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Nilah Staskus has stepped down as senior vice president and chief accounting officer of Delek US Holdings, the Brentwood-based American arm of the Israeli energy conglomerate.

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GEODIS, a transport and logistics provider, and CoreTrust, a commercial group purchasing organization and a division of HealthTrust, announced Wednesday a strategic alliance to provide a full truckload (FTL) managed transportation solution to CoreTrust members.

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Credex Corporation — a company with offices in Franklin and West Palm Beach, Florida — has appointed Robin McVey as its new CEO and added him as a member of its board of directors. The appointment follows the resignation of former CEO and CFO Lawrence Taube, according to a release. 

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Celero Commerce, a payment processing and software company based in Brentwood, has acquired Everest Payment Solutions, a Florida-based payment processing group.

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Downtown’s The George Jones — a museum, restaurant and bar that honored the talents of the late musician variously known as “The Possum” and “No Show” — has permanently closed.

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The team behind Edley’s Bar-B-Que is targeting a third quarter opening near South Davidson County’s Lenox Village area — in what would be the brand’s first suburban Nashville location if operational today.

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A handful of employees at a Dollar General store in Connecticut narrowly voted down union representation, leaving the Goodlettsville-based retailer without labor representation at any of its nearly 18,000 stores across the country.

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Hendersonville-based Rothwell Development Company has announced it has signed a development agreement with Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii to open 12 shops in the greater Nashville area.

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Parler — the social media platform that has become a popular alternative among right-wing users looking for less regulation of what they can post — is relocating its corporate headquarters to Nashville. 

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Almost half of the Ovation submarket — among Metro Nashville area’s most high-profile mixed-use developments — just sold for $35 million after development onsite unexpectedly stalled for several years.

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Officials with Smith & Wesson Brands Inc. announced Thursday the firearms manufacturing and design company will relocate its headquarters from Springfield, Massachusetts to Maryville, a $125 million effort that will yield 750 jobs.

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The Nashville Entrepreneur Center on Wednesday announced its 2021 Hall of Fame inductees. Phil Bredesen, Lucius Burch, Leatrice McKissack and Trisha Yearwood will be honored at the annual NEXT Awards at Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Oct. 25.

Ford Motor Company plans to make its newly announced electric pickup trucks at a West Tennessee property where state officials have long pined for a major manufacturing tenant.

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The effort to reinvent multiple Second Avenue buildings damaged by the Christmas 2020 bombing have taken the next step as the owners are preparing images and details related to the process, which will include some demolition.

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The owners of a group of Los Angeles-area auto dealerships must pay Franklin-based Nissan North America after a Davidson County jury ruled the dealers had committed fraud related to manufacturer warranties.

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Nissan North America has announced senior leadership changes within its manufacturing division, with David Johnson to serve as vice president, manufacturing, at the Smyrna vehicle assembly plant and Jeff Younginer to hold the title of vice president, production engineering and new model quality.

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Nashville attorney Grace Stranch has joined Brentwood-based Harpeth Conservancy as chief operating officer and vice president of conservation policy.

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Nashville-based Bell Construction announced Wednesday that Rebecca Ozols and Sam Hand have been named owners of the company.