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.
As the lease has yet to be executed, no word exists as to when the HomeGoods may open. Assuming the lease agreement moves forward, the HomeGoods would set up shop in the building left vacant after Bed, Bath and Beyond closed its doors back in 2018, which according to some of its staff, was reportedly due to increasing lease rates.
The average amount of owed on student loans in Middle Tennessee has increased dramatically over the last decade.
A second Waffle House officially opened for business in Spring Hill on Monday, giving residents on the Maury County side of the city a more convenient option for satisfying any waffle and hash brown cravings.
Two women from the Nashville area are partnering with a nonprofit organization to offer free online training for entrepreneurs in Tennessee.
The directors of Surgery Partners have rejigged the company’s executive suite, naming CEO Wayne DeVeydt to the post of executive chairman and promoting the former Tenet Healthcare executive they brought on last year as COO to be CEO.
The Brentwood private prison operator CoreCivic will house inmates in Mississippi following several violent incidents in that state’s prison system.
The Williamson County chamber of commerce — Williamson Inc. — is starting a new internship program for high school students in the county.
Visit Franklin has expanded its sales department with the addition of a former account executive with the Tennessee Titans.
Ramsey Solutions, the personal finance media company founded by Dave Ramsey, has settled a lawsuit with a California real estate agent who criticized the company on YouTube.
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.
Credit Suisse analyst Jailendra Singh last week launched coverage of Tivity Health shares with a ‘neutral’ rating and a $22 price target, which leaves about 6 percent upside.
A significant shareholder of the Brentwood-based addiction treatment company American Addiction Centers has become an active investor.
A group of New York investors that manage about $1.3 billion has filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission declaring its intent to get more actively involved with the affairs of Tivity Health, which the money mangers consider to be undervalued.
Tractor Supply’s leaders have promoted a five-year company veteran and a longtime Sears executive to senior vice president of e-commerce.
The Heritage at Brentwood resident Don Russell was a 27-year-old, junior engineer when B.F. Goodrich sent him to “a little dinky” west Texas town to help with its annual high-speed tire-testing assignment. Each year, the company rented a few rooms in Marfa, Texas’ only hotel for its engineers to call home during the two-month testing period.
Luxenhaus Day Spa celebrated a grand reopening at its location on Meridian Boulevard in Franklin, and has introduced an extensive line of luxury spa treatments from their award-winning team of specialists.
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 CFO of Community Health Systems will step down from his position in a few weeks after a little more than three years with the Franklin-based hospital operator.
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 Harpeth Hotel, under construction along with the rest of the Harpeth Square project for a little more than two years, officially opened Tuesday at the eastern end of downtown Franklin.
Tivity Health President and COO Dawn Zier has left the Franklin-based company less than eight months after coming aboard as part of the $1.3 billion acquisition of Nutrisystem.
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…