Friday marked the end of the two-week period within which U.S. Sen. Bob Corker promised Volkswagen would announce another line at its factory in Chattanooga if workers there rejected representation by the United Auto Workers union.
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Jacobo Salazar Jr.'s birthday gift just keeps on giving.
When the weather warms up, so, too, will the U.S. economy.
Erlanger Health System has entered into an agreement with MDP Management, a locally-owned physician management firm, to manage and oversee hospitalist physicians who provide care to Erlanger patients.
As a fifth generation insurance broker, selling insurance is in Bobby Huffaker's DNA.
Southerners enjoy cheaper power rates and milder climates than most of the country, but they still spend a bigger share of their income for electricity, according to a study released Thursday.
The corner spot in Miller Plaza that has been vacant since Bleacher Bums moved last year to a new location (and changed its name to J's Deli) is getting a new tenant.
What happens when you take 20 designers, coders, entrepreneurs and marketing folks, stick them on a bus, send them on a three-day trip from Nashville to San Antonio and tell them to start businesses along the way?
A supplier of car sunroofs will expand production in Cherokee County, Ga., and add 100 jobs.
Mexican restaurant Taqueria Jalisco announced today it will open a second location this spring with a lunch-oriented restuarant in Miller Plaza on the east corner bordering Cherry Street.
Every Friday night at 11 p.m., Carter Garrett's inbox fills up with trash talk. From his co-workers. About sales.
Executives worried about data security are driving a spike in demand for skilled number crunchers who are well-versed in technology, according to a Chattanooga-based firm.
The newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau took its first public action against the for-profit education industry with a lawsuit against ITT Educational Services for what investigators called "predatory lending."
With his school uniform flying untucked, 6-year-old Dallas Jowers sprinted across a big black trampoline that curved gently up a wall.