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Oscar Brock recalls working a summer job at his family’s Chattanooga candy company when he was in college, a business founded by his great-grandfather in 1906.

U.S. Sen. Bob Corker may not agree with Obamanomics, but under President Obama last year the Chattanooga Republican enjoyed a $1.3 million gain in his minimum net worth, according to his annual Senate financial disclosure forms.

BERLIN — Workers at four of Amazon.com's German distribution centers have started a two-day strike in a long-running dispute over wages.

Doug Pendergast set out in 2012 to revive the 80-year-old Krystal brand by adding 150 small restaurants, improving quality and introducing new menu items.

TVA General Counsel Ralph Rodgers will retire from the federal utility at the end of the year.

Chances are, you've seen the work of Mashburn Outdoors. The Atlanta-based signage firm works with some of the biggest names in American enterprise: Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Samsung, Heineken and Exxon Mobil among others.

Nationwide, the jobless rate declined in August by one-tenth of a percent to 6.1 percent.

Jersey Mike's Subs will open at 5510 Highway 153 in Hixson on Wednesday. Franchise owners Ryan Hendrix and Andrew Brooks opened their first Jersey Mike's in June at 2260 Gunbarrel Road in East Brainerd.

Hallo, from a mountain nook tucked away in northeast Georgia that's just about as close to Old Europe as you'll find this side of the Atlantic.

EPB is looking for help to keep track of its streetlights.

• East Brainerd Council meeting Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Car Barn, 6721 Heritage Business. Chris LeCroy of green|spaces will speak. Meetings cost $10.

A holiday shopping rush of sorts hit area phone and eletronics stores Friday as scores of Apple devotees got up early to buy the first of the new supersized iPhones.

Georgia football may have slid in the rankings, but the state is the No. 1 place to do business in America, according to an economic development magazine.

After years of court battles, Luken Communications has settled with Arkansas bankruptcy trustee M. Randy Rice for $2 million, well short of the record-breaking $65.9 million penalty Rice had sought.

The new 691-bed student housing project off M.L. King Boulevard could mark the beginning of a battle for the soul of the street, as forces vie to bring entertainment, retail, housing and cultural developments to the promising corridor, said City Councilman Moses Freeman.

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