The leaders of local merchant bank Bailey Southwell & Co. have recruited a veteran of two Minneapolis investment firms to run their affiliated fund focused on health care and etc-enabled services companies.
Bank deposits in Williamson County jumped up over the over the last year, with Tennessee banks leading the way, according to new data released by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
First Horizon Bank has tapped Cara Rhodes to be the company’s vice president of client services for Middle Tennessee.
Two senior Dollar General executives this week took some profits from the nearly 30 percent year-to-date rally in the retail giant’s shares.
Dollar General CEO Todd Vasos this week took some of his chips off the table, booking a profit of nearly $25 million by exercising almost 200,000 stock options and then selling that number of the retail giant’s shares, which have risen nearly 50 percent since the March market low.
Earlier this week Democrats officially made Joe Biden the party’s candidate for President, however most local companies haven’t contributed much to presidential candidates this election cycle.
Executives at Brookdale Senior Living have filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission that would enable the Brentwood-based company to sell up to $1 billion worth of stock or debt securities.
Williamson County businesses that received a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program can start applying for forgiveness this week.
The leaders of J. Alexander’s Holdings say they can save more than $500,000 in staff and real estate expenses after combing through their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Businesses in Brentwood and Franklin, especially in the business heavy districts of Maryland Farms and Cool Springs, secured the biggest portion of the Paycheck Protection Program loans in Williamson County.
CORRECTION: The amount of money received by Williamson County businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program was updated on July 17 with a more precise calculation.
Executives of and attorneys for AAC Holdings are asking a Delaware bankruptcy judge to let them out of a dozen leases for space where they previously ran various outpatient addiction treatment programs.
Orthopedic clinic operator IMAC Holdings this week sold more than $2.6 million worth of its stock to institutional investors, money its leaders plan to use to retire some debt and fund the growth of the company's clinic network.
Shares of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store were up more than 5 percent Thursday, adding to their gains from the day before when several analysts lifted their price targets for the restaurant and retail chain on the heels of its quarterly 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.