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Health care costs give small businesses a financial crunch

Rising health insurance costs are squeezing the budgets of Nashville small businesses and putting them between a rock and a hard place - because to compete against large firms for talent, small firms must offer quality employee health benefits without having the same financial capacity. More

Employees stay in touch despite war

While commanding a squadron in Iraq, Army National Guard Lt. Col. Jeffrey Holmes keeps in constant touch with his large, extended family - approximately 83 employees of Hart Freeland Roberts Inc. in Brentwood. More

Businesses go blogging

Chris Nelson knows he's got it made. More

Where will urban infill boom?

A friend called recently to say she had dreamed of a dramatically reinvented Nashville - one alive with sidewalk cafes, pocket parks, public art, water fountains and sculpture. More

Edmonds: A man you can Trust

Edmonds is the founder and president of TrustCore Financial Inc., a full-service financial planning company Edmonds founded in 1984. More

Adtec products seen everywhere

Adtec Digital is not a household name, but the 20-year-old Nashville company makes products people on all seven continents have, in one way or another, seen or used. More

Stocks stay strong despite attacks

It was an impressive week for stocks despite the attacks in London on Thursday and a mediocre employment report on Friday. More

New media caf

Every day, technology brings people closer together yet farther apart. While e-mail can be sent across the globe, interpersonal communication with your neighbor can seem harder and harder in today

Women reign in burgeoning 12South business district

In the beginning, they were the self-named Divas of 12th Avenue, three women operating separate businesses in what was then a questionable area. More
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