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Swensson to design Mississippi casino More Hermitage gets new Goodwill more ...

Swapthoughts gives a leg up to employees

A cookie in Tina Huggins bakery is hand-folded into shape in four seconds, and bakers are making between 600 and 1,000 a day for the holidays. More

Filling the shoes left behind

Nancy Sanders PetersonCompany: Peterson Tool More

Picking the right mentor can help boost career

Some employees move up the corporate ladder faster than others. Sometimes it seems there is an unseen force helping them. There often is - a mentor! More

Exchange traded funds growing in popularity

If you are not totally happy with your mutual funds or stock portfolio, there is another product on the market that might give you financial performance. More

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Temporary medical staff is big business

At 5:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, Lamar McEntire is awakened by a ringing telephone. He turns over, hears the second ring - wants to go back to sleep - but reaches out and picks it up and utters a groggy "hello". More

How to ask your boss for a raise

Like most employees in today's workforce, you are likely to hold many positions during your career. You will also receive dozens of raises. More

Educate yourself on scholarship programs

Outsourcing labor when it comes to handling a company's scholarship program may provide more benefits than just work off your hands. More

Looking at the unwritten rules of advertising

A teacher and his student sat down to tea. The teacher poured the tea into his student's cup and, even after it was full, continued to pour the tea as it spilled over the cup, filled the saucer, ran onto the table and then to the floor. More

Killing the kudzu

Driving through Tennessee you see it everywhere - kudzu. Along the highways it's all over the ground and low-lying bushes and it hangs down from the trees and telephone wires. How in the world do you get rid of this all-consuming weed? More

The new hospital check-out

Barcodes have been used to price retail goods for decades, but only in the 21st century have they begun to appear on patients' ID wristbands in hospitals. More

A conversation with a leader

SmartDM was founded in 1995 as DataMark, a small direct marketing agency doing non-profit fundraising. More

Profits & Profiles briefs

Rimes to entertain at radio seminar More Paul Lohr opens new artist agency more ...

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Executive Appointments

Atkinson hires two More Easter Seals hires new regional director Meagher achieves ABR status more ...

Does Nashville need a new convention center?

U.S. cities are in a great race for space, chasing the lucrative tourist dollars spent by the nation's conventioneers. More

The image of words

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New convention center by the numbers

Whether to build a new convention center, expand the Commerce Street facility downtown or do nothing is a multi-million-dollar question facing Nashville. More

Sports-themed barbershop hits home run

Men who long for the old days of a no-frills haircut at a neighborhood barbershop are finding a new home at Sport Clips in Nashville. More