CoreCivic has announced the promotion of Steve Owen to the role of vice president of communications.
Brentwood-based GBT Realty has landed a permit, valued at about $76.1 million, for its Parke West project under construction near the intersection of West End Avenue and Interstate 440.
The Brentwood-based legal services company Legility has revamped its branding after acquiring a company that assists lawyers with the discovery process.
Work is slated to begin on the Maryland Farms building last home to O’Charley’s and where a Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurant is now planned.
Brentwood-based Focus Search Partners has launched an interim executive services practice focused on the private equity market and has tapped Monica Foster to oversee the new business.
The former CEO of Community First Bank & Trust has stepped down as COO of Reliant Bancorp, a role he has held since the Brentwood-based lender bought his former employer at the beginning of 2018.
With more than 70 correctional and residential reentry facilities across the country, and an average inmate population of about 56,000 during the height of the pandemic, the Brentwood-based private prison operator CoreCivic finds itself at the center of the problem.
AccuReg, a Franklin-based health care technology solutions company, is ranked first for the third consecutive time among patient access solutions providers, according to the 2020 Black Book Research Survey.
A longtime bright star in Nashville’s finance firmament is preparing to cut dozens of jobs at its Brentwood office as part of a streamlining of its life insurance business.
Reliant Bank’s leaders have promoted an original employee of the 15-year-old lender to lead its sales and service operations as president. John Wilson was part of the team that organized and launched Brentwood-based Reliant in 2005. He has been its chief loan officer ever since, keeping that…
An entity affiliated with Nashville-based Tri Star Energy — known for its pairing of Shell gas stations and Twice Daily convenience stores — has paid $1.6 million for a Brentwood retail building with a noteworthy ownership history of sorts.
In early March, a tornado knocked out power at the regional council’s office. A week later, the coronavirus outbreak forced the group to close its offices. Work on the study essentially stopped while planners regrouped.
Shares of CoreCivic slid nearly 17 percent Wednesday, slicing $250 million of the company’s market capitalization, after President and CEO Damon Hininger said its board has suspended the company’s dividend and is evaluating its real estate investment trust structure.
Brentwood-based GBT Realty announced Wednesday that FirstBank will serve as the anchor office tenant for its mixed-use tower ONE22ONE, now under construction on downtown's western edge.
A survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers estimated that 83% of employers plan to make changes to their summer internship programs.
A company in Franklin that normally builds miniature power plants recently changed gears to design a simple ventilator to help hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.
Franklin-based restaurant group A. Marshall Hospitality has named former Chief Operating Officer Claire Crowell as chief people officer and Lyle Richardson, most recently director of operations, as COO.
Shares of J. Alexander’s Holdings fell more than 10 percent Tuesday after the company’s leaders reported first-quarter results and said they are putting on ice until sometime next year their efforts to sell the restaurant chain.
The number of home sales in Williamson County was still much lower last month than than the previous year, but new listings are starting to tick back up.
Many companies in Williamson County released statements last week expressing support for racial equality after thousands of protestors across the U.S. demanded an end to systemic racism and police brutality.
The dean of Belmont’s Massey College of Business says businesses will need creativity and innovation as they adapt to the coronavirus pandemic, making diversity more important than ever.
Bankrupt department store operator JCPenney will close 154 stores this summer but those in the heart of Middle Tennessee will not be among them.
Over the last several months, Williamson Inc. has worked hard to help local businesses find ways to keep operating during the coronavirus pandemic, but the chamber has taken a financial hit as well.
In response to COVID-19 concerns, Brentwood-based GBT Realty has announced “comprehensive health and safety features” for its future Class A office tower ONE22ONE.
If Cracker Barrel Old Country Store’s experience coming back from the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic represents casual dining as a whole, the message would appear to be: We’re halfway back but who knows how long before we make up the rest of the lost ground.