Every year, people across the world recognize Global Entrepreneurship Week, a week-long celebration of entrepreneurship started by the Kauffman Foundation. We have a lot to celebrate this year, as it has been a great year for Chattanooga entrepreneurs.
Thanksgiving week is a time to remember our blessings and reflect on the past year.
Soul singer Edwin Starr sang those words in his 1970 No. 1 hit, "War".
AAA predicts that 43 million Americans will take to the roads with their families to visit relatives during Thanksgiving weekend. It also predicts that upwards of 8 million of them will still be talking to each other by the time they reach their aunt's house.
Earlier this week, some guys from a local radio station named me their 2013 Turkey of the Year, all because of a column I'd written about my relationship with a former gang member in town. Apparently, they thought it fowl.
I'm going to give you a word, and when you read it I want you to let it turn into an image in your mind. Once you read it, stop reading for a few moments. Pause. Close your eyes if you have to.
Three recent news stories — an article in Forbes about Chattanooga's attractiveness as a vacation destination, a CNBC story about Chattanooga's renaissance and the announcement of a new Chattanooga-based angel fund for women-owned businesses — reminded me why our company is based in Chattanooga.
Want to feel hog-heaven-good about things? Need a wholesome Tuesday before the chaos of Black Friday? How's a little giblet for your gravy? Then I give you these three little words:
Last year, a California shoemaker agreed to a $40 million settlement after charges were brought by the Federal Trade Commission based on "unfounded claims" resulting in "deceived consumers."
On Nov. 5, the Times Free Press published a front-page story about the arrests of 32 men charged with gun and drug crimes after a four-year local and federal investigation. Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd called the suspects the "worst of the worst" in Chattanooga's criminals.
What if there was a way to do things differently so that the problems we face could be fixed for generations to come?
These are exciting and challenging times for higher education.
Brigadier General Montgomery Meigs tagged the Battle of Lookout Mountain with one of the most famous nicknames in American military history — "The Battle Above the Clouds."
On Sept. 17, 1787, 39 men signed the United States Constitution and forever changed the course of history.
In the spring of 2012, Kacie Thach went to see "The Hunger Games" movie on the big screen. It changed her life, like something being shot straight into her heart.
"Yes I have smoked crack cocaine. ... It was probably when I was in one of my drunken stupors ..." — a bold admission from Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford, the most straightforward politician in the business of politics today.