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Shares of hospital companies fell on Friday as investors digested the proposed support for the sector in the federal stimulus bill moving through Congress versus the apparent loss of business they are experiencing.

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Mitsubishi Motors North America has said goodbye to President and CEO Fred Diaz as it prepares to finish the relocation of its headquarters to Franklin.

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Two troubled loans have given Franklin Financial Network executives nearly $19 million of indigestion as they prepare to sell their company to their local peers at FB Financial Corp.

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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store executives have drawn down the $487 million available to them under their revolving credit line and suspended their dividend and stock buyback programs as they process the COVID-19 shockwave.

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The top executives of Nissan have named a new leader of its U.S. and Mexico manufacturing operations to succeed a veteran executive who has been recruited by Target.

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The leaders of J. Alexander’s Holdings have joined a handful of other local public companies in maxing out their available credit as they seek to buffer the blows from the spread of COVID-19.The Nashville-based restaurant chain’s executives on Tuesday said they have drawn down the $17 millio…

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Health care and technology-focused investment bank Brentwood Capital Advisors has added to its team a managing director with a dozen years of experience at Raymond James and the Morgan Keegan organization it bought in 2012.

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For the past week, public health experts and government officials have been urging citizens, in increasingly serious tones, to stay home as much as possible to slow the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus that has sparked a global pandemic. Those calls have been e…

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There was no hiding Monday for Nashville-area stocks as investors continued to assess the economic damage being done by the spread of the novel coronavirus and its associated COVID-19 illness.

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In just a week, we can officially say winter is over based on the calendar.  Of course, there are those unofficial "winters" here in the South (ever heard of blackberry or dogwood?) that will continue for a while and seem to vary in name and number depending on who you ask.  But, for the mos…

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Shares of Quorum Health cratered Wednesday, losing more than half of their value, after investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts said talks with the hospital operator have turned to exploring “a reorganization […] in which no assurances can be given that holders of […] common stock will recei…

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Many Middle Tennessee-based stocks tumbled more than 10 percent Monday amid a broad rout stoked by an oil price war and fears over the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.