The engine of the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme continued to belch fumes as Mary Jane Rogers rolled down the window.
Patrick Neely says he flies a lot for his work — upwards of 200,000 miles a year.
The investors live more than 600 miles away from Wall Street, haven't graduated from college and have little or no experience handling other people's money.
• Hixson Council Community Coffee Tuesday from 8 to 9 a.m. at Country Inn & Suites, 5000 New Country Drive. Free event.
A jury found two brothers guilty of using insider information to make an illicit $50,000 profit on the stock market in at least the eighth insider trading prosecution related to the 2010 purchase of a Chattanooga company by a French pharmaceutical giant.
Safety problems that triggered extra inspections or oversight by regulators declined again last year at U.S. nuclear power plants.
Volkswagen says in a letter to the National Labor Relations Board that the company doesn’t support groups representing some Chattanooga plant workers seeking to intervene in the United Auto Workers appeal of last month’s union vote.
Miller-Motte college moving to new center
A group of local developers plan to upgrade, renovate and revitalize the run down 18-acre shopping center at the highly visible corner of Lee Highway and Highway 153 in Chattanooga.
Mohawk Industries, the world's largest flooring manufacturer and biggest tile manufacturer in North America, will build a $180 million ceramic tile plant in Dickson County, Tenn., to meet growing demand for hard surfaces here in the U.S.
Unemployment falls in region to 5-year low
Unemployment in Tennessee and Georgia fell to the lowest level in more than five years in January and state economists expect the jobless rate to continue to decline this year.