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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced Friday Ultium Cells LLC, a joint venture of LG Energy Solution and General Motors, will invest more than $2.3 billion to build its second battery cell manufacturing plant in the Unit…
Centerplate, a Sodexo company and the leading hospitality partner to North America's premier live entertainment venues, has been awarded the long-term contract to provide hospitality and food service at the newly named FirstBank Amphitheater and will be responsible for the management of food…
American Health Partners, headquartered in Franklin, has entered into a new ownership agreement to become a subsidiary of the Mitchell Family Office (MFO), a Michigan-based firm with significant investments in the health care sector.
You might contribute to your IRA for decades to help pay for your retirement. But if you don’t need all the money, you may want to leave what’s left to your children or grandchildren.
As part of its growing Entrepreneurship Leadership (EL) program, Battle Ground Academy is hosting an Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital symposium on Wednesday, April 14, from 6 to 7 p.m.
TriStar Bin Cleaning hosted a ribbon cutting with Williamson, Inc. Monday in honor of recently launching its mobile truck that cleans and sanitizes residential or commercial trash bins.
First Watch, the popular daytime café serving breakfast, brunch and lunch daily from 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at more than 400 locations nationwide, will open a new restaurant in Spring Hill on Monday, making it the 11th restaurant for the company in the Nashville area.
Nash Family Creamery opened in September in Chapel Hill, priding itself on making the best ice cream and food for customers in Middle Tennessee with a family tradition that goes back more than 90 years.
American Health Partners, headquartered in Franklin, has promoted Dan MacDonald to vice president of marketing and communications.
Do your CPA and your financial adviser have a good working relationship? More often than not, they are going to be in agreement on many things that impact your financial situation. But this is the time of year when I get questions from CPAs about why someone sold something for a profit, and …
While this weekend’s storms didn’t bring quite as much rain as the 2010 flood, some businesses are experiencing the worst kind of déjà vu.
Brian and Jennifer Telford took over Huntington Learning Center in Brentwood a year ago, and they held an anniversary celebration with a ribbon cutting alongside Williamson, Inc. on Friday.
Franklin Nutrition Stop hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday in honor of its recent opening at Independence square off of Hillsboro Road.
It seems everyone is on the edge of their seats these days, waiting for the all-clear to return to some kind of normal, but the business world may not go fully back to the way things were once COVID-19 begins to fall away.