Tech Help Wanted

CGI is starting the hiring process for the first cohort of what is expected to be a 300-person operation in Knoxville.

Broadband Bound?

KUB develops a business plan to provide high-speed internet service throughout its electricity service area.

Knoxville Lands CGI Service Center

Cherokee Farm

The global information technology and consulting giant will invest $27 million and partner with UT to bring 300 jobs to the community.

Accelerating Innovation

ORNL, TVA and UT will invest $9 million over three years to create a hub for budding national and international entrepreneurs.

Knox County 2020: A Primer (Part 2)

A survey of what’s changed, what hasn’t and what to watch in the local political and economic landscape. Today: the City of Knoxville and the private sector.

Bringing the Internet Home

School internet needs

Ahead of schools reopening, an emergency plan aims to provide broadband access to families who need it.

Facing the Digital Divide

KCS Chromebook

With the possibility of more school disruption looming, a community task force looks for solutions to the inequities of internet access.

Prospecting for Prosperity

The Knoxville Chamber has been reinventing itself over the past few months, just in time for the challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis.

Breaking Barriers

Anthony Wise leads ConnectKnox panel

A diverse crowd gathers in Burlington to identify obstacles to spreading the benefits of Knoxville’s economic development.

Clayton Out as Chamber’s No. 2

Knoxville Chamber CEO Mike Odom said the reorganization has nothing to do with a sex discrimination complaint over his hiring.