Jim Ayers will on Jan. 1 step down as executive chairman of FB Financial and its FirstBank subsidiary, which he bought in 1984 when it had just $14 million in assets.
Odyssey Behavioral Health, a Brentwood company that provides treatment for eating disorders, psychiatric disorders and addiction, has named David Bell the new Vice President of the outpatient service division.
One of the founders of Community Healthcare Trust is preparing to step away from his executive role after helping grow the company’s market value to more than $1 billion.
The NOW Massage, a growing franchise that features high quality, affordable massage services, will open its first Tennessee location next week in the Harpeth Square building in downtown Franklin.
The personal finance advice company Ramsey Solutions hopes to start construction on a conference center at its Franklin headquarters next summer.
An entity affiliated with Chinese billionaire Tianqiao Chen last week sold another $40 million worth of their shares of Community Health Systems, following up on similar transactions earlier in the month.
The Greater Nashville Regional Council is offering loans to small business in Middle Tennessee that have been impact by the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses in Williamson County are eligible.
As this year’s Small Business Saturday rolls around two days after Thanksgiving, many downtown Franklin merchants will offer special discounts, feature various promotions and participate in the “Window Wonderland” window display contest.
Health Connect America, a leader in the delivery of mental and behavioral health services, has partnered with Franklin-based Premiere Collectibles to provide jobs to those with special needs.
Political contributions from Williamson County’s public companies for the 2020 election cycle dropped to the lowest level since 2014.
Shareholders of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store have voted in favor of the company’s slate of director candidates, rebuffing the latest attempt by activist investor Sardar Biglari to gain board representation.
Several tech executives from Williamson County companies shared lessons learned during the pandemic and their vision of the next steps for the tech industry at a virtual conference this week.
You may be ready to settle in to the current season of sweaters, fireplaces and pie, but spring is just around the corner and if you want to welcome it with flowers, you need to think about it now!
The largest holder of Community Health Systems stock has cashed in a number of its chips after the shares popped more than doubled in two weeks.
Several soup options are making their way on to the I Love Juice Bar menus just in time for the fall and winter seasons.
A leading advisor to large investors is recommending that they withhold their votes for a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store director being targeted by activist investor Sardar Biglari but has stopped short of backing Biglari’s nominee.
The health care revenue cycle company AccuReg, which has an office in Franklin, has bought out a minority partner, and now has full ownership of the business.
Garcia's Mexican Restaurant in Franklin has paid $179,878 in back wages to 40 employees to resolve minimum wage violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act following a U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division investigation.
Earlier this week, the technology firm Smarsh acquired the Franklin company Digital Reasoning, which uses artificial intelligence to glean insights from human communication.