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Volkswagen Chattanooga has $643 Million impact in Tennessee

The study also reported that all jobs paid directly by Volkswagen Chattanooga earn on average at least $50,000 in 2012, which includes bonus, benefits and overtime.
by News Staff


Retirement survival tips for a volatile stock market

More and more Americans – 28 percent in 2013 -- say they’re not at all confident they’ll have a comfortable retirement, according to an annual survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
by News Staff



Vanderbilt gets EV chargers

Vanderbilt University has joined the green car revolution with its inclusion in the electric vehicle charging station initiative. VUMC has been selected to have a limited number of charging stations installed in its parking lots.
by News Staff


One of six new Women’s Business Centers to open in Tennessee

Pathway Lending announces its selection by the U.S. Small Business Administration as one of only six new Women’s Business Centers across the country. Beginning in early 2015, women entrepreneurs in the Nashville and Clarksvil...
by News Staff


Hodgepodge named to national list of Top 50 Retail Stars

The annual list published in May by Home Accents Today honors Hodgepodge as the only retailer representing the state of Tennessee. Retailers were chosen for demonstrating a knack for merchandising, being a vital member of their...
by News Staff



Cumberland Bank & Trust: Banking on History

For over a year, Clarksville residents watched as the former B. O. Keesee residence at 502 Madison Street was restored to its original beauty, a transformation that would recreate ornate trims and moldings, rebuild floors, reco...
by News Staff


Volkswagen Group USA announces new CEO

Volkswagen group of North America announces new CEO. International company acknowledges value and future of the American car market and moves to advance its position as a key player.
by News Staff