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Amazon hiring several thousand in Tennessee

Chattanooga, Charleston centers to add workers for holidays

Amazon is firing up its hiring for the holidays, with its Chattanooga and Charleston, Tenn., distribution centers slated to land their share of several thousand seasonal jobs the online retailer is creating in the Volunteer State.

A former executive of Chattanooga's biggest bank is moving to America's biggest bank to expand its commercial lending and investment services in East Tennessee.

However you feel about the Parkway Towers building, here's your chance to do something about it.

There will be significantly fewer peanuts pulled from the ground in eastern New Mexico this harvest season because of lingering fallout from the bankruptcy and sale of a peanut-processing plant that was at the heart of a 2012 salmonella outbreak and nationwide recall.

Construction of a new Chickamauga Lock could be revived next year if Congress includes an industry-backed plan to raise the fuel tax on barges as part of the spending measures set to be reviewed next month when legislators return to Washington after the Nov. 4 elections.

A Chattanooga food service packaging plant has unveiled its second expansion in two years, boosting its announced investment to about $33 million as its latest addition creates 40 new jobs.

Recognizing a lack of understanding and a lack of confidence when it comes to 3-D printing, Nashville-based NovaCopy is launching a solution that could help teach consumers, as well as spur sales of its high-tech printers.

If you're a driver, a shipper or an airline, low oil prices sure feel nice. But there are downsides to the recent plunge in oil prices -- for the oil industry and for the economy.

The Chattanooga law firm of Miller & Martin PLLC has formed a crisis management practice to serve the needs of businesses and organizations throughout all of its markets.

The city of Chattanooga may not have seen the light of Don Lepard's pitch, but the Chattanooga businessman still sees a bright future for his Global Green Lighting.

Mitch Patel, president and CEO of Vision Hospitality Group, unveiled to planning commissioners on Monday some details about the five-story, 90-room boutique hotel he's proposed to build near Chattanooga's bustling riverfront.

At last, Sam Issa has something to show for the $70,000 he's spent working, and reworking, and reworking and reworking the site plan for his 51-acre commercial development at the intersection of E. Brainerd Road and Ooltewah-Ringgold Road.

As America's first Gig City, Chattanooga is drawing global attention this week from telecom experts Down Under.

The states with the least energy efficient homes are concentrated in the South:

The question among local liquor store owners is whether new state laws loosening regulations on beer and wine sales will actually help them, or do the opposite.

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