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Executive Appointments

National Renal Alliance adds Bradley Dalcon Business Systems appoints Dunham Ardent Health Services names Meehan AVP more ... More

Music City cigars get hot

It may not be Miami or Cuba, but in a spanking-new 20,000-square-foot building on Cockrill Bend Circle, CAO International Inc., sells world-renowned cigars from right here in Music City. More

Business Calendar

Minority Enterprise Development Unified Vendor Diversity Expo "Tough Minded and Tender Hearted: Capitalism as an Engine for Social Change" Volunteer State Career Fair more ... More

Radio stations get all Jacked up

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Nashville named one of seven coolest cities

Personal finance site Kiplinger.com this week named Nashville one of the seven coolest cities in the United States. More

Nashville goes mondo condo

Local real estate experts say there are many reasons why condominiums, in all their various shapes and sizes, showed significant sales growth during the past year. More

Architects organize to rebuild

Hurricane Katrina has displaced about 1,000 architects, according to estimates from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). More

Business Calendar

Nashville American Marketing Association and CABLE launch a Professional Development Series Economic Outlook Conference more ...

Legal Listings- New Corporations

4 Seasons Constructions Management LLC, 5655 Cloverland Drive, Brentwood, 37027, Joel Estis More Accelerated Learning Center, LLC, one Vantage Way, suite E-110, Nashville, 37228, Ashley N. Arnold Advanced Comfort Heating & Cooling, LLC, 2536 Somerset Drive, Nashville, 37217, Kimberly Miliken

Biz Bits

Tennesseans trade in SUVs for hybrids

This is a good time to get a deal on a sport utility vehicle or pickup truck, according to Greg Fite, Honda sales manager at Darrell Waltrip Honda in Franklin, because a lot of them are being traded in for smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles. More

Architects organize to rebuild

Hurricane Katrina has displaced about 1,000 architects, according to estimates from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). More

Minority-owned businesses outpace rest

The U.S. Census Bureau recently reported that minorities and women are increasing their business ownership at a much higher rate than the national average. More

Collins at the helm as SESAC sees 75 years

A 10-year SESAC veteran, Pat Collins is marking his first year as president. He previously served as senior vice president, overseeing all SESAC licensing functions. Before that, he spent 22 years at ASCAP where he directed general licensing and national sales. He now presides over 120 employees. More

Legal Listings- New Businesses

A.J. Wright #252, 2768 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, 37211, Mary Reynolds, Vice President/Treasurer A-Team Trophies & Awards, 2800 Opryland Drive, Nashville, 37214, Dave McDaniel Active-Entertainment LLC, 312 Village at Vanderbilt, Nashville, 37212, Mark East More

Lipscomb dietitians have designs on health

As the awareness of nutrition has become a bigger part of the American lifestyle, Lipscomb University has stayed on the forefront of educating future dietitians to meet the community

Komisar takes Protherics global

Saul Komisar is president of Protherics, a Brentwood-based vertically integrated biotechnology company focused on developing and marketing oncology and critical care products. More

Grimey

A positive review from Pitchforkmedia.com in January sent readers scurrying for a CD by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. But the young Brooklyn band

Crosland brings welcome addition to Gulch

Steve Armistead and Bill Barkley may be leaving The Gulch physically, but they will still remain. More

Business Calendar

Reinhard Selton, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1994, will speak at 5 p.m. at the Vanderbilt University Student Life Center More more ...