EO Nashville was prominently featured in the Tennessean this week with a story about breaking the chapter revenue record and the expected growth in 2014.
Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] was quoted in a BusinessInsurance article on exploring health care benefits through a financial lens.
The Tennessean made its suggestions for the future mayor of Nashville, and mentioned Charles Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] as a possible candidate.
James Fields [Concept Technology] wrote his column for the Tennessean about threats to net neutrality.
The Tennessean mentioned Bristol Development [Ashlyn Hines] in a story about site approvals for the new Franklin Park and Ovation projects in Franklin.
John Rowley [Fletcher | Rowley] offered his thoughts on how new health care laws will affect the 2014 midterm elections in a recent Fox News segment.
The Tennessean quoted Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate] in an article about the final phase of Werthan Lofts in the Gulch.
The Nashville Scene featured Trevor Moran, the new chef of The Catbird Seat [Ben Goldberg] in a Q&A article about his background and his transition to the high-profile restaurant.
David Waddell [Waddell and Associates] wrote about P/E expansion for his Memphis Daily News column. David’s column was also featured in the Nashville Ledger.
Southern Living’s “The Daily South” blog featured Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] as one of five things you need to know in the South. Patrick was also featured on a News 2 Nashville story about the restaurant, which has its grand opening this weekend.
Julie May’s [bytes of knowledge] wrote her Tennessean column on internet privacy and the risks of using social media and retail sites. The bytes of knowledge headquarters was also featured in this week’s Nashville Business Journal.