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Local car dealers prep for Detroit fallout
Resulting real estate holes won’t be filled quickly
Bricks & Mortar
Core moving forward with Germantown loft project, Cummins Station work for wrestling group, sushi place set for the Village, and more...
NY attorney moves here for BMI, a new CAO at LifePoint, Bass Berry hires four, and more...
'08 in review: The year's top stories
Our business team sorts through the rubble of a tumultuous year to assemble a quick retrospective
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'08 in review: Biz big wigs' home buys
The overall housing market tanked, but a number of local CEOs found abodes to their liking in 2008
'08 in review: In memoriam
From pioneers in real estate to restaurant titans and radio trailblazers, Nashville said farewell to a number of its business icons in 2008
Walker Duncan and Ken Whitehouse
The Chatter Class: CVB flexes its muscles in push to fix bowl finances
Members of the new Music City Event Marketing Fund want the Music City Bowl to come up with a strategic plan — and do it quickly
Dave says: How do you balance a Christmas budget with all the stuff your kids want?
Dear Dave: How do you balance a Christmas budget with all the stuff your kids want?
I bring home $2,800 a month, and my husband stays home with our two daughters — one three, the other three months. He’s healthy and able, but he won’t work because he thinks he can’t make enough money to cover the cost of daycare.
Temperature gauge – Catching up with Nashville’s leveraged buyout companies
For HCA, Dollar General and Symbion, private-equity ownership meant cash was king even before the recession
The Chatter Class: Downturn gives planners chance to push smart growth
Idled bulldozers provide an opportunity to develop smarter guidelines for when growth returns
Nashville at law: Labor Department sues Tangredi
Also: Rock singer tangles with former manager over contract language
The Food Biz: Gigi’s plans to franchise, license cupcake concept
Company plans hands-on approach to helping licensees get going
Spurring growth by bridging the language gap
Ann Gillespie and ProLingua are smoothing the path of cultural integration of the Nashville business world
Greening trend takes a detour
With development dollars drying up and many projects stalled on the drawing board, developers are today less likely to embrace green tactics
Bricks & Mortar
More than $9M in new apartment work, Urban Outfitters and Terrazzo offices edge closer to Gulch openings, two hotel jobs, and more...
On Music Row: Faith plans fragrance
Also: Up-and-comer plans digital pre-release and local company buys into noted song catalog
Ad agency adds five, CB Richard Ellis recruits labor analyst and broker, and more...
State roundup: New CEO at Eastman Chemical
Also: Morgan Keegan buys in Boston, Fulmer declines new UT role, Lenny's Sub Shop founder dies, and more...
Congress, White House near agreement Big Three bailout
Congressional Democrats sent President George W. Bush a draft proposal for a $15 billion, short-term rescue of U.S. automakers and said it will likely be voted on this week.
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