Jamie McGee Nashville Tennessean Published 10:13 AM EDT Mar 31, 2019 As a business reporter in Nashville, part of my job has been to cover local entrepreneurship. One of my favorite parts of reporting on new companies is learning how founders got their idea for
Jamie McGee Nashville Tennessean Published 11:06 AM EST Mar 6, 2019 Asurion, a global tech care company headquartered in Nashville, and Highwoods Properties plan to break ground on their new office project in the Gulch on Thursday. The Asurion building will become the company’s consolidated
Jamie McGee Nashville Tennessean Published 5:01 PM EST Mar 4, 2019 Amazon officials, unfazed by the company’s reversal in New York, reaffirmed the company’s commitment to Nashville and defended the financial incentives it has sought from the city and state. Nashvillians should not be concerned that
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