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Concentra office space, Taps and Tapas in the Village, three projects at BNA, and more...
Entrepreneurs need to return to a spirit of ‘bootstrapping’
Every generation has its inspirational maxim, and it is not surprising that these sayings are often associated with getting somewhere quickly and achieving something meaningful.
Dave says: Should we fix our kitchen before selling?
Dear Dave: A real estate agent told us we’d have to remodel our kitchen to sell our house. Should we get a second mortgage to get the work done?
Two law firms bulk up, Zycron names new leaders, Vanderbilt's first libraries dean, and more...
Nashville at law: Music entrepreneur faces RICO lawsuit
His own brother once called James C. Lestorti "the devil himself." But the nine former employees and contractors now suing Lestorti in Nashville's U.S.
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On Music Row: echo operations moving to L.A.
Also: Opry-themed store opens on Broadway and two big names promote execs
State roundup: Bonnaroo promoter acquires Nashville firm
Also: Elvis goes back on tour, Coke to grow in Bradley County, an ethanol refinery near Chattanooga, and more...
‘Our leadership is not afraid to open new offices in downturns’
North Highland finds fertile ground for its approach to improving efficiency in health care and other sectors
Nashville jobless nears double-digit rate
Publisher moves HQ here
Simon & Schuster unit follows its new CEO to town
Haslam Truck Stops Settle With AG Over Price Gouging
Pilot Oil and Pilot Travel Centers, owned by the family of Knoxville mayor Bill Haslam, settled with the state Thursday over alleged price gouging in the wake of 2008's Hurricane Ike.
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Lord Grade, who was chairman of the BBC from 2004 to 2006, said Sir Bruce had told him the Strictly set “wasn’t really working for him” over lunch because he was “too far away from the audience”.
Regions soars on word of surprise Q1 profit
Middle Tennessee’s largest bank also says it will cut dividend to a penny
Bear investor: S&P poised to plunge 62%
With business and consumers still stressed, Tice and Federated 'just don't see' how earnings will recover soon
Hank can’t reload in ammo shortage
Manufacturers say they’re running flat out as demand rises on concern that the Obama administration may clamp down
GM says it has ‘multiple’ bidders for Saturn
Reclusive Oklahoma investment group could use dealer network as base to sell other models
Ticketmaster eviscerating echo
Three months after founder's departure, noted Music Row Web marketing company gets gutted
MTSU hunting for high-school entrepreneurs
University also is recruiting minority mentors to guide students through series of seminars
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Gore media company pulls IPO
'Market conditions' put the kibosh on plans for $100 million deal
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