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Home goods retailer Kirkland’s Inc. is bringing back ex-CEO Mike Madden as chief financial officer, effective Sept. 1.

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Gresham Smith co-founder Batey Gresham Jr. has died at the age of 88, the Nashville architecture firm announced Tuesday.

Two Nashville-area banking industry veterans are teaming on the establishment of Sonata Bank, a new financial institution based in Brentwood.

A Brentwood office building accommodating a music publishing company with clients including CeCe Winans, TobyMac, Mandisa, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and Newsboys has sold for $13.8 million.

The Lower Broadway building home to iconic retail business Ernest Tubb Record Shops has sold for $18.3 million — more than three times the figure for which it changed ownership hands 24 months ago.

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The owner of Sperry’s Restaurant and Sam’s Sports Grill is suing a spice blend manufacturer, alleging that the out-of-state company is holding the local restaurants “hostage” by refusing to disclose the recipes for spice blends Sperry’s and Sam’s have used for years.

HCA Healthcare has released its second quarter earnings results, which surpassed Wall Street expectations but did not reach the Zacks Investment Research estimate of $14.87 billion in revenue. 

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Coming off a trend-busting 2020, charitable giving behavior reverted somewhat to pre-pandemic trends in 2021, according to Franklin-based advisory firm Lighthouse Counsel’s annual Giving USA report produced in conjunction with The Giving Institute.  

The members of Nashville-based rock band Kings of Leon have paid $2.2 million for a South Nashville warehouse located near used vinyl retailer Phonoluxe and Mexican restaurant La Hacienda Taqueria — and in which the rock band seemingly will operate a music studio.

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U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffery Frensley ordered Nashville attorney Daniel Horwitz to delete tweets about locally based prison company CoreCivic, the defendant in a lawsuit Horwitz filed on behalf of a deceased former inmate at a CoreCivic facility.

Tractor Supply Company appointed Kimberley Gardiner as its new senior vice president and chief marketing officer to replace the soon-to-be-retired Christi Korzekwa. 

Nicole Strain, the chief operating officer and chief financial officer at home goods retailer Kirkland’s, is resigning, effective Aug. 31.