Nashville

When Billy Block started putting together an Americana Christmas album to benefit Kate Kirk, a 3-year-old suffering from a fatal genetic disorder, he needed someone to distribute the record. More

Porter recruits legal eagles

Sue Porter oversees company-wide attorney recruitment for BDBC&B, named by National Law Journal in 2004 as the nation's 100th largest law firm (in terms of number of employees) and the 10th fastest growing. With the firm since 1999 and working out of its downtown Nashville office, Porter spends significant time traveling to Baker Donelson's various offices, most of which are located in the Southeast. More

Data mining hits pay dirt

Welcome to the Information Age. Now what are we going to do with all that info, an amount so vast few humans can make sense of it? More

Legal Listings

Businesses Corporations Real Estate Transfers More

Movin

Mentally visualize, if you will, a small, asbestos-siding home being built for working-class renters and sited within the heart of South Davidson County

Business Calendar

Nashville Technology Council, Tech Roundtable Nashville Black Business Expo More Greater Nashville Association of Realtors

HR news you can use

Below is a roundup of news and trends in the human resources field over the last quarter. More

Executive Appointments

Symphony names Schram pops conductor More Coldwell Banker Barnes adds associates Logan's Roadhouse promotes Effner more ...

People @ Work: Mr. Street greets and seats

For 38 years, come Nov. 15, Mr. Street as been the greeter and seater at the members-only Nashville City Club

The Kumon way of learning takes off

Karen Oi was disappointed that her third-grader More
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