Million-dollar homes: Lakefronts, mountaintops and mansions bring lucrative sales in fast-selling Chattanooga real estate market

Published Aug. 1 2018

Mark G. Freeman doesn't really want to sell his house. And who can blame him.

Closing time: Seller's market in housing spurs quicker sales

Published Aug. 1 2018

Will Rogers and his wife, Lilly, moved to the Chattanooga area from Knoxville after Rogers finished law school last summer....

Manufacturing makeovers: Redeveloping Chattanooga industrial sites for offices, homes, stores

Published Aug. 1 2018

When David Paschall and partners joined to form the Transparency Health investment fund in Chattanooga that focuses on health care...


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Redefining retail: CBL, other developers work amid changing environment

Published Aug. 1 2018

Chattanooga-based shopping center operator CBL Properties is stepping up the redevelopment of its huge expanse of retail space as the...

How It's Made: The Chattanooga Times Free Press

Published Aug. 1 2018

While you are sleeping, the giant five-story offset press inside the Times Free Press building on E. 11th Street in...

New office concepts offer more flexibility, spur more creativity

Published Aug. 1 2018

After working for 32 years at the Tennessee Valley Authority helping to promote the region's economic development, Sheila Brooks became...

Former Velsicol Chemical site readied for sale

Published Aug. 1 2018

A longtime South Chattanooga manufacturing site is ready for a new user, according to a real estate broker.

McLeod: What to do when your boss belittles you

Published Aug. 1 2018

It feels like a gut punch.

Bright futures: Chattanooga State, Cleveland State go green with solar, wildlife programs

Published Jul. 1 2018

So-called "green" jobs are generating a swirl of interest in the marketplace, and a pair of Southeast Tennessee community colleges...

Internships can help college graduates fight unemployment, underemployment

Published Jul. 1 2018

Austin Anthony spent most of his undergraduate college career working as a waiter to help pay bills, but once he...

The new classroom: Second-chance college students turn to WGU Tennessee

Published Jul. 1 2018

Tennessee's state-backed online university, WGU Tennessee, is quietly building momentum using clicks instead of bricks.

Uprooted: The shift within RootsRated that led to company's Atlanta move

Published Jun. 1 2018

A years-long shift within RootsRated Media led to an overhaul of the Chattanooga-born company's business model, new investors and the...

Restoring the glory: Former Grandview Hotel on the market

Published Jun. 1 2018

Returning the grandeur to the former Grandview Hotel is the aim of the sale of the 110-year-old structure on East...

Fewer branches in place as technology increases, but local banks still growing profits [photos]

Published Jun. 1 2018

The bank branch in your neighborhood or close to where you work may not be there any longer.

Free phone and mobile banking apps make saving and investing easier

Published Jun. 1 2018

When it comes to Americans and their savings, the numbers tend to be unfavorable.

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union deploys 'banks-in-a-box'

Published Jun. 1 2018

In a third-floor suite inside the old IBM building at 535 Chestnut Street in downtown Chattanooga, workers at the Tennessee...

Chattanooga entrepreneurs face battle to land venture capital

Published Jun. 1 2018

Chattanooga area business startups face an uphill climb in attracting venture capital to help fuel the growth of their companies,...

McLeod: Why accountability is a loaded word

Published Jun. 1 2018

"We're going to start holding people accountable."