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Life is three-dimensional — and if start-up firms that dominated GigTank's Demo Day have their way, the future of fashion, manufacturing and medicine will be, too.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — David Snyder stood with family and friends Tuesday morning in front of RevTel’s new Cleveland branch.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Cleveland Utilities could add telecommunications to its utility services if a feasibility study shows the financial viability of delivering Internet, telephone and television to Bradley County homes and businesses.

When Keith Cartright became Sequatchie County mayor two years ago, the first thing he did after being sworn into office was to call Erlanger Health System to urge the hospital to restore emergency medical service to Dunlap, Tenn.

Shopping center developer CBL & Associates Properties Inc. on Tuesday posted flat funds from operations in the second quarter over a year ago, though net income jumped on higher revenue, occupancy and same-store sales.

Chattanooga-based Derryberry Public Relations, a full-service public and government relations firm, is opening a Nashville office.

Hundreds of fast fingers flew across strips of navy blue fabric, navigating the seams and stitches as Singer sewing machines pounded tirelessly through reams of cloth.

David Mitchell and Mark Oldham couldn’t find tables that looked quite right for TerraMae Appalachian Bistro, their upscale restaurant at Stone Fort Inn. So, last September, Mitchell got creative and designed a table himself.

As the Environmental Protection Agency prepares to conduct hearings today on controversial new carbon limits for power plants, Chattanooga business leaders Monday voiced support for such pollution controls and energy limits.

Jim Olson first visited Chattanooga in 1993 to ride on the historic steam locomotive at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRRM).

The Dixie Group Inc. lost $605,000, or 4 cents per share, from continuing operations in the second quarter.

The fight for penny pinchers is intensifying.

Enterprise South could see 2,000 more supplier jobs, officials say

20 more suppliers could build inside Chattanooga's industrial park

Some 300 acres that Volkswagen is freeing up at Enterprise South industrial park in Chattanooga for potential suppliers ultimately could add another 20 companies and 2,000 jobs, economic developers say.

The purse Peter Moore offered up looked normal: square, with a front flap and an eye-catching shoulder strap.

A pair of South Korean auto suppliers are making big bets with new investments creating more than 1,000 jobs in East Tennessee and Northwest Georgia.

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