Time to lure in the big boys

It's time. Time for an infusion of nationally known companies that command respect by building king-sized towers and eye-catching urban infill to roll the development dice in our fair city. More

Vandy's Accelerator program prepares students for real world

Last year, The Apprentice debuted on NBC, with men and women performing business tasks under the scrutiny of Donald Trump. More

Legal Listings

Real Estate More New Corporations New Businesses

Pruett guides growing firm

Charles R. "Chuck" Pruett, managing partner, The Pruett Financial Group/Northwestern Mutual Financial Network More

People @ work

Quite a few women around town are looking for Charlie Nguyen. More

Executive Appointments

Goldberg Named chief executive of VUH More Symphony announces Crytzer as director of media relations VUMC's Sanders-Bush Honored more ....

Hotel market heats up

Ray Waters figures the Hilton Nashville Downtown has missed out on about $1 million in revenue because of the cancellation of National Hockey League play this season. The general manger said hockey teams kept his rooms full during previous seasons. More

Gulch developers hoe the long row

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Executive Appointments

ComFrame hires Groux as CFO More Color Burst names Walker director more ...

Teaching kids to count cards

Kevin Mosley of Nashville spent the past 10 years of his life working on his dream of developing a game to help strengthen people's ability to learn. In November of last year the effort paid off with the launch of his new company, MoSoft LLC, and its first invention - a math-based card game called 10-20-30 The Counting Game. More
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