Mohawk Industries Inc., the world's biggest floorcovering manufacturer, is promoting Brian Carson to head its flooring business and John "J.T." Turner Jr. to direct the Dal-Tile business unit, effective in January.
Chattanooga's ABC television affiliate, WTVC-TV9, should get a new owner by next spring, pending regulatory and shareholder approval.
Bi-Lo handed out more than $321,000 to Chattanooga-area charities Thursday, after its annual golf tournament brought in $4.68 million from vendors and local businesses.
A survey by Ball State University gave Tennessee’s manufacturing sector a ‘B’ overall, a grade it shares with nearby Alabama.
Former workers at Incentium LLC have filed a federal class-action lawsuit against Summit Partners, part of a group that owned and controlled the now-defunct Chattanooga-based gift card and incentives company.
Chattanooga was the first stop Tuesday for a congressional panel exploring small business challenges this spring.
DALTON, Ga. — A national manufacturing summit with the slogan “We Can Make it in America” scheduled to be held in Dalton this spring will focus on the need to strengthen and increase the manufacturing sector in America, according to leaders who gathered to announce the summit.
Tennessee American Water has backed off its plans to implement a 28 percent water rate increase before state regulators rule on the request.
NASHVILLE — It’s not easy shopping for health insurance, whether you’re in your 60s with a chronic condition or young, healthy and athletic.
Hundreds of job hopefuls crowded through the door at the Chattanooga State Career Fair to shake the hand of Jeff Zierenberg, manager of human resources and training for Wacker Chemical Corp.