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Radish, a health-focused restaurant concept created by Amanda Frederickson, will open a new location in Franklin on Tuesday, May 24, following the success of its first location in the Sylvan Park neighborhood, per a press release. 

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Studio Bank says it is bringing its "unique blend of personal service and sophisticated technology" to Williamson County with a corporate office and retail branch in Franklin slated for an opening between June and July of this year, per a release. 

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Two Nashville honky-tonk owners have sold a downtown surface parking lot for $10.2 million — and for a noteworthy per-foot record, according to a Davidson County Register of Deeds document.

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Tennessee led the nation in tech industry job growth between the end of 2019 and the end of 2021, according to a new report from the Technology Councils of America.  

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Life insurance executive Weldon Wilson and his wife Elaine are giving $17.5 million to add to their scholarship fund at Vanderbilt Law School.   

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An old-school downtown commercial building located in The District and once owned by late actor and musician Jerry Reed has sold for $4.7 million, according to a Davidson County Register of Deeds document.

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The Nashville area in April saw a 7 percent dip in residential sales and a major increase in the median prices of single-family homes and condominiums — the result, in part, of limited supply.

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Fintech-forward, Middle Tennessee community bank Fourth Capital announced this week it added two new vice presidents, Harrison Griffin and Heidi Phillips.

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Thomas Frist Jr. does not seem to have lost faith in the company he co-founded in 1968.

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Delek US Holdings has released its quarterly results, with the $0.58 earning-per-share mark soundly beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of $0.14 per share and sending the company’s stock upwards.

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Countless people have told me over the past year that they are thinking of moving and are excited by how much they could make if they sold their home now. A housing market like the current one is great for sellers, after all, selling your home quickly and for top dollar seems like a win to m…

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National workwear, sports and outdoor clothing retailer Carhartt has opened a store at downtown's Fifth + Broadway.According to a release, this is the parent company's 37th store and its first in Tennessee. Since 1993, the company has had a presence in Camden, Tennessee, focused on sewing op…

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Quorum Health has appointed Stuart McLean its new interim CEO. The Brentwood-based acute care hospital operator’s current CEO, Dan Slipkovich, is leaving the role for retirement, according to a press release. 

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Two area hospital companies saw a significant increase in labor costs, a hit in profits and a drop in stock prices surrounding their first quarter results. Health care workforce recruitment and retention were themes in both HCA Healthcare’s and Community Health Systems’ recent first quarter …

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This month’s list is filled with big sales, and I’m not just talkin’ money. At least three homes on this month’s list clock in at more than 13,000-square-feet, with the biggest sale approaching a whopping 20,000.

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As a $2 billion sale of Franklin-based wellness company Tivity looms, Tommy Lewis is busy.

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Two resolutions calling for HCA to have more transparency in political spending failed to pass during the company’s annual shareholder’s meeting on Thursday — with the company's stock dropping significantly as Friday's trading session drew to a close.

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The prices of homes in Middle Tennessee jumped 40% from 2021 to 2022.   With this drastic rise in home prices, borrowers are having to look at loan options that are outside of the realm of a Conventional fixed rate loan. The Federal National Mortgage Association (also known as Fannie Mae) ra…

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On Tuesday, the White House launched the Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics, a new center under the umbrella of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — likened to a National Weather Service for infectious diseases.

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A study comparing military veterans who deployed to a combat zone after 9/11 and health care workers working during the COVID-19 pandemic found similar levels of potential moral injury (PMI), with 46.1 percent of veterans and 50.7 percent of health care workers reporting PMI.