Franklin-based Logo Brands, a licensee for hard goods sports products, has acquired the drinkware division of a Wisconsin company.
The president of Tivity Health’s health care business will leave the Franklin-based company at the end of this month, about 20 months after moving into the job when the owner of the SilverSneakers brand acquired Nutrisystem.
Three Williamson County companies have been named to the 2020 edition of the Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisers list.
The leaders of J. Alexander’s Holdings say they can save more than $500,000 in staff and real estate expenses after combing through their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even with the enormous job losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic, many Middle Tennessee tech companies are still struggling to find qualified workers.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store executives are fortifying their balance sheet by teaming up with a real estate investment firm that is putting billions of dollars to work during the COVID-19 recession on retail real estate.
Hotel managers are pulling out all the stops to make guests feel comfortable, and occupancy is creeping back up. However, some local hotels say corporate events and travelers could take longer to return.
Several analysts on Friday raised their price targets for shares of Tractor Supply — two by more than 25 percent — after the Brentwood-based retailer’s leaders reported a massive second quarter and said they’re increasingly attracting younger and more affluent customers.
The Brentwood health care company Premise Health is expecting the cost of surgeries to increase as hospitals rush to reschedule procedures postponed during the height of the coronavirus crisis.
The Franklin company AdhereHealth, which aims to help patients correctly use their medications, has opened a new pharmacy delivery facility in Arizona and recently formed a partnership with the University of Tennessee’s pharmacy college to address the coronavirus pandemic.
Tennessee is offering $150 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to nonprofits to help them address the health and economic impacts of the new coronavirus.
Mitsubishi is planning to redesign several vehicles for the North American market over the next year.
CORRECTION: This story was updated on July 27 to show that the early Ovation developer Stan Thomas sold the land to a company with a similar name, suggesting he could still be involved.
The Williamson County health care company Fast Pace Urgent Care received one of the state’s largest loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, but has also laid off more than 150 workers.
Executives of Franklin-based insurance marketing firm Franklin Madison have hired Jedd Taylor to serve as senior director of digital strategy.
Businesses in Brentwood and Franklin, especially in the business heavy districts of Maryland Farms and Cool Springs, secured the biggest portion of the Paycheck Protection Program loans in Williamson County.
Jeff Jowdy’s role as president of Franklin's Lighthouse Counsel, a consultancy firm for nonprofits, allows him to put his years of experience in nonprofit leadership and fundraising to work helping charitable organizations develop strategic initiatives, raise awareness of their mission and f…