The battle over union representation at Volkswagen of America will shift this month from plant workers in Chattanooga to a hearing officer for the National Labor Relations Board.
Kenco Group on Tuesday appointed the first nonfamily chief executive to run the sprawling logistics and warehousing enterprise.
In the biggest acquisition in its 23-year history, the Chattanooga-based Milner Milling Co., is offering to buy Cereal Food Processors Inc., to create the third biggest flour milling company in America.
Federal regulators have lifted the consent order imposed on FSG Bank nearly four years in the midst of the Great Recession. Chattanooga's biggest independent bank, which was recapitalized last spring with a $91.1 million sale of new stock from outside investors, is now regarded as a "well capitalized" bank by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Chattanooga City Council unanimously approved tax breaks for the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. set to build a new distribution center at the former Olan Mills site.
A year after starting their sun glass distribution business, the three Chattanooga owners of Platinum Eyewear are headed to Las Vegas this weekend for what they hope will be the talk of the town — or at least the buzz at one of the world's biggest consumer-goods trade shows for wholesalers of most anything people wear.
Chattanooga developer James Pratt is trying for a second time to rezone more than 15 acres adjacent to Amber Brook Gardens to build more single-family houses in Hixson.
The Imperial Cup building that has stood empty for almost a decade just north of LaFayette, Ga., is being revived by another expanding business in Lafayette.
The editors of Singletracks, a mountain biking blog that tacks the best bike trails, rated the best metropolitan areas to live in for local mountain bike attractions.
The Krispy Kreme Doughnuts store that closed in Brainerd last month should reopen by late April with a new crew.
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.