the past month, growth an agency executive says reflects buzz about Nashville and clients’ sanguine attitudes to the wobbly economy. More

Across the State

In response to a now lengthy delay by Senate Democrats to reappoint two Tennessee Republicans — Memphis Bishop William Graves and Knoxville public relations executive Susan Richardson Williams … More

Dell’s first quarter exceeds analysts’ expectations

Dell Inc., the world’s second-largest personal-computer maker, yesterday reported a first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates as sales overseas outstripped U.S. orders for the first time, sending the shares up 11 percent. More

Real estate matters: Can you get a zero-down mortgage loan?

Nothing down. To a first-time buyer who doesn’t have a lot (or any) cash for a down payment, mortgage loans that allowed you to skate by without having any skin in the game were a fast ticket to homeownership over the past decade. More

Top 10 real estate transactions

Executive Appointments

Palmer & Company promotes Hawkins More ‘Out & About’ names Leslie managing editor Axis Accounting Systems names Lemon president Aegis Sciences adds three to forensics lab Gresham, Smith and Partners announces new owners WireMasters promotes Love to operations specialist Symbion appoints and promotes staff

Dave Says

Dear Dave, My sister and her husband are wonderful people, but they don’t know how to handle money and are in debt up to their eyeballs. On top of this, they just found out they’ll have to pay $30,000 in taxes this year. More
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