More City Business Articles

Envolve focuses on indentifying 'green' business needs

A new local marketing firm sets out to help progressive companies make their mark with environmentally conscious messages More

Giving green tools to residential brokers

Tennessee trails other regional states when it comes to licensing agents with the EcoBroker designation More

At law: Health care provider says survival at stake in lawsuit

Rochelle Center officials say state regulators retaliated against their efforts to adapt to funding cuts. Also: A ShoLodge unit wins a battle against a former franchisee and a Nashville attorney is suspended for 18 months More

Google to cut about 200 jobs in sales and marketing

Internet giant continues to stress 'financial and operational discipline' as way to maintain growth, profits More

Commercial property values down 30% from ‘07

Analysts say investors will need at least two years “before seeing healthy growth" More

More positive signs from economic data

Orders for durable goods rise for first time in seven months, home sales numbers also up from January More

Bair: Credit markets show signs of 'thawing'

FDIC chief says regulatory responses are beginning to unclog the banking system More

Automakers said to be near 10,000 UAW buyouts

The Big Three manufacturers continue to seek ways to get their costs in line with foreign companies' U.S. operations More

Report: Distressed commercial property offerings rising

As office vacancy rates rise, selling building owners are increasingly having to settle for less More

February home resales unexpectedly increased

Sales of previously owned homes unexpectedly increased in February as record foreclosures pushed down prices and lured first-time buyers into the market. More

AT&T wire-line workers give union strike-call powers

AT&T Inc. wire-line workers voted Monday to give one of their unions the power to call a strike at the company’s biggest business after a month of negotiations failed to produce a new contract. More

Bricks & Mortar

Vanderbilt lab renovation, Nashville State demolition work, Standard Candy progresses, townhomes all over, and more... More

On Music Row: New Rascal Flatts single sets mark

A pre-release from the band’s upcoming album ships a record number of online units. More

The Food Biz: Sylvan Park landmark gets replacement

The Local Taco will make its debut next month in the former Goldie’s space. Also, the Tangredis' 18-year-old CFO is charged with two felonies More

Executive Appointments

The Chatter Class: City should follow conventional wisdom, begin building

Metro's budget process is likely to raise plenty of questions about the construction of the Music City Center. Here are how the project's supporters should answer them. More

'These facilities play a more important role than ever'

Russ Simons of HOK Sport Venue Event says sporting arenas and stadiums “are becoming the cathedrals of our time.” More

The rising cost of coverage

Why a recession won’t keep down business insurance bills More

State roundup: CEOs put Tennessee in top five

Also: Ruby Tuesday's Middle Eastern growth, an accused Ponzi schemer is arrested, the ‘king of moonshine’ is found dead, and more… More

FedEx: ‘No further significant decline’

Shipping giant sees first sales decline in decade; profits fall 75% More