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Krones brings homeopathy to Nashville

Carole Krones suffered with asthma for years. At 40, she saw a homeopathist in an attempt to cure her chronic symptoms. More

Anode creates the signs of our time

Mark Magnuson has always made sure his communications company, Anode, knows its way around the newest technologies. More

Emery is hot on Cool Springs

A veteran of the local commercial real estate community, Patrick G. Emery helps oversee 13 employees working from Crescent Resources' Brentwood office. The company, based in Charlotte and with a nine-year presence in the Nashville market, was formed in 1969 by Duke Energy. More

Executive Appointments

First Tennessee adds Wilson Ahlheit promoted at Shopping Center Group Lankford joins Cumberland Bank More more ...

VU takes tech to marketplace

The development and transfer of new technologies and intellectual property to full-blown commercial success is an important goal of Vanderbilt University. More

Metro gets an A for saving Cavert

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echomusic connects artists and fans

Thanks to an innovative Nashville company, die-hard fans of Dierks Bentley are never more than a mouse click away from getting the inside scoop on their favorite country recording artist. More

Hawks keeps track on track

Previously executive director of the Nashville Sports Authority, Cliff Hawks main task with that entity was to oversee the selling of all Coliseum personal seat licenses. Now, the 36-year-old businessman runs the Nashville Superspeedway, a 1.33-mile concrete tri-oval located in Wilson County that opened in 2001. More
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