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Wanted: Belmont-area moniker

Bongo Java, International Market, Reverb, Boulevard, Feedback, Tabouli

Ginther puts mom-and-pop philosophy to work

When people think of a "mom and pop store," the used car business doesn't usually come to mind. But John Ginther, part owner of Global Motorsports Inc., has taken the mom-and-pop philosophy and applied it to selling used and new cars. More

Big news in the fixed income market

In the face of some talk about economic and earnings slowdowns, it seems that the equity markets finally got tired of going up, and ended last week slightly down. More

Executive Appointments

Bone joins Prudential Woodmont Realty More Hart Freeland Roberts hires Hamilton more ...

Builders go green

There are going to be a lot more green buildings in the future. More

Students establish free clinic

For some Nashvillians who don't have health insurance and are facing the ever-increasing cost of health care, help may be on the way. More

Correcting workplace carelessness

To err is human, but carelessness can be contagious, and employee mistakes - from assembly errors to shipping snafus to paperwork pileups - can have a real impact on your bottom line. This week's Q&A offers some practical advice on how to get your employees to wake up and shape up without getting yourself in a legal bind. More

Yo quiero 'Lingo Guide'

As a construction contractor in the Nashville area, E.G. "Ed" White has come to rely on his hands not just for wielding the saw, hammer and drill, but also for conversation. More

Business Briefs

Carter and Lankford launch CPA firm More Helzberg Diamonds opens at CoolSprings

Bearden redefines customer service

John BeardenPresident and CEO, GMAC Home Services Inc. More

Legal Listings

Real Estate New Businesses New Corporations Marriages More

Executive Appointments

Churchwell named VCH chief of staff More Iasis Healthcare appoints Moake vice president more ...

Super sports docs

Every major sporting and concert event has them and so do a lot of smaller social events. You won't see them unless you pay close attention. You won't really care that they are present unless you need them. And you won't observe them in action unless an emergency occurs. More

Transforming East Park

The concepts of race and socio-economics and how they intersect with architectural design and function are about to converge on Nashville's east side. More

HR excellence earns awards

Imagine an employer caring so much about your job satisfaction that it has a Gallup Poll commissioned to measure your opinions and concerns. Unlikely, you say? Not at Nashville-based Renal Care Group, which annually commissions the Gallup Organization to interview its employees and determine the effectiveness of its HR programs. More

Magazine madness: Print it, and they will read

When marketers discuss reaching specialized audiences, talk usually focuses on cable television, the once proverbial and now real "500-channel universe." However, they may be missing the boat on an old technology. More

Hummingbird pioneers 3-D sound for TV ads

Inside the offices of Hummingbird Productions in Green Hills, audio technicians are hard at work making sounds leap from stereo speakers into the room. More

Bartholomew readies for company growth

A founder and chairman of Nashville-based Stokes Bartholomew Evans & Petree P.A., Bartholomew has extensive experience in several of the law firm's practice areas, including those involving corporations, government relations, economic development, health care and aviation. More

Selling North Nashville

When the reinvention of North Nashville began about eight years ago, many locals expressed skepticism. They raised their collective eyebrows as Germantown Partners LLC, Lawrence Brothers LLC and The Home Co., among others, undertook new residential construction in the long-depressed north side enclaves of Hope Gardens, Germantown and Salemtown. More

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