Chattanoogan Karen Gilbert travels by air several times a month and likes flying from Lovell Field to Chicago's O'Hare Airport to connect to points west.
FSG Bank has added Darren Strickland as an assistant vice president and mortgage loan officer.
Drone technology drew a lot of buzz this week when Amazon chief Jeff Bezos said his online retail company is looking at using it to make deliveries in the future.
Designers of a proposed $100 million apartment and commercial project in Hixson offered what they call a villagelike development to area residents Thursday, but some still worried about its impact on neighborhoods and traffic.
Volkswagen sales in the U.S. slid in November as the company bumps up against strong gains from last year, but the automaker's Chattanooga-made Passat drew extra attention due to a TV ad from a competitor.
Volkswagen sales in the U.S. fell 16.2 percent last month compared to a year ago, but VW officials said it was the second best November for the German automaker since 1973.
Bobby Wright expects to work about 60 hours this week at Chattanooga's Amazon distribution center as the company shifts into top gear to meet a holiday shopping crush that's setting new records for the site and online sales overall.
The owner of Warehouse Row plans to push its investment into the office and retail center past the $30 million mark next year, making the refurbishing one of the largest ever of a downtown Chattanooga site.
Chattanooga’s Amazon distribution center was expected to log its busiest day ever today.
Ohio-based Speedway, the nation's fourth-largest operator of company-owned convenience and gasoline stores with nearly 1,500 sites, is driving south into the Chattanooga area as it competes head to head against other industry giants.
Volkswagen is making a $17.7 million expansion to the Chattanooga plant’s assembly shop parts warehouse.
Forget Black Thursday and Black Friday — Ober Gatlinburg is hoping for White Friday.
Jim Berry was one of Chattanooga's entrepreneurial success stories, former Mayor Ron Littlefield said Tuesday.
One of the first companies to locate at Chattanooga’s Centre South Riverport is closing part of its operations and laying off about 30 people, an official said Monday.
NA Industries, which has a chemical plant in Chattanooga, is closing part of its operations in the city and laying off about 30 employees.
German investment in the Chattanooga area — already in the billions of dollars — stands ready to ramp up in the future, especially if Volkswagen lands new production, officials said Friday.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker said Friday he's not opposed to the idea of a works council at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant, but he called the United Auto Workers "a destructive force."
A pair of companies investing and adding new jobs in Chattanooga drew property tax breaks Friday, but questions were raised about the need for the inducements and the transparency of negotiations over them.
A pair of companies investing and adding new jobs in Chattanooga drew property tax breaks today, but questions were raised about the need and the transparency of negotiations over such inducements.
The Volkswagen Group will invest $113 billion through 2018 in its drive to become the world’s biggest automaker, the company said today.
The latest plan to build one of the biggest developments ever in Chattanooga is slated to be rolled out next month, and officials give it a better chance for city approval than controversial past proposals.
A Chattanooga developer whose proposed $100 million project in Hixson was voted down by the City Council earlier this year plans to roll out his new proposal for the Highway 153 site next month.
A new environmentally friendly system of handling rainwater runoff on development projects will put Chattanooga in the forefront nationally if the standards are approved early next year, an official said Wednesday.
With 44 years in the funeral business, Chattanoogan Russell Friberg says he knows how fast change can take place.
Carriage Services Inc., the nation’s fourth largest funeral business, has purchased the longstanding Heritage Funeral Homes and Cremation Services in Chattanooga and Northwest Georgia, an official said today.
Chattanooga will be the new home of an office of the German-American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern United States, officials said today.
Invista is making one of the biggest investments ever at its 65-year-old Chattanooga plant as the company looks to position the factory to penetrate the growing automotive parts market.
Dale Buchanan and Associates has expanded its Social Security disability law practice with the hiring of three new associates.
A top Volkswagen labor official said Thursday that a pending decision about union representation for workers at the automaker's lone U.S. plant will have no bearing on whether the company will decide to add the production of another SUV vehicle there or make it in Mexico.
Gov. Bill Haslam had a "frank and open conversation" Thursday with a top German labor official who has voiced support for a works council labor board at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant, a Haslam spokesman says.
A top German labor leader who has expressed support for a works council labor board at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga plant met today with some employees and managers at the factory.
Charles Monroe says that if a designer can draw it, the tufting machines his Chattanooga company makes can reproduce it in carpet.
A group of Chattanooga female investors are starting up a new angel fund aimed at putting money into women-led companies in the city and the Southeast.
Card-Monroe Corp., was named today as the winer of the 2013 Spirit of Innovation award.
The Volkswagen brand’s sales rose 3.4 percent in the first 10 months of the year to 4.88 million with strong growth in China, the company reported today.
With scores of new jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in investment at stake, Chattanoogans are anxiously waiting a green light from Volkswagen by year's end on whether the city will land assembly of a sport utility vehicle.
Education efforts in the 16-county Chattanooga region are in crisis and threatening to derail economic gains, says a preliminary report from a group crafting a 40-year growth plan for the area.
Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough has promoted Kevin S. Rose to member in the firm.
Hamilton County's small business incubator is sitting on 499.
Some people peel them and lick off the filling first. Others freeze them and then eat the snack cakes.
Higher occupancy and double-digit leasing spreads helped lift third-quarter earnings at Chattanooga-based shopping center developer CBL & Associates Properties Inc.
After seeing a steady stream of shoppers making the drive from Bradley County to the Publix store in Ooltewah, the supermarket chain’s officials saw a need in the marketplace and decided to meet it.
Convergys Corp. is adding to its Chattanooga workforce again, offering 100 seasonal jobs for a client in the health care industry.
Volkswagen's Chattanooga-made Passat hit a low point in U.S. sales for the year in October -- a month in which all of the German automaker's models but one posted a drop compared with a year ago.
Volkswagen Group of America reported today that sales skidded in October as the federal government shutdown curbed consumer confidence and some of the automaker's discontinued models run out.
With a price tag at least six times the cost of Chattanooga's Volkswagen plant, the planned $6.5 billion Uranium Processing Facility in nearby Oak Ridge is "the project of a lifetime" and a catalyst for growing area companies, an official said Thursday.
Strong business travel fueled higher passenger boardings at Chattanooga Airport in September over a year ago, and officials continue to look at a possible parking garage to meet demand.
About a generation ago, newscaster Walter Cronkite labeled Chattanooga "the dirtiest city in America" because of its staggering air pollution.
Chattanooga is one of the first cities in the Tennessee Valley to receive a top environmental rating that officials say can help woo more jobs to Hamilton County.
Chattanooga Airport's new concessionaire is redoing an existing restaurant in the passenger terminal and building an eatery in the boarding area in place of part of the airport's business center.