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Americans inherited the English common law doctrine that "a man's house is his castle."

Christopher Beasley is a self-described nerd whose passions live in both the ancient world of Medieval fantasy and the real-time world of Internet commerce.

The small house movement has been getting bigger — not the houses, the movement itself.

A five-story, 90-room upscale boutique hotel is planned for downtown Chattanooga near the Walnut Street Bridge, and the proposal is drawing more support than a similar project two years ago.

Yes, Chattanooga's zippy Internet sped it onto a new worldwide smart-and-hip list.

• Member orientation Tuesday from 8 to 9:30 a.m. in the Chamber board room, 811 Broad St. Learn more about how the Chamber can benefit you and your business. Free for members and non-members. Light breakfast provided.

Orbitz says it reached an agreement that will allow it to continue selling American Airlines and US Airways tickets on its sites. The Chicago company added that tickets previously bought on its sites are still valid.

When Joyce Coltrin looks outside the front door of her wholesale plant business, her gaze stops at a spot less than a half mile away.

Nearly 35 million Americans are projected to journey more than 50 miles or more from home during the Labor Day holiday weekend, the highest volume for the last major summertime holiday since 2008.

A building that held the first Ford Motor Co. dealership in Cleveland, Tenn., and one of the earliest such businesses in the state, has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.

President Barack Obama on Thursday nominated two more Tennessee Democrats to the board of the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Federal-Mogul will invest $6.2 million to expand its current distribution facility in Smyrna, Tenn., and add 135 jobs in Rutherford County.

A Chattanooga-based transportation, warehousing and logistics business has won Volkswagen contracts to move and sequence parts for the automaker, nearly doubling the local company's workforce.

Name: PM Pediatrics Owners: Rick Stern, Rich Faulkner and Eric and Jason Dunkel, founders of PM Pediatrics Location: 7320 Shallowford Road, Chattanooga Service: After-hours and weekend urgent care clinic for pediatric patients (birth to 18 years).

  • Aug. 28th, 2014  |

Look for growth to be solid for Georgia in the coming year, but mixed consumer spending patterns are flummoxing retailers, car dealers, economists and policymakers who make plans and projections based on their behavior.

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