Articles related to business


ICEE company will invest $10.3 million, create approximately 200 jobs
ICEE company will invest $10.3 million, create approximately 200 jobs

The ICEE Company will establish its headquarters in La Vergne and create approximately 200 jobs in Rutherford County over the next five years.

READ MORE »
MTSU REPORT: Optimism remains amid concerns about future economic pace
MTSU REPORT: Optimism remains amid concerns about future economic pace

"Even though the decline in the Tennessee Business Barometer appears significant, it is not a cause for alarm," said Tim Graeff, MTSU marketing professor and coordinator of the index through the Office of Consumer Research in MTSU's Jones College of Business.

READ MORE »
Tennessee Business Barometer: Optimism grows, but still hiring concerns
Tennessee Business Barometer: Optimism grows, but still hiring concerns

The Tennessee Business Barometer Index has bested its record high just set the previous quarter, according to the latest online survey of business leaders by MTSU's Jones College of Business.

READ MORE »
Tennessee Business Barometer: Less optimism about future economy
Tennessee Business Barometer: Less optimism about future economy

While two-thirds of survey respondents rated the current economy in Tennessee as "good," expectations for the future "dropped noticeably," said Dr. Tim Graeff, professor of marketing in MTSU's Jones College of Business...

READ MORE »
MTSU and the TN Chamber of Commerce Launch the Tennessee Business Barometer
MTSU and the TN Chamber of Commerce Launch the Tennessee Business Barometer

Middle Tennessee State University and the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry have partnered to launch the Tennessee Business Barometer, a new quarterly index capturing the mood and outlook of business leaders statewide through online surveys.

READ MORE »
MTSU student entrepreneurs win cash for best business ideas
MTSU student entrepreneurs win cash for best business ideas
Three MTSU students earned cash for their business concepts after pitching them during the university’s first Student Business Idea Competition.
READ MORE »
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: