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Bennett thoroughly knows his autos

Martin Bennett, owner/president, Thoroughbred Motorcars Inc., was born and raised in Great Britain, and bought Thoroughbred Motorcars Inc. in 1985. More

Executive Appointments

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

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Real Estate More New Corporations

Kendrick puts you at ease at Vandy

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

Tinseltown, Tennessee

Although Johnny Cash built most of his career in Tennessee, the Hollywood biopic of the late country music star was almost filmed in Louisiana. More

The Maberta falls as 3102 rises

Say goodbye to a dear old friend. More

Hospitalists are there when you need them

Spending time as a patient in a hospital can be a scary and frustrating experience, particularly when you are waiting to see and talk with your doctor, who is most often not on the premises. More

How to handle problem employees

This week's tip addresses the hand-wringing, heart-stopping dilemma you face when deciding what to do about an employee who needs to go but who you suspect (or know) will cause trouble for your company. More

Connecting generosity with need

For Penny Carroll, accurate information on nonprofit organizations is essential. More

Men get chance to Flip at consignment store

One of the newest clothing stores in Middle Tennessee is a bit of an oddity. More

Conversation with a leader

Decosta Jenkins, president, Nashville Electric Service More

How '05 predictions look at mid-year

Now that we have passed the halfway point of the year, it seems a good time to revisit the predictions we made at the beginning of 2005 to see how they have played out. More

Executive Appointments

Ingram Book Group names Seitz and Crabtree VPs More Rhyne named LifeWay's chief financial officer more ...

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Real Estate More New Corporations

Businesses go blogging

Chris Nelson knows he's got it made. More

Stocks stay strong despite attacks

It was an impressive week for stocks despite the attacks in London on Thursday and a mediocre employment report on Friday. More

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Real Estate More New Businesses New Corporations

Nashville helps pass new drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved the drug BiDil for the treatment of heart disease, specifically heart failure, in black patients. More

Where will urban infill boom?

A friend called recently to say she had dreamed of a dramatically reinvented Nashville - one alive with sidewalk cafes, pocket parks, public art, water fountains and sculpture. More

Health care costs give small businesses a financial crunch

Rising health insurance costs are squeezing the budgets of Nashville small businesses and putting them between a rock and a hard place - because to compete against large firms for talent, small firms must offer quality employee health benefits without having the same financial capacity. More