Davis leaves Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis

Ralph Davis is leaving Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis to become a partner in a Chicago private investment firm that includes former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, I’ve heard you tell people that having $90,000 to $100,000 saved up for retirement isn’t enough. That’s what I’ve got set aside right now, and I’m pretty sure it’s all I’ll ever need. Why do you think everyone should have a million or two saved up? — Tom More

LEED certification’s hot topic for builders

All new Metro buildings over a certain size have to be more energy-efficient under a law the Metro Council passed last year, but it’s private development that is leading the way. More

Opryland gets new hotel neighbors

Ray Dayal and his partners are banking on hitting a market for mid-priced hotel rooms in the Music Valley area. More

Nashville stands ready to serve ServiceSource plans

Yesterday, Nashville’s business community welcomed a new addition. More

ServiceSource makes home in Nashville

A San Francisco technology services company announced today that it is setting up an operation in Nashville. More

Clinton says deteriorating economy creating ‘anxiety’

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said the U.S. economy has replaced Iraq as the nation’s top concern and the government must take quick action to avoid a lengthy recession. More

Kroll bucks relocation trend, stays in Nashville

Later this year, Kroll Inc. will move its background screening division out of the Midtown area. More

It’s unlikely mall developers will get tax incentives

Developers hoping to redevelop Bellevue Center likely will not get the $12 million in tax incentives they wanted for the project. More

The Chatter Class: Winner take all?

More than a few people think developer Tony Giarratana has his back against the wall trying to build the 70-story Signature Tower downtown. More
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