Ramsey Solutions acquired a Charlotte, N.C.-based fintech startup earlier this week according to a news release.
Meharry Medical College President James Hildreth announced the historically Black medical college will be using federal funding made available through the CARES Act to give each of its 965 students $10,000 — no strings attached.
The Franklin Summit property along Interstate 65 and McEwen Avenue just sold for more than $20 million and was immediately resold for a few million more.
Nice guys don’t always finish last. Just ask Brendan Kamm, co-founder and CEO of THNKS — a platform that allows businesses and individuals to send gestures and gifts of gratitude to help drive business.
A number of downtown Franklin merchants are offering special promotions and ideal gift selections as the Downtown Franklin Association supports Small Business Saturday two days after Thanksgiving and a day past Black Friday.
Local leadership consultant Janet Walls has been elected to the Board of Trustees for the global nonprofit, Online Computer Library Center.
If the pandemic had never happened, Nashville’s tech scene likely would have grown over the past year. But the economic effects of COVID have catapulted Nashville’s technology scene to heights few would have predicted a year ago.
The company plans to accomplish this by way of a future location to open on the second story of 99 East Main Street downtown with 16,700 square feet above Salons By JC and others.
A Franklin-based, national nonprofit that supports the families of food-industry employees is launching a campaign to raise awareness about these families' needs amid the pandemic economy.
In honor of their 87th Anniversary in business, Jimmy Kelly’s Steakhouse is holding a one day sale on Thursday, Nov. 11, granting customers a special $100 gift card for only $50.
Four veteran-owned companies in Williamson County are generating at least around a million dollars based on 2020 revenue reporting.
Franklin Housing Authority aims to use newly awarded tax credits to develop new residential units on Shawnee Drive while overhauling its adjacent properties.
Newly launched ambulatory surgery center company Lync Health Partners has appointed longtime Southern Orthopedic Associates CEO Greg Thompson to be chief development officer.
Like many companies, Enexor BioEnergy, a renewable energy company based in Williamson County, pivoted during the pandemic.
Nashville technology job postings jumped 44 percent year-over-year in the third quarter, according to CompTIA, a trade association focused on IT.
The Fifth + Broadway developer responsible for the renovation and expansion of the Williamson Medical Center has started construction on the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s new headquarters, according to a release.
Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee was named the 2021 Practice of the Year and CEO Darren Harris was named Practice Executive of the Year by the American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives (AAOE).
Chattanooga-based sales coaching platform Ambition is growing quickly and expects the bulk of future growth to come to its Nashville team for the rest of the year.
Nissan has named Chandra Vasser its first chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer for the Franklin-based Americas region. She will also hold the title of vice president.
Shares of Community Health Systems popped more than 18 percent on Thursday after the Franklin-based hospital chain reported favorable third-quarter earnings and improving margins.
We are swiftly moving through October and this is a good time for the reminder that October is Fire Prevention Month. If you haven’t done so this calendar year, test your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors if you have them. If you have older models, test and change the batteries…
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.
The Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame last week inducted its 2020 and 2021 classes in Belmont’s newly opened Fisher Center for the Performing Arts. The dual-year class is made up of 10 health care leaders from across the state.
HCA Healthcare saw profits more than triple in the third quarter as revenue increased 15 percent amid the most severe wave of COVID-19 the health giant has seen since the pandemic began.
Tractor Supply Co. on Thursday reported strong third-quarter results, continuing momentum gained from an equally robust second quarter and spurring brisk trading of the Brentwood-based rural lifestyle retailer’s shared.
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.
Nashville-based Outpatient Imaging Affiliates has been sold, with Miami-based investment firm ICV Partners handing off the company to United Kingdom-based The Cranemere Group.
HCA Healthcare has asked the court to throw out an antitrust lawsuit filed against them by residents of North Carolina alleging the Nashville-based health system was abusing monopoly power they adopted with the acquisition of Mission Health in 2019.
U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty is backing off his typical opposition to the Biden administration to support the president’s pick for ambassador to Japan, a position Hagerty held under former President Trump.
Nashville International Airport announced Tuesday that Flair Airlines will offer nonstop service via BNA to Canadian cities Edmonton and Toronto, with both flights to operate twice-weekly beginning in April 2022.
Battle Ground Academy is hosting a panel of emerging Middle Tennessee entrepreneurs to discuss the impact of the attraction of “big technology” companies to the region and the effect it is having on Nashville’s startup ecosystem.