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Having an impact: The growing reach of minority firms

Adjusting to a less bullish outlook

Last week was marked by several significant financial events. First, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates by 25 basis points and suggested that its

Executive Appointments

American Diabetes promotes Zeitlin More Rogers Group makes Bellante director Cobbs named director of North Rutherford YMCA more ...

Conversation with a leader

After years of handling conventional suburban residential development, David McGowan is now focused on "traditional neighborhood development" (TND). He directs 16 employees working from his office in Lenox Village, the New Urbanism development in South Nashville. More

Ingram adapts to the market

The flurry of small and medium-sized publishers trying to get books into the crowded marketplace is presenting new opportunities for Ingram Book Co. of La Vergne. More

Legal Listings

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Executive Appointments

Shalom Foundation names Swartz executive director More Fifth Third Bank hires Khoury Habitat for Humanity announces promotions more ...

Legal Listings

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Skanska cements school relationships

As a global construction company with 60,000 employees and $16.4 billion in revenues, Skanska AB is a big company that does big things. More

Help wanted: Nurses

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Regions assesses its big change

Lyons oversees about 15 employees working from various Regions/Morgan Keegan Private Banking Division offices. Originally with Union Planters Bank, the Nashville native was part of a team that was instrumental in making sure the recent local systems conversion to Regions (following last year

The product placement game

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Briefs

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Web grocery is Plumgood business

The growing number of consumers opting to forego the grocery store and get their weekly staples delivered to their homes is paying off for Nashville

South Nashville braces for

Is unpretentious South Nashville about to become trendy? Jim Reams thinks so, as he bought a brick ranch home near Glencliff High School six months ago. College-educated, cosmopolitan, and fond of non-mainstream food, film and fashion, Reams is much unlike his conventional neighbors. More

Watkins enlists businesses for latest art project

The art collection at the Watkins School of Art & Design has been professionally appraised and cataloged for the first time, thanks to faculty, student volunteers and the efforts of two local businesspeople. More

EEOC moves to protect teen workers

Last September, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that it was embarking on an

Bringing dialysis where it

With the dialysis industry now valued at $15 billion annually, there are three companies headquartered in the Nashville area that specialize in care for the growing number of Americans with renal disease. More

Ways to make Gateway more welcoming

The Gateway Bridge had been open only one week before citizens began

Betting the farm on CSA

Tuning out the Interstate 840 traffic that whizzes past their farm in rural College Grove, Cindy and Hank Delvin admire the blooms on the 4,000 strawberry plants they recently planted in nine neat rows. By the first week of May, each plant should yield a quart of Chandler strawberries. More