Personal injury law firm Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys has opened an office in Franklin and tapped Daniel Necci to oversee it.
Brentwood-based Reliant Bank has donated numerous pieces of artwork, valued at more than $25,000, to Belmont University’s O’More College of Architecture and Design and to the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center in Clarksville.
Delek US Holdings executives have received a notable boost in their battle with Carl Icahn, whose CVR Energy is pushing for major strategic and board changes at the Brentwood-based company.
Franklin-based wealth management company Southwestern Investment Group has promoted Mark Deering to the role of senior executive vice president.
The board of directors of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store grew to 11 last week thanks to the election of the president of Union Square Hospitality Group, the holding company for restaurants run by Shake Shack founder Danny Meyer.
Local developer Matthew Chilvers hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday for the biggest commercial development in Nolensville: Southwalk.
Geodis has promoted Anthony Jordan to the role of executive vice president and chief operating officer of the France-based logistics company’s Americas region office in Brentwood.
Radio host and personal finance pundit Dave Ramsey and his company Ramsey Solutions are being sued for religious discrimination, fraud and misrepresentation based on claims that echo recent, high-profile rumors about company culture, but also outline broader similarities to cults.
CoreCivic shares dropped Monday after the company announced an agreement to settle a putative securities class-action lawsuit before it could proceed to a jury trial scheduled for next month.
Tech giant Oracle is planning to bring 8,500 jobs with an average salary north of $100,000 to the River North development, according to multiple local media reports Wednesday.
The current trend for the majority of businesses is to start their business from home. Nolensville, which is growing rapidly, has its share of entrepreneurs who are making a go of home-based business.
Brentwood-based Bell Construction has promoted veteran employees and management team members Jeremy Mitchell and Eric Pyle, both to the role of executive vice president.
Mars Petcare’s presence in Tennessee sparked its parent company, Mars Inc., to emphasize its stance against anti-transgender legislation by contributing to the Nashville LGBT Chamber’s open letter to the state of Tennessee.
Nashville-based health care technology company emids has boosted its user experience and design capabilities with an acquisition of India-based Quovantis Technologies.
Franklin-based Mars Petcare announced Wednesday Jessica Hauff will become the company's first-ever general manager of e-commerce and Travis Reaves will join as vice president of strategy and growth transformation.
Shares of private prison operator CoreCivic lost 17 percent of their value Wednesday after the company said it was raising debt and the leaders of its largest peer said they are suspending their dividend payments.
Richard Herrington is still scouting all of Tennessee for potential deals for his year-old Lineage Financial Network. But the veteran banker also is moving to set up shop very close to home.
Brentwood-based life science logistics company Cryoport has acquired an Australian competitor for $5 million, expanding its footprint in the Eastern Pacific shoreline.
First Community Mortgage has hired mortgage veteran Billy Harter as a vice president in the company's Cool Springs office. Harter’s focus is on borrowers located in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Thompson's Station, Spring Hill, Columbia, Murfreesboro and Mt Juliet.
Nashville-area employers added 3,500 people to their payrolls in February, growth that likely was hamstrung by the winter storm that froze a lot of economic activity in the middle of the month.
A Christian media holding company is moving its headquarters and hundreds of jobs to Middle Tennessee from California and will build a new home office here.