Business to Business in Nashville, TN

For his new video, Kane Brown used clips sent in by fans of soldiers returning home after deployment.

BMI’s President and CEO, Mike O’Neill, responds to the Music Modernization Act unanimously passing the House of Representatives this evening: “Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the final version of the Music Modernization Act, now known as the Orrin G. Hatch-Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act. We are now one step…

The origin story of WILD, a Los-Angeles–based trio, might be described as a series of lucky coincidences. Tyler Thompson (producer/bass) and Zach Daegatano (guitar/vocals) met through a mutual friend and began writing soulful, pop-influenced songs. Then they met Lauren Luiz, and they knew the former opera singer’s powerful vocals would complete…

On Friday, September 21, 2018, the Treasury Department issued proposed regulations removing the portion of the final Section 385 regulations dealing...

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Comedian Bill Cosby has been sentenced to state prison for sexual assault.

Email may be the veteran of communication in the workplace, but rookie platforms for instantaneous group chat, such as Slack and Microsoft Teams, have changed how employees correspond at work. Digitally-savvy workers of all ages have started replacing email with

This guy decides to call in sick. The only problem is that he doesn't actually work there.

At the beginning of my career, I had a song go on hold for a female country music star whose singles regularly went to #1. The head of her record label said my song was a “must-cut” situation, and I was faced with a daunting decision: should I buy a Mercedes…

While it’s fascinating to explore the exquisite manners and rigid expectations of high society in any era, it’s always deliciously exciting to see someone escape the lock-stepping pack and choose a different path. That’s why it’s so engaging to see the hero and heroine of this story—aristocrats in the stiflingly proper Victorian era—cut loose and go on a...

Had a really talented lady reach out to me the other day.; 49 years old, college grad, great portfolio of work. She has been interviewing and is being told she is “overqualified.' There is some truth about her being called

Why are e-commerce brands opening physical locations? There has been an interesting trend among e-commerce brands the last couple of years. Brands like…

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America
The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period starting on…

The guy who wrote the book on North Carolina civil procedure “that all of us keep under our pillow at night,” according to a colleague, will take the reins of the N.C. State Bar in October, becoming the second attorney ever to have presided over both of North Carolina’s bar organizations.“My goal is to continue the good work of this state agency that is committed to self-regulation of the profession and helping lawyers around the state do their jobs ethically and competently,” says…

Can you remember a time in history when corporate employees decided which firms their company would do business with? Probably not, because for well for over a century the only real way employees could influence their firm’s corporate business decisions

If you continue to rely on geographic assignment methods, chances are high that your bottom line will pay a lofty toll. Redesigning your lead distribution methods can pay enormous dividends.

Find tickets for The Big Dumb showing at the The Basement - Nashville, US Thursday Dec 6, 8:30PM Tickets starting at $6.00 available via www.ticketweb.com

Two war mysteries head up this month’s selections. First up is Charles Todd’s A Forgotten Place, 10th in the popular series featuring Nurse Bess Crawford. When Bess first meets Captain Hugh Williams, the officer is in the hospital, recovering from the amputation of his leg. His depression is overwhelming, and it takes a lot of persuasion on the part of the plucky nurse to encourage...

A team of Marc Williams, Melissa Foster Bird, Thomas Hancock, and Christopher Smith are representing West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Margaret Workman, who faces impeachment along with four other justices for alleged misconduct. The legal team filed a petition to halt the impeachment proceedings, saying the House of Delegates overstepped its bounds and tried to undermine the separation of powers of state government.“There are serious…

I work with many sales people across multiple industries every month in my role of mentoring and deal coaching. Many meetings feel like Ground Hog Day or maybe I’m just becoming grumpy in my old age; but here are common shortcomings I see in sales people that make them worthy of being fired. If you

Our audio producer, Raymundo, had to leave his girlfriend in another city while trying to fly back home from Las Vegas. 👉 Listen to the Bobby Bones Show On D...

Nashville is having a lot of fun this fall with plenty of concerts, festivals, and concert series to experience and enjoy.

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