Business - Chattanooga Diary

Consumer Watch: Should you buy a home warranty?

Published Oct. 22 2017

Q: I keep hearing friends talk about their home warranty.

Business Digest: Ray heads Medicare plans at BlueCross

Published Oct. 22 2017

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee has promoted Todd Ray to senior vice president of its Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement programs.

Business Licenses

Published Oct. 22 2017

New business licenses as provided by the Hamilton County Clerk's office Oct. 9 - 15, 2017


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Should you add a loan to your shopping cart?

Published Oct. 22 2017

"Will that be cash, credit card or personal loan?"

Marriage Licenses

Published Oct. 22 2017

People you may know filed for marriage licenses in the Hamilton County Clerk's Office, Oct. 9 - 15, 2017

Divorce Filings

Published Oct. 22 2017

People you may know filed for divorce in Hamilton County Circuit Court, Oct. 2 - 15, 2017

Business Bulletin: Parental tips for children's use of the Internet

Published Oct. 20 2017

Q. My kids are continually online and I am concerned about their privacy and other internet related issues. What advice...

Chattanooga area bankruptcy filings, Oct. 9-15

Published Oct. 20 2017

These are new cases according to court records, that were filed in the Chattanooga and Winchester offices of U.S. Bankruptcy...

Restaurant Report Card for week ending Oct. 13

Published Oct. 19 2017

Week ending 10.13.17, no failures reported:

Personal Finance: Social Security recipients getting raise, but likely won't keep it

Published Oct. 18 2017

If you are a current beneficiary of Social Security, there is good news. You're getting a raise. If you're also...

First Watch to open North Shore eatery

Published Oct. 15 2017

Saying the breakfast, brunch and lunch segment is the fastest growing in the restaurant industry, a group plans to bring...

Chattanooga area bankruptcy filings, Oct. 2-8, 2017

Published Oct. 13 2017

These are new cases according to court records, that were filed in the Chattanooga and Winchester offices of U.S. Bankruptcy...

Restaurant Report Card for week ending Oct. 6

Published Oct. 12 2017

Week ending 10.6.17, no failures reported:

Personal Finance: Why is tax reform so hard?

Published Oct. 11 2017

President Trump and the Republican Congress have made tax reform a central item on the 2017 legislative agenda.

Luxury lodging: Westin hotel opens Monday in former BlueCross headquarters

Published Oct. 7 2017

Monday's planned opening of the new Westin hotel in downtown Chattanooga is the result of "a vision we didn't think...

Test Drive: Black Chevy Tahoe is a mean mama jama

Published Oct. 7 2017

"What car are we taking to school today?" our 15-year-old son called out to me one morning earlier this week.

Business Bulletin: Building consumer trust and what online ratings show

Published Oct. 6 2017

Q. The BBB tag line is "Start with Trust." How important is "TRUST" with consumers in our marketplace today?

Chattanooga area bankruptcy filings, Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Published Oct. 6 2017

These are new cases according to court records, that were filed in the Chattanooga and Winchester offices of U.S. Bankruptcy...

Restaurant Report Card for week ending Sept. 29

Published Oct. 5 2017

Week ending 9.29.17, no failures reported:

Personal Finance: Reverse mortgages now costlier but still valuable tools

Published Oct. 4 2017

Many of us know someone in retirement who struggles to pay the bills but holds significant value in an illiquid...

New company moves into part of former Alstom site

Published Oct. 1 2017

A former Alstom manufacturing site near Chattanooga's waterfront, unoccupied for the past four years, is seeing new life from a...

Business Digest: Dr. Pankiw joins Parkridge Bone & Joint

Published Oct. 1 2017

Parkridge Health System has added orthopedic surgeon Christopher Pankiw, MD, to Parkridge Bone & Joint, an orthopedic practice that already...

Fast Break Athletics is moving

Published Sep. 30 2017

Fast Break Athletics is moving from its longtime location on Cherokee Boulevard down the road into a new commercial development.