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Cocke teaches little ones to swim
Podcasting for love and money
One morning in June, Candace Corrigan awoke to a surprise.
Nashville rocks. Or so says
Nashvillian turns Fair Trader
After traveling to developing countries to meet with coffee and tea growers, Rotary scholar Sarah Scarborough recently returned home to Nashville to share her new mission with family and friends: marketing fair trade products.
Parel enjoys the music of Music City
Everyone knows that Nashville is Music City. But classical music? Enter Gil Perel, contrabassoonist for the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.
Regions banking on urban infill success
When First Tennessee opened a financial center on East Nashville
Tennessee Rep moves in with WNPT
Two of Nashville
Tennessee maternity leave law expanded
During this year
Young Leaders learn nonprofit ways
A springboard into the social and business fabric of the region, a unique program in Middle Tennessee prepares young business and community leaders to be board members of local nonprofit groups.
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Perry runs BBBS like a business
Working from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee offices in the Nashville House complex in MetroCenter, Lowell Perry oversees a staff of 19 full-time and six part-time employees.
Nashville Children's Theatre hires Baber Fifth Third Bank adds Brady Sibler joins Ward Financial Advisory more ...
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West End sees period of turnover
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Shirley joins Ardent Health Services
Mailnet Services hires Mancini as VP more ...
Bennett thoroughly knows his autos
Martin Bennett, owner/president, Thoroughbred Motorcars Inc., was born and raised in Great Britain, and bought Thoroughbred Motorcars Inc. in 1985.
Long view puts markets in perspective
Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 10,651.18, the S&P 500 Index at 1,233.68 and the Nasdaq Composite at 2,179.74.
Chapter one: starting a book business
Gene and Cassie McCabe have started a business for booklovers that is part dot.com, part garage sale and part buyers' club.
From push to pull: The empowered consumer
Just how much have you embraced today's consumer-centric world?
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