Duck Donuts will open its third Tennessee location in Brentwood this Saturday with plenty of sweet specials.
One of Middle Tennessee’s newest publicly traded companies has tapped the former principal deputy administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to join its board of directors and serve as a member of its audit committee.
CapWealth, a best-in-state firm per Forbes, just added Ryan Burns as its newest financial advisor.
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Tech giant Oracle is planning to bring 8,500 jobs with an average salary north of $100,000 to the River North development, according to multiple local media reports Wednesday.
Tivity Health has added a chief information officer and chief experience and innovation officer to its leadership team to help steer the health and wellness company’s digital transformation.
Mars Petcare’s presence in Tennessee sparked its parent company, Mars Inc., to emphasize its stance against anti-transgender legislation by contributing to the Nashville LGBT Chamber’s open letter to the state of Tennessee.
With support from Newsom Station residents, the Metro Planning Commission eliminated a Bellevue development project contracted to Olde Mill Partners of Franklin for its lack of progress, which neighbors say turned out to be the best possible outcome.
Nashville-based health care technology company emids has boosted its user experience and design capabilities with an acquisition of India-based Quovantis Technologies.
Franklin-based Mars Petcare announced Wednesday Jessica Hauff will become the company's first-ever general manager of e-commerce and Travis Reaves will join as vice president of strategy and growth transformation.
Richard Herrington is still scouting all of Tennessee for potential deals for his year-old Lineage Financial Network. But the veteran banker also is moving to set up shop very close to home.
The name of the game with this month’s set of Headline Homes is acreage. Many of the properties on the list come with a lot of land — 12, 22, 39, even 43 acres. In one case, the sale includes a whole second house.
First Community Mortgage has hired mortgage veteran Billy Harter as a vice president in the company's Cool Springs office. Harter’s focus is on borrowers located in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Thompson's Station, Spring Hill, Columbia, Murfreesboro and Mt Juliet.
In Franklin, Chase has begun construction work at the former site of a Back Yard Burgers restaurant at the intersection of South Royal Oaks Boulevard and Center Point Place, a block south of Highway 96.
Nashville-area employers added 3,500 people to their payrolls in February, growth that likely was hamstrung by the winter storm that froze a lot of economic activity in the middle of the month.
The parent company of the Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. burger brands is looking for a new chief information officer after its top tech executive decamped for a full-service peer.
Franklin resident Dan MacDonald has been promoted to vice president of marketing and communications for the Franklin-based health care company American Health Partners.
Superfood ingredient blue majik has landed on I Love Juice Bar’s menu for a limited time only, according to a press release.
A Christian media holding company is moving its headquarters and hundreds of jobs to Middle Tennessee from California and will build a new home office here.
The Black Business Coalition of Williamson County will host its inaugural event, a virtual mixer via Zoom, on Tuesday, April 20.
Middle Tennessee’s technology companies are showing renewed signs of growth and workplace flexibility as the pandemic subsides, according to a survey conducted by the Greater Nashville Technology Council.