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The president of Tivity Health’s health care business will leave the Franklin-based company at the end of this month, about 20 months after moving into the job when the owner of the SilverSneakers brand acquired Nutrisystem.

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Shares of Surgery Partners climbed 20 percent Wednesday after the company’s executives reported a smaller-than-expected second-quarter loss and said they expect that, if current trends hold, to quickly grow earnings in the second half of 2020.

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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store executives are fortifying their balance sheet by teaming up with a real estate investment firm that is putting billions of dollars to work during the COVID-19 recession on retail real estate.

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The leaders of Community Health Systems say activity at their physician practices around the country suggest hospital volumes will climb in the coming months.

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Brentwood-based Bell and Associates Construction has announced that it will donate the construction of a pedestrian bridge to Friends of Shelby Park and Bottoms, a community-based nonprofit that helps care for East Nashville’s Shelby Park and Shelby Bottoms.

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Shares of Community Health Systems are set for a big up day after the hospital operator reported second-quarter results buoyed by federal aid dollars.

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Coming off a solid second quarter that included nice cost savings from two recent acquisitions, Reliant Bancorp Chairman and CEO DeVan Ard Jr. said Friday his team isn’t counting on much loan growth for the rest of 2020 as the region’s economy looks to get back on track.

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Robert Henry “Bob” Steltjes, the one-time owner and CEO of former Franklin-based gift-wrapping manufacturing company CPS Industries, has died of undisclosed causes.

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Several analysts on Friday raised their price targets for shares of Tractor Supply — two by more than 25 percent — after the Brentwood-based retailer’s leaders reported a massive second quarter and said they’re increasingly attracting younger and more affluent customers.

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The leaders of Surgery Partners are returning to the debt markets to help them invest in growth as the health care sector begins to look beyond COVID-19.