Wednesday, April 23, 2014 · 3:52 p.m.

Business

Congressmen want to investigate state officials' conduct relating to VW-UAW election

Some members of the United States House of Representatives have plans to determine whether state officials violated federal law or tried to undermine labor rights of workers at Volkswagen Chattanooga during the recent United Auto Workers union election. ...

Chattanooga to compete for $5 million prize to use on community energy-efficiency plan

At a press conference in Washington, D.C., today, Chattanooga was announced as one of more than 50 communities that have signed letters of intent to compete for the prize. ...

Local concrete repair company weathers economic ups and downs, prepares for busy summer

The business—which offers a range of concrete installations, such as custom patios, driveway and pool decks, and dock and warehouse repairs—made it through the unknown. ...

More speakers announced for this summer's Southland conference, including Christy Turlington

After announcing in January that Al Gore would be one of the speakers at this summer's Southland conference, leaders with Launch Tennessee and tech startup website PandoDaily said this week that three entrepreneurial "rock stars" will speak at the business-focused event. ...

Beast + Barrel opens in former Northshore Grille location

The new restaurant is now open on Frazier Avenue. ...

After pilot phase, GreenSpaces launches green business certification program

Last April, leaders of local environmental sustainability nonprofit GreenSpaces launched a pilot program aimed at helping entrepreneurs save money and energy and reduce environmental impact. Now, they are making it available to all businesses. ...
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