Shares of Dollar General rose nearly 4 percent Friday morning to an all-time high on the heels of the retailer’s first-quarter results.
Shares of Tractor Supply are set to hit an all-time high Wednesday after the retailer’s executives said same-store sales for the second quarter are on track to rise more than 20 percent and that gross margins are rising. Tractor Supply President and CEO Hal Lawton said late Tuesday that the …
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.
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.
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.
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.
A group of six senior Tractor Supply executives have in the past week generated nearly $1.9 million in profits from selling some of their shares, mostly after exercising stock options.
Surgery Partners executives have borrowed another $120 million from their bank group as they look to ride out the suspension of elective surgeries during COVID-19.
Banks in Tennessee are gearing up for a massive influx of loan applications as businesses across the country scramble for a piece of the recent federal stimulus package.
Two troubled loans have given Franklin Financial Network executives nearly $19 million of indigestion as they prepare to sell their company to their local peers at FB Financial Corp.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store executives have drawn down the $487 million available to them under their revolving credit line and suspended their dividend and stock buyback programs as they process the COVID-19 shockwave.
A New York investor specializing in distressed assets has called on the board of Quorum Health Corp. to adhere to its fiduciary duties to shareholders and turn away from talks with private equity giant KKR about a possible reorganization.
The leaders of J. Alexander’s Holdings have joined a handful of other local public companies in maxing out their available credit as they seek to buffer the blows from the spread of COVID-19.The Nashville-based restaurant chain’s executives on Tuesday said they have drawn down the $17 millio…
A legal challenge to Reliant Bancorp’s plan to buy the second-largest bank in Montgomery County has been dismissed by a Davidson County chancellor.
A Texas-based oil refining and marketing company controlled by famed activist investor Carl Icahn has in the past six weeks spent nearly $140 million on Delek US Holdings shares and says it wants to talk about acquiring the Brentwood company.
The leaders of Tractor Supply late last week added $200 million of padding to their balance sheet by expanding their lending arrangement with a group led by Wells Fargo Bank.
There was no hiding Monday for Nashville-area stocks as investors continued to assess the economic damage being done by the spread of the novel coronavirus and its associated COVID-19 illness.
Many Middle Tennessee-based stocks tumbled more than 10 percent Monday amid a broad rout stoked by an oil price war and fears over the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.
Former Franklin Financial Network CEO Richard Herrington has signed deals to buy two area community banks that will be housed under his new Lineage Financial Network umbrella.
Franklin Synergy bank has invested $1 million into a program that provides low-income, first-time home buyers with assistance towards a down payment.
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.
Brentwood-based Reliant Bank is wrapping up two mergers announced last year, but executives said the company could resume acquisitions later this year.
Nashville-based FirstBank hopes to retain all Franklin Synergy bankers as the companies move forward with a planned merger.
The CEO of Reliant Bancorp on Wednesday said his team’s two recently announced acquisitions will likely keep the Brentwood lender out of the M&A market until the middle of next year.
As they wrap up nearly a year of transition work, Franklin Financial Network executives on Thursday said they are more likely to invest in new talent than in a share buyback plan.
DeVan Ard and his team at Reliant Bancorp have agreed to pay about $123 million in stock and cash for the second-largest lender in Montgomery County, a deal that will grow Reliant to about $3 billion in assets and give it a 30-office footprint from Clarksville to Columbia.