Construction on a new three story office building in Berry Farms will begin this spring.
The Franklin-based renewable energy company Enexor has released a small power plant that will run on plastic waste.
Sprit Airline’s recent decision to move its operations control center from Florida to Tennessee was independent from the company’s decision to move its headquarters across town in South Florida.
A massive influx of migrants at the southern U.S. border boosted profits for Brentwood-based private prison operator CoreCivic last year, but now the company expects migrant crossings to return to normal levels.
Franklin Synergy Bank has purchased the building housing its headquarters near downtown Franklin. The bank had previously leased the building from an LLC based in Chicago.
The company plans to bring with it 345 jobs and invest $11 million in the move — 240 of the jobs will be relocations from Florida and the other 100 will come as hires in the county.
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Opioid addiction leads to millions of dollars in lost productivity each year, posing a serious threat to businesses across Tennessee, but treatment providers argue companies can mitigate the costs of opioid misuse by helping employees or new hires find treatment.
The newest public company in Williamson County decided to move its headquarters from Southern California to Brentwood because of the availability of talent, centralized location and business friendly environment.
Franklin Synergy bank has invested $1 million into a program that provides low-income, first-time home buyers with assistance towards a down payment.
Newly installed Tractor Supply President and CEO Hal Lawton has promoted three senior executives to C-level positions and expanded the specialty retailer’s executive committee.
Bill Carpenter, the former chairman and CEO of LifePoint Health, has been elected to the board of FB Financial, the parent of FirstBank that will soon have $10 billion in assets.
Bank of America analysts have upgraded shares of Tractor Supply following the retailer’s mixed fourth-quarter earnings report, saying the Brentwood-based company continues to gain the upper hand on smaller regional rivals.
Franklin-based Hogwood BBQ has been named the “Best New Concept Launch” by restaurant development + design magazine’s Fourth Annual rd+d Awards.
A major construction firm from Chicago is setting up a regional office in Brentwood to capitalize on the rapid growth of the Nashville region.
The Franklin renewable energy company Enexor BioEnergy is rolling out a miniature power plant fueled by organic waste.
A federal court has certified a securities class action against Tivity Health that accuses the Franklin-based company of misleading investors about UnitedHealthcare bringing its services in-house.
A Brentwood-based health tech company has been purchased by a home health information technology subsidiary of ResMed, the public company with a market value of more than $20 billion.
Wheeler's Raid Distillery held its Winter Roar 2.0 on Saturday night with a grand re-opening, ribbon cutting and a night of music and the growing variety of Wheeler’s Raid products.
After working on their business idea for months Matthew Martin and Barrett Lamb stepped up on to a small stage, ready to make their pitch to a panel of judges.
The main banks lending money to AAC Holdings have given the addiction treatment services provider a little breathing room as both sides move closer to a more comprehensive restructuring of their relationship.
Americana Taphouse officially opened in the former Puckett’s Boat House space in downtown Franklin Wednesday, and there are various ways to help mark its opening.
A company connected to a one of the largest landowners in the country has purchased several properties near the Factory in Franklin.
Community Health Systems executives this week said they are raising $1.46 billion via a sale of five-year debt. The private offering grew more than 40 percent from its originally planned $1.02 billion and will have an interest rate of 6.625 percent.
The Franklin tech company Digital Reasoning has raised another $20 million and opened a new office in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Franklin-based legal services company Latitude announced Thursday that it has opened a downtown Indianapolis office and named a president to oversee the operation.
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.