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Bricks & Mortar
Howard School addition in the works, Publix tweaks Bellevue store, men's clothing store in Green Hills, and more...
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Filed from Jan. 5 to Jan. 9
Nashville at law: Card company asks to put restaurants in receivership
Also: Amerigo owner headed for receivership, attorney sues former firm and real estate broker in assault case
When you’re the next domino
How to react when a big part of your business goes poof
Three presidents for Prison Health, Harpeth Capital adds investment banker, new partners at Waller, and more...
The Food Biz: Will Rosario's be one of the 12,000?
Also: Gulch bar the latest local establishment to close its doors
'We need to create the next big story'
Technology Council chief Tod Fetherling discusses his strategies and goals for the group about to celebrate its first decade.
The Chatter Class: In role reversal, Gaylord cast as urbanist savior in Arizona
The local company's role in transforming one of 'America's most boring cities'
State roundup: Knoxville sign maker to shut doors
Also: Dollywood scales back, steel company plans Ohio project, and more...
On Music Row: Stroud venture organizing music exchange events in China
Also: Industry mag revamping model, Belmont to honor Hilley, and more...
Business Over Breakfast for Professional Service Organizations
Jan 20th- LBMC Technologies, LLC.
Nashville at law: Local company looks to solve libel accusation
Also: More local investors take on fallen money manager Michael Park and a hospital company wants its plane records back.
Good market or bad, state’s investment team plows on
Taking an approach that’s a little more cautious that its peers, the state’s money managers say they have a good grip on their books despite the market’s wild ride.
Pinnacle bulks up legal team, LBMC adds tax pros, and investment banker opens local office for Maine firm
The Food Biz: ’Bama chain prepping Cool Springs location
Also: Prominent Gulch eatery takes a post-holiday break
Bricks & Mortar
Two big jobs at Centennial, Green Hills retirement complex starts renovations, a Moose Lodge on Charlotte, and more...
Dave says: Shoud we go with a debt consolidation service?
We have about $20,000 in debt, and my husband and I have made a resolution this year to pay it off.
On Music Row: iTunes gets competitive
Also: Tour news from Chesney and Urban, Broken Bow adds promotions exec
Too close for comfort?
Charity's ties to corporation draw state scrutiny
The Chatter Class: 2009's titillating development topics
From crunching the numbers on our new convention center to the coming Bells Bend showdown, a short list of the issues sure to make development news in the coming months.
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