The Chatter Class: Convention center: a hit or a miss?

Nashville stands at the edge of what could be one of its greatest architectural and development achievements or one of its greatest failures with the proposed new downtown convention center. More

Executive Appointments

Pinnacle adds specialty team More Equitable Trust announces new hires Roberts named DVL president Gullett Sanford names Gallagher new member McMakin named operations director Tennessee Works program adds Stack Tractor Supply promotes pair Smith Seckman Reid announces promotions

Meharry researcher helps find hope in reducing pre-term births

The scientific director of the Meharry Center for Women’s Health Research in Nashville and a team of University of Texas researchers have concluded that inhibiting the activity of an enzyme during pregnancy can reduce the incidence of pre-term births in rats. More

DAVE SAYS

Dear Dave, I’ve listened to you for a little while now, but I was wondering about the envelope system you recommend. How does it work, and how much do you suggest saving for emergencies? — Dale More

Middle of nowhere is somewhere now

A decade ago, Atlanta developer Robert Pattillo Properties built a warehouse seemingly in the middle of nowhere in Wilson County. More

Gateway Corridor spells confusion for business owners

The worn brick building on the corner of Fifth Avenue South and Franklin Street in downtown’s SoBro area has been in Fred Allen’s family since his dad built the place in 1958. Between the proposed $635 million downtown Convention Center and the proposal to extend the age-old Gateway Corridor project to Eight Avenue South, odds are Allen is going to become a victim of the city’s gung-ho efforts to redevelop SoBro. More

The Chatter Class: Better schools would make better business

Nashville’s public schools have a lot of problems. Just ask anyone today it seems. Schools in close suburbs are nearly always better. That’s the formula thinking anyhow. More

Giarratana buys SoBro property

Developer Tony Giarratana has bought another SoBro property. More

Marketplace: Bunker not first of Oak Hill’s losses

Before the Bredesen Bunker battle, Oak Hill fought with a real estate developer over a quarter of an acre, a long legal battle that went all the way to the Tennessee Supreme Court. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, My wife and I have gone from not having two pennies to rub together to making about $90,000 in the last few years. More
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