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In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Jordan Cram

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Wellness plans: How Nashville businesses overcome workplace stress

Boot camp exercise class is offered on Monday and Wednesday evenings at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner & Cannon. | Photo courtesy of Barge, Waggoner, Sumner & Cannon
December 17, 2016 - 5:37pm

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Ross Toohey

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Clearing cash hurdle could unleash Nashville's startup scene

Nashville entrepreneurs said funding remains the biggest hurdle facing Music City's startup community. | Photo by Derek Lee/Crain's Nashville
December 12, 2016 - 11:16am

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Jordan Monroe

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Through thick and thin: Nashville firms take on hair loss

Kimberly Vaughn, the owner of Nashville’s HPI Hair Partners, said she found her calling in the hair replacement and restoration business after seeing it change the lives of people who were facing significant trauma. | Photo courtesy of HPI
November 7, 2016 - 12:17pm

Mentors taught Nashville exec to put the personal before professional

Emids' Michael Hollis credits a constant supply of mentors for his success. | Photo courtesy of Michael Hollis

November 4, 2016 - 12:36pm

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Merril Hoge

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Herb rush: Ballot initiatives could set marijuana business ablaze

The harlequin cannabis strain is known for its high levels of cannabidiol, a compound that's been shown to have therapeutic applications.

October 28, 2016 - 4:08pm

Giving workers more flexibility can extend lives, study finds

Celadon Trucking’s Gordon Day is taking advantage of a new company policy that allows drivers to take their cats and dogs on the road with them. An Indiana University study found that giving workers in high-stress jobs additional freedom isn’t just a morale booster but could also help them live longer. | Photo courtesy of Celadon Trucking

October 27, 2016 - 3:58pm

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