JetBlue to depart Nashville

Citing underperformance in both demand and revenue growth, New York-based JetBlue Airways announced Tuesday that it is discontinuing service to Nashville, as well as to Columbus, Ohio. More

JetBlue to discontinue Nashville service

Homebuilder shares soar in huge one-day gain

The U.S. overall housing stock index saw its greatest one-day gain in five years on Monday, as shares of homebuilders soared. More

TDFI seeks to shore up mortgage law crisis

As the state housing market adjusts to years of predatory lending, Tennessee’s Department of Financial Institutions is in the process of stepping up its mortgage law enforcement capabilities. More

Music Row's Soundshop Studios up for sale

Paul McCartney has recorded there. So have Dolly Parton and Brooks and Dunn. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, We’ve leased our last couple of vehicles, and to me it seems like we’re just throwing our money away. At the end of the term we have nothing. What is your take on buying new cars or leasing? What is the best way financially to go about getting a vehicle? — Anna More

Partners take aim with ‘eSpanglish’ magazine

Nashville’s Hispanic population — and, in turn, the purchasing power of that demographic — is growing rapidly. And entrepreneurs are seeking to fill that group’s communication needs while positioning themselves to benefit from ad revenues. More

Dave Ramsey makes national TV debut on FOX

Local talk radio personality Dave Ramsey made his national television debut Monday evening, with the first broadcast of The Dave Ramsey Show on Fox Business Network. More

Judge reverses Spring Hill HCA hospital decision

An initial order that would have granted HCA Corp. permission to build a hospital in Spring Hill was reversed this morning in an administrative court. More

Signs point to success

Tony Hatchell was 27 years old and working as an X-ray technician when he founded August Enterprises Inc., a company he says added $1.2 million last year in new business alone. More
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