Wholesale mortgage division shuts down permanently

Executive appointments

VUSN’s Taylor takes state post More Moses & Townsend names partner, associate Ozburn-Hessey hires development leader Roycroft promoted at SunTrust Bank Chamber taps Owens for management post InfoWorks names VP of consulting services

8th Avenue South is quietly becoming Nashville’s next hot spot

Most Nashvillians know Music City’s hottest growth pockets — The Gulch, downtown and midtown come to mind rapidly, as do Green Hills and 12South, among others. More

Lender moves to Metrocenter

'Tennessean' employees accept severance packages

Twenty-four employees of The Tennessean accepted “voluntary severance packages” Wednesday, Tennessean publisher Ellen Leifeld confirmed Thursday. More

Plumgood to triple grocery selection

Lawsuits targeting credit card receipt violations

A wave of class action lawsuits against businesses printing more than five digits of consumer credit cards on receipts is starting to affect Nashville businesses. More

Belmont group wants to keep Subway from tunneling into area

A potential franchisee is allegedly attempting to open a Subway restaurant in Nashville’s Belmont neighborhood, near the corner of Portland and Belmont, creating a stir among nearby residents and business owners. More

NAMM convention comes back to Music City after 3-year hiatus

Nashville’s perceived “commitment” to building a new downtown convention center played a part in the recent decision of trade organization NAMM to bring a large convention back to Nashville after three years in other cities, according to a company representative. More

LifeWay Christian sues Franklin chiropractor

A small chiropractic office in Franklin is being sued by LifeWay Christian Resources, of the Southern Baptist Convention, for trademark infringement. More
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