Nashville has never been a beer-making city on the level of Cincinnati, Milwaukee or St. Louis. But Music City does have a history with the quality ales and lagers.

The Post team and 300 friends gathered Wednesday at the new Tennessee State Museum on Rosa Parks Boulevard to celebrate the launch of our first magazine of 2019, which also is the first to showcase our new logo and format. (More on that here.) The evening also honored our 2019 CEO of the Yea…

Linus Hall doesn’t run a business with hundreds of employees. His company has fewer than 20 full-time workers on the payroll. He is not aiming for explosive growth or national reach for his products, preferring to maintain local dominance with, at most, a closely-managed regional expansion s…

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The list of outsiders looking to break into health care with the next big idea is long and growing. But those leading and advising health care organizations have their eyes open and heads up, too. Post reporter Kara Hartnett reached out to seasoned experts from many parts of the Nashville he…

November’s news that Amazon plans to hire 5,000 people for an operations hub in the Nashville Yards project downtown was met primarily with elation. Here, after all, was one of the world’s biggest companies lauding Music City’s vibrancy, talent pool and business-friendly policies. The announ…

Sashank Purighalla launched BOS Framework in Nashville last year after scouting a number of peer cities as potential bases. With $2 million in funding from, among others, former Emma CEO Clint Smith, Andrew Goldner at GrowthX, Wes Warrington of Resolve Diagnostics and Robert Grajewski of The…

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

Founded in 2006 by Alex Tolbert as a play on the rise of health savings accounts, Bernard Health has evolved into a benefits brokerage and HR software company home to about 75 people and preparing to move its main office to the historic Caster-Knott Building on Church Street downtown. A few …

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The post-2000 evolution of Germantown can perhaps best be highlighted by the intersection of Fifth and Madison.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

Nearly half of Tennessee’s dental professionals aren’t meeting their continuing education requirements, and the reason why may be the delicate interplay between incentives and penalties.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

Manufacturers around the country expect more growth this year, according to a recent survey from local accounting firm LBMC, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t doubts to manage. Business leaders cite political uncertainty and a limited workforce as they cautiously predict a rosy future.

After 17 years as a staffer, Rachel Freeman took over as president of the Sexual Assault Center in 2018 at a time when the nonprofit was going through some huge changes, the biggest being the construction of a new headquarters with an outpatient clinic for rape victims. Leading an organizati…

Public speaker, futurist, consultant and economist Rebecca Ryan helps chambers of commerce, other associations and communities as a whole think clearly about their futures and how they want to get there. A big component of her process is “slow thinking,” the concept of looking beyond today’s…

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

Even before I drank beer, I collected beer cans and was fascinated with the history and the brewing process. As the owner of Nashville Brewing Co., I have been typecast as a lager guy. However, I enjoy a variety of styles, including the classic British brown porter.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

A recent survey by SunTrust Bank found that a third of baby boomers who own businesses with $5 million to $250 million in sales expect to exit in the next five years. That’s not shocking, given the fast clip at which many in that age group are reaching retirement age. But what is alarming is…

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

Editor's note: The version of this story that ran in our magazine was edited due to space considerations.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services late last year issued a draft strategy mandated by the 21st Century Cures Act surrounding a key component that will help drive the future of health care for decades to come: interoperability among electronic health records.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The demands on today’s top executives — inside their organizations and in the market — are as intense as ever. But Christel Alvarez, a partner at Elevation Search Solutions, says investors, directors and C-level leaders increasingly value in the people they want to help run their companies. …

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.

A decade ago, the Greater Nashville Technology Council (then still without the first word in its name) was marking its 10th birthday as the economy was working its way through a stinging downturn. In taking stock for the group’s next marketing plan, then-President Tod Fetherling’s SWOT analy…

The 2019 edition of the wide-ranging In Charge compendium of Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civic leaders is our 10th. Like those before it, it was pulled together with lots of help from our friends at the Scene and Nfocus and represents the best of the best in the Nashville area.