A weekly summary of the most recent property transfers in Williamson County.
To help with the growing demand for dermatology services in Williamson County, the owners of Harpeth Valley Dermatology are expanding their operations and opening a new practice in Thompson’s Station in September.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims that Lexus of Cool Springs unfairly treated female employees.
The directors of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store have rebuffed the latest attempt by activist investor Sardar Biglari to gain a foothold on the restaurant and retail company’s board.
First Horizon Bank has tapped Cara Rhodes to be the company’s vice president of client services for Middle Tennessee.
Williamson Inc. is planning to host an event offering an update on schools and county government during the coronavirus pandemic. This would be the chamber’s first, large-scale signature event since coronavirus led to lockdowns across the state.
Two senior Dollar General executives this week took some profits from the nearly 30 percent year-to-date rally in the retail giant’s shares.
Tractor Supply officials have joined the American Connection Project Broadband Coalition that extends high-speed internet infrastructure to rural areas and have, via the Tractor Supply Company Foundation, committed to donate $1 for every download of its mobile app before Dec. 31 up to $1 million.
The finance team at Brookdale Senior Living this week put the bow on the latest in a series of refinancing transactions. Notable about this $221 million deal: It clears the decks of debt maturities for the Brentwood-based company both this year and next.
The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee has received a number of accolades this year spotlighting the organization and its physicians as top orthopaedic providers in the Middle Tennessee area.
A Cool Springs company that helps people get out of timeshare contracts has launched an insurance agency that will market final expense and life coverage.
The new owners of hundreds of Logan’s Roadhouse, Old Chicago and Rock Bottom restaurants have recruited the former COO of TGI Fridays and an ex-president of Joe’s Crab Shack to be CEO of the company formerly known as CraftWorks.
The Franklin-based convenience store chain MAPCO plans to sell face masks to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.
Dollar General CEO Todd Vasos this week took some of his chips off the table, booking a profit of nearly $25 million by exercising almost 200,000 stock options and then selling that number of the retail giant’s shares, which have risen nearly 50 percent since the March market low.
A serial entrepreneur from Williamson County has started a new collaborative to provide cleaning supplies and protective equipment to businesses opening their doors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this week, a team of Mitsubishi employees worked with the Community Resource Center in Nashville to deliver protective equipment to teachers in the Metro Nashville Public School system.
The large Tivity Health investor who a year ago negotiated a seat on the board of the Franklin fitness and nutrition company has resigned his seat, saying he is satisfied with the progress made in recent months.
Franklin's Logo Brands, Inc. will now produce the University of Florida's gear after entering an exclusive agreement with the University of Florida.
COVID-19’s upheaval of much of brick-and-mortar retail looks set to provide the most valuable company in Middle Tennessee with more chances to grow its footprint across the country.