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Nilah Staskus has stepped down as senior vice president and chief accounting officer of Delek US Holdings, the Brentwood-based American arm of the Israeli energy conglomerate.

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Officials with Pilkerton Realtors, Parks Realty and Village Real Estate announced Thursday a merger.

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Health Connect America has acquired a trio of peers, a move that will allow the Franklin-based behavioral health services company to serve more than 18,000 children and their families in seven states.

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GEODIS, a transport and logistics provider, and CoreTrust, a commercial group purchasing organization and a division of HealthTrust, announced Wednesday a strategic alliance to provide a full truckload (FTL) managed transportation solution to CoreTrust members.

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HCA Healthcare announced Tuesday it has purchased MD Now Urgent Care, which offers a network of 59 urgent care centers located in Florida.

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Brentwood-based outpatient addiction treatment company Spero Health is launching a slew of new services in 2022 and has announced intent to expand into West Virginia and North Carolina at the beginning of the year. 

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Credex Corporation — a company with offices in Franklin and West Palm Beach, Florida — has appointed Robin McVey as its new CEO and added him as a member of its board of directors. The appointment follows the resignation of former CEO and CFO Lawrence Taube, according to a release. 

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After the O’More College of Design — a small, private interior design and architecture school — was acquired by Belmont University in 2018, Franklin preservationists feared the fate of the historic estate.

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Small Town Charm opened its doors in Nolensville more than seven years ago. Ilse Fitzsimmons, who owns the shop with her daughter Sammy, hails from South Africa, picked Nolensville because she and her husband, Jim, love Nolensville’s small town character.

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The year is beginning to wind down, but real estate prices are still flying high — only one home on this month’s list dips below the $4 million mark.

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Celero Commerce, a payment processing and software company based in Brentwood, has acquired Everest Payment Solutions, a Florida-based payment processing group.

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Longtime Community Health Systems director Julia “Judi” North died last week, the Franklin-based hospital company said in a release.

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Downtown’s The George Jones — a museum, restaurant and bar that honored the talents of the late musician variously known as “The Possum” and “No Show” — has permanently closed.