The Bitter Bottle Battle: How one woman will soon have the first alcohol-based, legal bitters business in Tennessee

Published Jul. 1 2019

When Kaleena Goldsworthy set out to start her own business, The Bitter Bottle, three years ago, she had two significant...

Cyber Safe: The legal steps you need to secure digital data

Published Jul. 1 2019

For the past six years, attorney Andrew Mutter says he has been like a storm crow crying out about the...

NVR TXT & DRV: Law firm campaigns for text-free driving, hands-free laws

Published Jul. 1 2019

Chattanooga personal injury attorneys C. Mark Warren and John Mark Griffin have spent years advocating for stricter hands-free driving laws,...

Capital connections: Small Business Administration aids franchise businesses across array of industries

Published Jun. 1 2019

Cory Sharpe worked as a journeyman lineman for the Tennessee Valley Authority and the city of Dayton, Tennessee, for 18...

In Tennessee, you are about as likely to live in a millionaire household as you are to have hazel-colored eyes

Published Jun. 1 2019

One hundred years ago, millionaires were seemingly as rare as unicorns. They were mythical people who resided in ivy-covered estates...

From pellet ice and beer kegs to dogs and ping-pong, Chattanooga companies are looking for ways to keep employees happy and engaged

Published May. 1 2019

Company morale doesn't entirely rest on LeBron Soloff, but sometimes even the chief happiness officer needs a break from work...

Finding balance: Family-friendly policies are not just a perk for these Chattanooga companies

Published May. 1 2019

When Ryan Ewalt's first two children were born, the 37-year-old said he was only able to take one or two...

Bringing the best: Low taxes, outdoor attractions, growing opportunities lure job seekers to Scenic City

Published May. 1 2019

Wayne Adcoe is a walking testament to the power of Google.