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Space Park North industrial property deal closes

Pending case could limit class action suits

A case that is pending before the Tennessee Supreme Court could make it impossible for class action lawsuits to be filed against businesses under the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act, according to members of the legal community. More

Owner plans brotherly expansion of Paradise Park

Downtown restaurant Paradise Park will soon have a rooftop establishment as its complement — and, in the next few years, locations outside of Nashville, if development of the business goes according to the plans of its owners. More

Bellevue Center tenants considering their options

Tenants at Bellevue Center are considering their options, as a sale of the mall for redevelopment looks more likely. More

Bellevue Center buyers planning big changes

Changes may be in store for Bellevue Center, if two governmental hurdles are cleared and prospective California-based buyer Foursquare Properties Inc. closes its deal with mall ownership. More

Developers release Bellevue Center mall renderings

Verizon Wireless move took mayor by surprise

Mayor Bill Purcell and Metro’s economic development office were not aware Verizon Wireless was considering establishing a regional headquarters and moving 550 jobs out of Davidson County to Franklin until after the company made the decision. More

As Nashville’s economy stays hot, local players enter banking

Homegrown, community banks are increasingly taking aim at large, corporate competitors — and, apparently, making progress. More

Turner-led group buys more Gulch property for $1.75 million

MarketStreet Enterprises — the partnership led by Dollar General-clan members Steve Turner and son Jay Turner, along with lawyer Joe Barker — on Thursday announced it had bought the property where Air-Gas MidAmerica now sits. More

Franklin lands Verizon Wireless headquarters

Verizon Wireless is creating a $54 million regional headquarters facility in Cool Springs, and will add 600 to 700 new employees over the next three to five years, company and state officials announced Wednesday. More

Verizon building $54 million HQ in Franklin; to hire at least 600

AHA chief reminds conference of changing industry landscape

Due to housing slump, LP shutting down OSB mill

Staffmark using Homeland Security program to verify worker status

It doesn’t take long for Staffmark, which has executive offices in Brentwood, to verify whether prospective employees are legally eligible to work. More

Tucker, Bottorff to lead new CapStar Bank

Wholesale mortgage division shuts down permanently

Executive appointments

VUSN’s Taylor takes state post More Moses & Townsend names partner, associate Ozburn-Hessey hires development leader Roycroft promoted at SunTrust Bank Chamber taps Owens for management post InfoWorks names VP of consulting services

8th Avenue South is quietly becoming Nashville’s next hot spot

Most Nashvillians know Music City’s hottest growth pockets — The Gulch, downtown and midtown come to mind rapidly, as do Green Hills and 12South, among others. More

Lender moves to Metrocenter

'Tennessean' employees accept severance packages

Twenty-four employees of The Tennessean accepted “voluntary severance packages” Wednesday, Tennessean publisher Ellen Leifeld confirmed Thursday. More