J.Crew will open a signature store in the historic Warehouse Row in downtown Chattanooga next Wednesday at 10 a.m.
• QuickBooks Set-Up Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Tennessee Small Business Development Center, 100 Cherokee Blvd. Lynn Talbott of HR Business Solutions, LLC will speak.
Months of speculation was finally put to bed Thursday, as ride-sharing application Uber officially launched its uberX service in Chattanooga.
With its stock price up and the economy fueling double-digit revenue gains this fall, Covenant Transportation Group, Inc. is issuing another 2.2 million shares of stock.
For the first time in 135 years, Chattem Inc. won't be headed by a relative of the founding Patten family.
With Uber's launch on Thursday, policy and regulation questions now hang over Chattanooga's head, and the city must decide how it will view and regulate Uber, which in other cities has refused to be treated like a taxi service.
The Dixie Group is dropping one of the high-end woven carpet lines it acquired last year and will cut 14 jobs at its Calhoun, Ga., wool plant next year.
Citing Chattanooga's manufacturing base and growing automotive focus, a South Carolina employment firm is opening a Scenic City office to fill the 300 jobs that Volkswagen supplier Plastic Omnium plans to create in the city.
Longtime Chattanooga Civic Leader John Germ will head one of America's biggest service clubs in two years.
CBL & Associates Properties Inc. will raise its dividend 8.2 pecent in January for shareholders of record as of Dec. 30.
A company that college friends founded by capitalizing on an obvious campus need won this year's Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Innovation award.
Rival groups seeking to represent Volkswagen plant workers in Chattanooga endorsed a new company labor policy that VW unfurled Wednesday, igniting a renewed battle to gain official recognition from the automaker.
Downtown hotel to drop a giant Coca-Cola bottle at midnight
Chattanoogans will have two new ways to ring in the new year this year, and both will involve a special homage to the city's history and will include a special Coca-Cola bottle drop at midnight.
After building America's fastest growing third-party logistics company in only six years, Coyote Logistics CEO Jeff Silver says he wasn't interested in buying another rapidly growing company in the industry when the folks at Access America Transport came calling last year.
BB&T, the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based banking company that operates both banks and insurance offices in Chattanooga nad Dalton, Ga., is buying Susquehanna Bancshares in a deal that will broaden the bank's reach into the Mid-Atlantic region.