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Bringing dialysis where it

With the dialysis industry now valued at $15 billion annually, there are three companies headquartered in the Nashville area that specialize in care for the growing number of Americans with renal disease. More

EEOC moves to protect teen workers

Last September, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that it was embarking on an

Watkins enlists businesses for latest art project

The art collection at the Watkins School of Art & Design has been professionally appraised and cataloged for the first time, thanks to faculty, student volunteers and the efforts of two local businesspeople. More

Solomon builds diverse clientele

Working from the Solomon Builders Inc. office on Trousdale Drive in South Nashville, Osman oversees about 90 employees. The company serves as a general contractor/builder, with a focus on the Middle Tennessee market. More

Inflation contributes to volatile markets

Last week was marked by increasing volatility in the stock markets, oil prices increasing more than 10 percent to move back into the mid-$50-per-barrel range, and several companies, notably in the technology sector, reporting better-than-expected first-quarter earnings. More

Ex-Planet Hollywood goes Global

Eleven years after the fact, many Nashvillians still recall their excitement upon learning that a Planet Hollywood was slated for downtown. More

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US Hospitality goes far with travel services

After almost two decades running a small business, Mark Oldham knows that while doing things first can be good, doing things better is, well, better. More

Country food meets country music

Like the rocking chairs on the porch, the fireplace in the dining room, and the antiques on the walls, traditional music has long been a hallmark of the dining experience at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. More

Rosetta Miller-Perry founded Contempora Magazines Inc. 16 years ago. Perhaps the most high-profile of CMI More

Troubled times for equities

Last week, several high-profile technology companies announced disappointing earnings results, while worse-than-expected trade and retail sales numbers caused economists to lower their expectations for economic growth. More

Briefs

Urban League holds job fair More Harrington named in 'Top 25 Women Business Builders' TSU partners with IBM more ...

Executive Appointments

Gaither promoted at CB Richard Ellis More McKissack named interim CEO at Matthew Walker Mailnet Services promotes, adds employees more ...

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Anti-aging turns big profits

Products and procedures aimed at making people look younger are nothing new in the United States, but in the past few years great strides have been made, with medical breakthroughs and specialty cosmetics now making their way to the general public. More

It takes a Village

Welcome to Nashville, Lenox Village. South Davidson County

As a former producer for a major record label, Ian D

Banking on Nashville

Banking is not only big business in the Nashville metropolitan area, it is also big-time philanthropy. More

Making a bundle from trash

If you get trash talk from Ann Johnson, be sure to listen closely because it will probably save you some cold, hard cash. More

Addressing ADD in the workplace

Difficulty concentrating. Weak organizational and time-management skills. Trouble completing tasks. Procrastination. Impulsive behavior. Not exactly the types of characteristics most human resources professionals are looking for in an ideal employee. More