It’s getting personal now between Delek US Holdings and Carl Icahn.
Brentwood-based private equity-focused consulting services firm BluWave has announced the addition of Kyle Johnson as head of growth marketing.
The Midtown property home to the buildings housing beloved live music venue Exit/In and neighborhood bar Hurray Back has been offered for sale for an undisclosed asking price, Tennessee Lockout reports.
Employers overwhelmingly have decided to use incentives to encourage employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 rather than enforcing a mandate, a survey conducted by law firm Littler Mendelson found.
Officials overseeing the development of downtown's Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences announced Monday they have landed The Rutledge as a future restaurant, with an early-2022 opening eyed.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health has named Elmer Polite CFO of its Eastern Division of hospitals. Polite (pictured) will oversee financial operations for 26 hospital campuses located in Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
Hilton's innovative hotel brand, Tru by Hilton, recently announced the opening of its latest property, Tru by Hilton Franklin Cool Springs Nashville.
Executives at Nissan this week named Tracy Church to lead the auto maker's Decherd factory and, by extension, its powertrain operations in the United States, making her the first woman to hold that role.
Northwood Ravin has hired six new employees to form its residential team at McEwen Northside, the 45-acre mixed-use environment offering fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and green spaces in Cool Springs.
Brentwood-based personnel and consulting firm Vaco has launched a digital practice division in its Cincinnati office and named Troy Woolery, a 15-year veteran in corporate and digital leadership, as director.
The directors of Delek US Holdings this week voted to add a veteran technologist to their ranks — a move that came just days after the company’s largest shareholder said it wants a say in naming three new board members.
National Seating & Mobility, a Franklin-based company that is North America’s largest provider of comprehensive mobility solutions, is broadening its reach in Indiana with the acquisition of Scooters N More in Valparaiso.
MILES, the Williamson County car wash enterprise that opened its first of three locations here nearly 14 years ago, has now expanded for the first time into Nashville.
An oil refiner controlled by billionaire investor Carl Icahn says it no longer wants to buy Delek US Holdings but is instead using its 15 percent ownership stake to pressure the Brentwood-based company to make major changes to its business.
Overall, 2020 was the slowest year for business starts in a decade, largely because of the huge dip in new licenses during the spring.
The vacancy rate for office space in Cool Springs reached nearly 19% in the final quarter of 2020, but the long term prospects for Williamson County’s business district remain promising.