New Company Invests $8.2 Million in Williamson County to Relocate Headquarters from Illinois

Highland Ventures Ltd. officials announced Monday that the company will invest $8.2 million to relocate its headquarters operations from Glenview, Illinois, to Brentwood, Tennessee. The company “is planning to take advantage of the unprecedented growth” within Brentwood to support its expansion strategies.

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TechnologyAdvice, LLC Announces $2.7 Million Investment in Nashville to Expand Headquarters

TechnologyAdvice, LLC officials announced this week that the company would invest $2.7 million to expand its headquarters and other back-office functions in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Tennessee Hills Distillery Announces $21.3 Million Investment in Sullivan County

Tennessee Hills Distillery officials announced Monday that the company will invest $21.3 million to expand in Northeast Tennessee by adding a Bristol location to serve as the company’s new headquarters. The company’s newest investment joins its existing operations in Jonesborough and Johnson City.

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Research Shows Tennessee as Popular Destination for Big Businesses Fleeing California

Outside of a Carl's Jr.

According to new research by The Hoover Institution at Stanford University, Tennessee is the second most popular destination for companies fleeing California. With the top destination being Texas, Arizona and Nevada followed the Volunteer state in 3rd and 4th place. 

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Could Downtown Nashville Scrap Metal Recycling Site Move After Nearly 70 Years?

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PSC Metals is looking to move its scrap-metal recycling operations from its valuable downtown Nashville site on the riverfront and relocate its corporate headquarters to Music City as well, the Nashville Post reports. The company would move its recycling center near Nissan Stadium to somewhere else in Davidson County, the Post…

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Relocation of AllianceBernstein to Nashville is ‘Rebuke’ of Wall Street

AllianceBernstein Holding LP is moving its corporate headquarters and about 1,050 jobs to Nashville, in a move MSN/Bloomberg calls a “rebuke” of Wall Street. Some of AllianceBernstein’s functions like portfolio management will stay in New York, workers from legal, sales and marketing, and finance will begin moving to Music City…

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