Editor’s note: In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, various area companies are releasing workers and/or ceasing operations. The Home Page is reporting such personnel moves on a regular basis.
A longtime Walgreens executive has been tapped to fill the president and CEO roles at Tivity Health three months after a leadership shakeup resulted in the resignation of Donato Tramuto and other high-ranking officers.
The Carnivore Meat Company, which opened in downtown Franklin in November 2014 and later moved to its current location in The Factory at Franklin, will be closing its retail location May 29.
Three Williamson County companies eared a spot on Inc.’s annual list of the best places to work. The magazine evaluated more than 3,000 companies, and 389 businesses made the list.
The hospitality industry has taken an enormous hit during the coronavirus pandemic, and a software company in Franklin hopes to provide tools to help them operate in a future where guests are wary of the virus.
Join us Thursday, May 21, at noon for a chat with Jim Cumbee, who will discuss selling a business in a post-COVID environment.
The multistory office buildings in Cool Springs are normally teeming with hundreds or even thousands of workers, but many of those buildings have been mostly empty for months.
The leaders of BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee have announced the Chattanooga-based insurer will continue covering telehealth services permanently after major spikes in usage during the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic slowed down residential real estate transactions in Williamson County last month, but the Williamson County Association of Realtors still reported hundreds of transactions.
On May 14, Williamson Home Page business editor Matt Blois hosted a live interview with Williamson Inc. CEO Matt Largen to discuss what a comeback looks like for the business community.
Shares of Tractor Supply are a rare breed these days, sitting just a few percentage points from their 52-week highs. So it’s no surprise a number of the farm and ranch products specialist’s top executives are taking a few chips off the table.
The president and chairman of Nissan North America has resigned from his roles for personal reasons and will leave the auto maker in a few weeks after less than 15 months at the helm.
A majority of National HealthCare Corp. investors last week voted in favor of a motion calling on the company to prepare a report on how it can enhance the diversity of its board.
Delek US Holdings executives have sold a California refinery they picked up via their acquisition of Alon USA Energy but that doesn’t connect to their Texas-Arkansas-Louisiana refining footprint.
The Franklin-based health care company AdhereHealth is analyzing data from insurance plans to identify people at high risk of contracting the new coronavirus, and intervening to help them stay healthy.
Two weeks after deciding to return more than $15 million they received under the federal Paycheck Protection Program, the leaders of J. Alexander’s Holdings have begun talks with Pinnacle Bank to grow their revolving credit line by about that amount.
More than 100 small businesses in Williamson County received approval for at least $26.6 million in forgivable loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, a federal program designed to help small businesses pay employees during the coronavirus pandemic.
The shepherds of Quorum Health’s Chapter 11 restructuring process have shed some light on who will be the directors of the company’s next iteration. What’s not at all clear, however, is whether President and CEO Bob Fish will continue to lead the hospital company post-bankruptcy.
A trading plan set up for former Tractor Supply CEO Greg Sandfort last week generated profits of more than $5.8 million for the 64-year-old who led the company until this past January.
Brentwood-based defense contractor Vibronyx has been awarded a follow-on federal contract for its modernization and readiness analysis of food management systems.
Publicly traded banks in the Nashville area have loaned more than $3 billion to small businesses over the last several weeks as part of a federal aid program.
Mill Creek Brewing is preparing for the launch of its newest product, a line of hard seltzer, while adapting to both new company leadership and the ever-changing uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The vast majority of Middle Tennessee tech companies expect to have more remote workers even beyond the peak of the coronavirus outbreak.