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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

New technology gives you bird's eye view

Imagine yourself eating dinner in a downtown restaurant in the late evening when your cell phone rings. More

A conversation with a leader

Don Leyrer Mailnet Services Inc. an Internet marketing firm, helps businesses deliver direct mail and electronic messages via e-mail and fax through its online marketing campaigns service Mailnet Express. More

Companies, charities win with telecom plan

When Shirley Zeitlin & Co. Realtors saved money by restructuring its telecom services, the Nashville Symphony became $3,300 richer. More

Employers need to look for skills of the future

Employment in the 21st century holds a picture for the American workforce that amplifies the changing face of the last quarter of the 20th century. More

Saint Thomas confirms layoffs coming

Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville is laying off 50 of its 3,400 staff members within the next 60 days. Staff members were informed Monday and Tuesday of the reductions. More

LifePoint Hospitals acquiring Province Healthcare

Posted: Aug. 16, 12:03 p.m. CTLifePoint Hospitals Inc. is acquiring Province Healthcare Co. in a deal valued at $1.7 billion. Both publicly traded companies are located in Brentwood. More

New Fisk President named

Posted: July 13, 11:54 a.m. CDTFormer U.S. Energy Secretary Hazel O

IASIS Healthcare sells for $1.4B to Texas Pacific Group

Posted: May 5, 11:12 a.m. CDTFranklin-based IASIS Healthcare Corp. is being acquired for approximately $1.4 billion by Texas Pacific Group, a private equity firm. More

EMI restructures; cuts 27 jobs

Posted: Feb. 20, 5:37 p.m. CTNearly 30 people have lost their jobs as the result of a major restructuring of EMI Christian Music Group Friday. More

Wyatt Smith development keyed by stint to minors

His statistics don

Developer unveils plans for $55M condo tower

Posted: January 15, 4:07 p.m. CSTNashville-based developer Tony Giarratana unveiled Thursday afternoon plans to construct a roughly $55 million condominium tower called The Viridian. More

Lampe retires from Bridgestone

Posted: January 7, 3:03 p.m. CSTJohn Lampe, the popular Bridgestone Americas Holding Inc. (BSAH) chairman, chief executive and president and the man who led the company through a challenging past three years, announced Wednesday he is retiring. More

Time Warner sells music companies

Posted: November 24, 9:48 a.m. CSTTime Warner Inc. has sold its music companies

First Tennessee gets Sounds naming rights

Posted: November 21, 12:40 p.m. CST First Tennessee Bank has secured the naming rights to the proposed Nashville Sounds stadium with a letter of intent. More

Firm picks out new HQ site

Posted: November 12, 2:29 p.m. CSTLouisiana-Pacific has picked out a location downtown for its corporate headquarters. More

NAMM trade show bolts Nashville for Indy & Austin

Posted: November 3, 11:45 a.m. CSTAfter 11 years in Nashville, the NAMM Summer Session trade show is bolting its Music City home for Indianapolis in 2005 and Austin, Texas, in 2006. More

Ax falls on Curb Records

Posted: October 31, 6:40 p.m. CSTAt least six employees of Curb Records have lost their jobs, the result of restructuring and downsizing that rocked the Nashville offices Thursday and Friday. More

WebMD buys Nashville-based Medifax-EDI for $280M

Posted: October 22, 9:15 a.m. CTNashville-based Medifax-EDI, a privately held company, is being bought for $280 million in cash by WebMD. More