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A banner day for city’s visual clutter

Visual clutter. It dominates Nashville’s public realm. More

Office market holds steady here

Nashville’s office market showed continuing strength in the first quarter of the year, helping the city remain steady as big markets across the country are beginning to struggle with the economy. More

Bricks & Mortar

Corporate Flight Management expands maintenance operations

The Music Biz: New owners see a strong future for 12th and Porter

Can you hear a roar from Music City Bowl crowd?

Can you hear a roar from Music City Bowl crowd? More

Senate to consider testing privatized road maintenance

New businesses

FAA flaws go beyond Southwest inspections

Aviation regulators’ weaknesses extend beyond their failure to spot Southwest Airlines Co.’s missed inspections, showing the need for a sweeping air-safety overhaul, a House panel was told yesterday. More

Bernanke says economy may slip into a recession

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke acknowledged for the first time that a U.S. recession is possible because homebuilding, employment and consumer spending will deteriorate. More

Trader Joe's lands in Green Hills

Dave Says

Dear Dave, Is there anything wrong with buying large ticket items using 12 months same as cash financing? It seems like an easy way to buy expensive items. More

Making growth viable, visible, valuable

Bert Mathews, a principal and broker with NAI Nashville, helped establish a district council of the Urban Land Institute here in Nashville. More

Efforts to reinvent city’s urban core show mixed results

March Madness concludes with a crescendo. More

State nursing homes trying to limit liability

With their profits threatened by what they claim as a bevy of money-hungry, out-of-state trial lawyers, the nursing home industry is trying to impose limits on damages a court could award their patients for pain and suffering. More

Executive Appointments

Vanderbilt alumnus named to senior fundraising post More Tractor Supply names Gardner its new VP Lyric Street Records promotes two staffers Communications firm adds former Nissan official as VP FirstBank makes key additions cj Advertising names six new members

Paulson urges broader Fed oversight of Wall Street

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said on Wednesday that the Federal Reserve should broaden its oversight to include Wall Street investment firms in a shakeup of the supervisory system set up during the Great Depression. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, I just found out that my mom co-signed my son’s new car loan. He defaulted, and now she’s making the payments. Does this mean she owns the car that was financed with the loan? If not, how do I go about taking over the car? I want to sell it. —Patty More

Development ‘hijacks’ Bells Bend community plan

Bells Bend residents have been working since October to develop a community plan that preserves the area’s landscape, but those plans may be water under the bridge thanks to the massive May Town Center proposal. More

News analysis: Bells Bend battle may set public policy for development

The battle of Bells Bend has a Civil War feel to it. More