Thursday, July 24, 2014 · 3:18 p.m.

Business

Vineyard Vines coming to Chattanooga for 10-day sale

The "whalehouse sale" will be in the former location of Niko's Southside Grill, which is at 1400 Cowart St. ...

EPB petitions FCC to expand fiber optic Internet to surrounding communities

EPB, which is owned by the city of Chattanooga, provides high-speed Internet access, video programming and voice services using a fiber optic communications network. The company can deliver these services to every home and business in its 600-square-mile electric service territory. ...

Yoga Plus community classes support LAUNCH

The benefit of Hot Yoga Plus' community classes are twofold: donations given at the class support area nonprofits, and class fees are waived so that more people can try the practice and only pay what they can afford. ...

Local industry leader provides insight on Obamacare rulings

"The federal subsidies are here to stay for the foreseeable future," Bobby Huffaker, CEO of American Exchange, said. ...

VW employees on the UAW

Volkswagen employees are voicing differing opinions about the United Auto Workers union. ...

New company trademarks "Made in Chattanooga," makes unique wood products

The business creates, designs, markets and distributes original hardwood furniture. ...
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