Executive Appointments

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Airline industry in a nosedive

Amid higher oil prices and continuing industry pricing pressures, airline equities remain a difficult place for investors to make money, concludes Standard & Poor's in its semi-annual survey on airlines, published last week. More

Lower oil prices give markets boost

U.S. equity markets experienced their best week in six months following a significant decline in oil prices (which are now around $47 per barrel, representing a 20 percent drop from their highs in April) and a Consumer Price Index (CPI) report that showed consumer inflation did not rise in April (the first month since the fall of 2003 in which inflation was zero). More

eLearning shortens the curve

Modern technology can make life easier and quicker. But can it really help make a difference in presentations and large-scale decision-making? A Nashville-headquartered enterprise says it can and offers examples of real-life projects to back it up. More

Scootering downtown

In another life, this writer would tool about Nashville on a sleek 1950s-era turquoise Vespa motor scooter, an attractive lass in tow. More

Three-quarters of U.S. adults now online

The number of adults who are online at home, in the office, at school, library or other locations continues to grow albeit at a somewhat slower rate. More

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Creating a library for every child

Tennessee may rank low among states on academic achievement, but that should change in the near future as it leads the pack in introducing young children to the joys of reading. More

Making bucks from blogs

One of the burning questions during BlogNashville, a recent gathering of some 300 bloggers at Belmont University was: Can or should blogs make money? The only clear reply was that the early settlers in the blogosphere have yet to come to a consensus. More

Lightning strikes Marathon Village

For Barry Walker, the past 18 years as a property owner in downtown Nashville have been equal parts marathon and sprint. More
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