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Cocke teaches little ones to swim

Elizabeth Cocke

Hawks keeps track on track

Previously executive director of the Nashville Sports Authority, Cliff Hawks main task with that entity was to oversee the selling of all Coliseum personal seat licenses. Now, the 36-year-old businessman runs the Nashville Superspeedway, a 1.33-mile concrete tri-oval located in Wilson County that opened in 2001. More

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Perry runs BBBS like a business

Working from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee offices in the Nashville House complex in MetroCenter, Lowell Perry oversees a staff of 19 full-time and six part-time employees. More

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Young Leaders learn nonprofit ways

A springboard into the social and business fabric of the region, a unique program in Middle Tennessee prepares young business and community leaders to be board members of local nonprofit groups. More

Tennessee maternity leave law expanded

During this year More

Parel enjoys the music of Music City

Everyone knows that Nashville is Music City. But classical music? Enter Gil Perel, contrabassoonist for the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. More

Regions banking on urban infill success

When First Tennessee opened a financial center on East Nashville More

Executive Appointments

Nashville Children's Theatre hires Baber Fifth Third Bank adds Brady Sibler joins Ward Financial Advisory more ... More

Tennessee Rep moves in with WNPT

Two of Nashville More

West End sees period of turnover

Even though J. Alexander

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Shirley joins Ardent Health Services More Mailnet Services hires Mancini as VP more ...

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Kendrick puts you at ease at Vandy

Harold Kendrick is the face of Vanderbilt Children's Hospital. More

Architects of health care

When patients go into the hospital, their foremost concern is the treatment they will receive. More

Out with the hillbilly, in with the future

Say goodbye to "hillbilly hayseed-ism." More

Getting people to Shop At Home

Chef Emeril Lagasse's recent live appearance pitching cookware on the Shop At Home channel beat all network sales expectations, and then some. More