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

How Cybera became a star

At a time when identity theft is growing rapidly, online security is becoming an ever-bigger concern for businesses. More

Peggy Sperrazza, owner, Peg O

Peggy Sperrazza is in the business of restoring childhood memories. Her giant collection of doll parts and accessories makes up Peg O

Legal Listings

Real Estate More New Businesses New Corporations

Medical banking pays off

A local firm has set its sights on significantly reducing the growing cost of health care by streamlining the paper trail. More

Racing as fast cash?

Prior to the opening of the Nashville Superspeedway, many local racing fans dreamed of the likes of NASCAR stars Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. zipping around the track in a facility hosting a (then) Winston Cup event, the top level of America's No. 1 spectator sport. More

Come on down to The Curve

Nashvillians are speaking - and they want "The Curve." More

Executive Appointments

Ingram Publisher Services promotes Stewart More Jones joins AmSouth mortgage department more ...

Gibson cues up for mass market

In the music world, the Gibson brand has been associated with high-end, professional-grade instruments traditionally sold in music stores. Now the 110-year-old manufacturer is branching out into the mass market. More
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