AT&T, the Songwriters Guild and other interests brought their roadshow to Nashville this morning, to highlight industry and consumer interests
Entrepreneurship program aims for smooth transition, as the man who connected Owen to the 'startup world' returns to the tech ventures he loves
A year after joining the innovative company, a creative Owen faculty member is back in academe
With data center threatened by Wolf Creek dam and passage of time, State must make third attempt to clarify requirements for would-be bidders
Venture continues to scout capital, relying on federal grants to stay alive and hoping for a break
Former United Airlines technology executive had opted for simpler, but challenging life after 9/11
Tennessee made a strong showing in a key high-tech sector, even while the industry continues to fall short of the heights achieved prior to the Tech Bust
Bredesen Administration and its allies believe there's no time like the present to push forward with e-health information, encouraging businesses to spawn on the infohighway.
Overseers look for 'best proposals', VCs press case for homegrown jobs and investment, while FONCE uncertainty continues
Though trailing the rest of the state, Middle Tennessee providers today announced they're collaborating with regional health information organizations statewide
One of the most influential tech players, Tech2020 in Oak Ridge, chose an industry veteran and longtime tech community participant to lead in its new era
At deal-making summit, investment bankers and others say focus on regulatory pressure for cost-reductions, rather than on next President
While critics sound off and Biotech targets General Assembly, an economy-shaping executive keeps pushing education and innovations
Beating-out more than 800 competitors, a confident Statzen hopes a few minutes elevator-pitching West Coast investors will shorten the fund-raising cycle for this emerging company.
Only one local bank exec, it seems, is currently a vocal fan of MBP, but this healthtech entrepreneur just may be over the hump, nonetheless
Recently accorded industry's lifetime-achievement award, former VU treasurer suggests cynicism may be among best responses to financial crisis still unfolding
Your business is 'real', but you can't look 'friends and family' in the eyes, you've maxed-out your credit-cards or embezzlement's hit your books... Remember Clint Gwin.
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Farris Warfield Kanaday gave a 27-year-old lawyer some running room in the late Nineties, and he used it to launch NTC
TTDC convenes investors and scientists in Nashville -- and Chancellor Zeppos announces new money for VU's academic discovery fund
UPDATED Oct. 8, 2008 - TSU Academic chief reassigned
Further action is set for this afternoon. When the dust settles on the Bells Bend fight, we may have learned more about companies' needs to congregate, as well as innovate and celebrate
He'll keep his hand in deal flow, but now he's jazzed about finding talent to reinforce venture-backed companies or breathe life into technology players
Although slow to crystallize, the Mind2Marketplace technology initiative has won support from a growing number of participants, as it attempts to become a formal organization
LBMC embraces the rise of private-equity-owned companies by hiring someone with both operating and consulting experience.