Brentwood-based investment firm FCA Venture Partners participated in a $5.8 million series A1 investment round for Houston-based Vivante Health, a digital medicine for gut health and disease startup with a local office in Nashville.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health has announced Lisa Estrada will take the place of Reggie Hill as senior vice president and chief compliance officer, effective immediately.
Brentwood-based Reliant Bank is wrapping up two mergers announced last year, but executives said the company could resume acquisitions later this year.
Brentwood-based personnel staffing company Vaco is expanding its South Florida footprint with new offices and technology services, in the process adding industry veterans Matt Walter and Albert Llodra.
The Brentwood-based health care IT firm HCTec has opened a new service center in Brentwood and expects to add about 20 new jobs.
Nashville-based FirstBank hopes to retain all Franklin Synergy bankers as the companies move forward with a planned merger.
Beth Bogosian is a realtor serving Williamson County, Maury County and the surrounding areas in Middle Tennessee. She was born and raised in Columbia, Tennessee. She attended the University of Tennessee and received a Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies. She worked for a couple of prominent F…
H.G. Hill Realty Company has announced that two new tenants, Peace Love and Little Donuts and Scissors & Scotch, will be coming to Hill Center Brentwood during phase 2 of the center’s expansion.
Earlier this week, the investing giant BlackRock sent a letter to companies it invests in announcing a shift in its philosophy, placing an emphasis on properly evaluating financial risks from climate change.
Home décor retailer Kirkland's has parted ways with President and COO Mike Cairnes and handed operational oversight to CEO Woody Woodward.
Michael Cartwright is planning to next week step aside as CEO of AAC Holdings, the addiction treatment company he has led through highs and lows for the better part of a decade.
The Brentwood Beer Board met on Tuesday night prior to the City Commission meeting where they voted to hold a hearing after multiple violations by Brick’s Cafe and approved the transfer of a beer permit for Chili's to their corporate parent company.
The average amount of owed on student loans in Middle Tennessee has increased dramatically over the last decade.
Two women from the Nashville area are partnering with a nonprofit organization to offer free online training for entrepreneurs in Tennessee.
The Williamson County chamber of commerce — Williamson Inc. — is starting a new internship program for high school students in the county.
The AMG Ketamine & Wellness center, a new alternative for patients who have not found an effective treatment for depression, pain, PTSD, OCD and other conditions, has opened in Cool Springs at 1909 Mallory Lane, Suite 300 in Franklin.
Community Health Systems executives have settled a securities fraud class action lawsuit for $53 million, according to a brief filed Tuesday in federal court.
A Brentwood company that provides tech related legal services has acquired a company that helps organizations with the discovery process.
Executives with Surgery Partners have filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission that lay the groundwork for them to raise up to $250 million in various ways.
A significant shareholder of the Brentwood-based addiction treatment company American Addiction Centers has become an active investor.
Tractor Supply’s leaders have promoted a five-year company veteran and a longtime Sears executive to senior vice president of e-commerce.
NAI Nashville and The Stanton Group, Inc. have announced that they will combine in a strategic merger and retain the full staffs from both firms, rebranding as NAI Nashville/Stanton Group.
UPDATE: This story was updated to reflect that Hytch claims to be the largest carbon offset program free to users, though it is much smaller than offset programs with a cost.
Professional services and health care helped the Williamson County economy grow faster than the U.S. economy last year.
Party Fowl, known for its hot chicken dishes, has announced it will be opening a new dining location in the Cool Springs area in February.
The Brentwood private prison company CoreCivic may have found a new source of financing as U.S. banks are backing away from the industry.
The New York Stock Exchange has again put Quorum Health on its naughty list, pointing out that the hospital company’s stock price — which averaged 90 cents in the 30 trading days before Dec. 3 — has been below $1 for too long.
The directors of Tractor Supply built an extensive pay package to lure to town Macy’s President Hal Lawton, who next month will take over as CEO of the farm and ranch products retailer from Greg Sandfort.
The National Association of Realtors is expecting fewer homes sales in the Nashville area next year and only modest increases in sale prices.
The directors of Tractor Supply have chosen a veteran of some of retail’s biggest brands to be the farm and ranch brand’s new president and CEO.Hal Lawton will take over at Brentwood-based Tractor Supply Jan. 13 from Greg Sandfort, who this summer extended his contract on the heels of the un…
Elements Massage Brentwood and Elements Massage Franklin are teaming up to provide free massages for active and retired first responders and military personnel on Monday, Dec. 2.
In addition to helping a steady stream of customers at Savory Spice Shop in downtown Franklin, store manager Kelly Garteiz and her associates were spending a pre-Thanksgiving day getting the place ready for the post-Thanksgiving floodgates.