John Rutledge, RegionalCare’s president and chief operating officer, said the organization has worked with Roach in the past. It was unclear where they worked together. “We know that he is the right person to lead the hospital through the upcoming period of growth and expansion,” Rutledge said. “In Martinsville, he very successfully led that organization through a transition much like what is happening in the Shoals.”
“The consumer won't notice any difference at all,” said Marty Rash, chief executive officer of Brentwood, Tenn.-based RegionalCare. “It will be the same people and the same name for the next 30 days as we work toward the final closing. After that, we will have a chance to work on the board and determine what actions people say we need to take.”The Alabama paper also has a copy of the 12-point agreement and prints it in full. Check out the link above for the details. The background on Coffee's lengthy sale process is available at this link.
The Nashville office of Pharos Capital, which is led by Mike Devlin, has taken the reins at Time Domain, a Huntsville tech venture in which it had already invested and whose board early this year told investors it was insolvent. The firm has shaken up management and injected more cash into Time Domain, which makes location sensors that use ultrawide bandwidth frequencies.
“We’ve always enjoyed a thriving catering business,” explained Mike Dolan, co-owner of MAFIAoZA’S. “Operating Barolo as its own separate entity will allow us to expand the variety of our menus and services and will give catering customers more to choose from – from our classic menu items to a full range of carefully planned options they might not expect from MAFIAoZA’S.”Barolo's offerings will include action stations for pasta, risotto and gnocchi as well as a cheese and chocolate fondue station, and caviar and dessert bars. Barolo also will market more casual boxed lunches and tailgating packages.
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