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The Best Career Advice From Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Other Billionaire College Dropouts

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Studio Tenn's managing director to leave post

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Financial literacy program free for Robertson classrooms

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Beauty schools offer beauty on a budget

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Tennessee offers property tax relief program

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  • Trump disbands economic councils as Charlottesville fallout continues
    Trump disbands economic councils as Charlottesville fallout continues

    , tennessean.com

    The fallout from President Trump's response to the Charlottesville tragedy escalated Wednesday as more prominent CEOs quit advising the White House on economic matters and Trump disbanded his manufacturing and business policy councils. "Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both. Thank you all!," Trump. Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison and 3M CEO Inge Thulin Wednesday joined a growing list of American chief executives who are leaving the president's manufacturing job council, an advisory group the White House formed this year
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Corporate

  • Carl's Jr./Hardees CEO, Trump's pick for Labor, retires
    Carl's Jr./Hardees CEO, Trump's pick for Labor, retires

    , tennessean.com

    According to a report on Tuesday, Andrew Puzder, who withdrew his name from consideration as nominee for U.S. Labor Secretary, is stepping down as CEO of CKE Restaurants Holdings in April this year. USA TODAY. The parent company of the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s chains on Tuesday named a new CEO to replace Andy Puzder, who last month withdrew his nomination to be Labor Secretary under President Trump
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Enterprises

Markets

  • Market not priced for first-time buyers
    Market not priced for first-time buyers

    , tennessean.com

    The general public is somewhat misinformed when it comes to celebrating the current residential real estate market. For some, the market really is good; for others, it can be disappointing. Make no mistake, this is a great time to purchase a home for two reasons. Homes in the Middle Tennessee region are a good value in comparison to many other parts of the country. Mortgage interest rates, although slowly rising,
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Companies

  • Dr. Oz, WebMD founder just planted their flag in Nashville
    Dr. Oz, WebMD founder just planted their flag in Nashville

    , tennessean.com

    Buy Photo. The walkway leading up to Healthways’ building is dotted with stones memorializing the company’s 35-year history. It needs a new one to mark the next era: Dr. Mehmet Oz and WebMD founder Jeff Arnold want to turn the local health care staple into a leader in digital care. Arnold and Oz, the daytime TV medical personality, came to the firm's Franklin office Wednesday to introduce themselves to the
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Insurance

  • Big Tennessee health insurer willing to fill huge void in Knoxville Obamacare market, but warns of higher prices due to GOP moves
    Big Tennessee health insurer willing to fill huge void in Knoxville Obamacare market, but warns of higher prices due to GOP moves

    , cnbc.com

    A major Tennessee health insurer said Tuesday it is willing to re-enter Knoxville's Obamacare market — which has been at serious risk of having no insurers selling individual health plans in 2018. The potential move by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee would fill the hole soon to be left by Humana, the only insurer selling Obamacare plans in that area this year
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Industries

  • Amid health care 'chaos,' Tennesseans push lawmakers for assurances
    Amid health care 'chaos,' Tennesseans push lawmakers for assurances

    , tennessean.com

    With Tennessee's healthcare.gov market for 2018 at a breaking point, some are ramping up calls on federal lawmakers to take action to make sure people aren't without health insurance options next year. Since Humana’s decision last week to leave the federally run exchange, the Tri-Cities area is the only region of the state that will have two insurers from which residents can choose in 2018. The Greater Knoxville area will
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