Three-quarters of U.S. adults now online

The number of adults who are online at home, in the office, at school, library or other locations continues to grow albeit at a somewhat slower rate. More

eLearning shortens the curve

Modern technology can make life easier and quicker. But can it really help make a difference in presentations and large-scale decision-making? A Nashville-headquartered enterprise says it can and offers examples of real-life projects to back it up. More

Having an impact: The growing reach of minority firms

Conversation with a leader

After years of handling conventional suburban residential development, David McGowan is now focused on "traditional neighborhood development" (TND). He directs 16 employees working from his office in Lenox Village, the New Urbanism development in South Nashville. More

Dos and don'ts of offering early retirement options

When can an employer legitimately offer older employees early retirement incentives without exposing the company to age discrimination or constructive discharge claims? That dilemma is the focus of this week

Downtown balancing act

Downtown residential construction is on fire. More

Adjusting to a less bullish outlook

Last week was marked by several significant financial events. First, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates by 25 basis points and suggested that its

Executive Appointments

American Diabetes promotes Zeitlin More Rogers Group makes Bellante director Cobbs named director of North Rutherford YMCA more ...

Ingram adapts to the market

The flurry of small and medium-sized publishers trying to get books into the crowded marketplace is presenting new opportunities for Ingram Book Co. of La Vergne. More

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