It's tax refund time, which means people dressed like the Statue of Liberty stand alongside busy streets twirling signs to draw customers into tax preparation businesses that offer instant refunds for a fee.
People can position themselves and their families to get out of poverty if they use their income tax return wisely, said Sharon Kelly, owner of Sharon’s Senior Services.
Developers will pursue an 18-acre mixed-use development on Riverside Drive, filling the husk of a 300,000-square-foot metalworking plant that dates back to 1947, officials said Friday.
A Chattanooga therapy company shut down unexpectedly Thursday, leaving a sign on the door to notify customers and sending staff members scrambling to find new jobs.
In its biggest carpet acquisition in more than a decade, the Dixie Group, Inc. announced Friday it will buy Atlas Carpet Mills, a high-end manufacturer and marketer of commercial floorcovering products in Los Angeles.
A Chattanooga-based nonprofit is working to build a national network to offer discounted services such as payroll or credit card processing to small businesses and charities across the country.
The death of former foundry king Gordon Street Jr., 75, on Thursday morning severed one of Chattanooga's last links to its past as the Dynamo of Dixie.
Volkwagen illegally colluded with the United Auto Workers last year to give the union access to VW names and facilities in exchange for the union agreeing to hold down costs if the union won representation, according to a new lawsuit by VW workers opposed to the union.
CBL & Associates Properties paid $2.5 million to developer Larry Armour for the 17 acres in Fort Oglethorpe where CBL plans to build the Parkway Plaza shopping center that will house a Hobby Lobby, Marshalls, Ross Dress for Less and a Rack Room Shoes.
Unemployment in the Chattanooga area remained lowest at the start of 2014 in the bedroom communities of North Georgia, according to government figures released Thursday.
Marshall's, Hobby Lobby, Petco, Ross Dress for Less and a Rack Room Shoes are the retailers that will open in the spring of 2015 on Battlefield Parkway next to the Fort Oglethorpe Walmart.
Four weeks after Volkswagen's hourly employees narrowly voted against representation by the United Auto Workers, supporters and opponents of the Detroit-based union are still battling over whether the UAW should be recognized at the VW plant in Chattanooga.
The Chattanooga branch of Peoples Home Equity, a local mortgage company with branches in Fort Oglethorpe and Atlanta, has opened a new office in Dalton, Ga.
Chattanooga investment group Blank Slate Ventures has made its largest-ever investment in an early-stage company.
The United Auto Workers will appeal a decision to allow business groups backing local Volkswagen workers to intervene in the union's bid for a new election at the VW plant in Chattanooga.