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VOL. 44 | NO. 41 | Friday, October 9, 2020

Is your workplace a COVID-19 risk?

Don’t look to Tennessee government for help

Since the coronavirus pandemic first surfaced in Tennessee in March, monthly worker complaints to occupational safety and health regulators have more than doubled, with 1,000 complaints so far showing a possible connection to COVID-19.

NEWSMAKERS

KBA Foundation introduces fellows

The Knoxville Bar Association Foundation has announced its new class of fellows.

BRIEFS

GSV invests in ProfitSolv

Knoxville-based Greater Sum Ventures, an entrepreneurial growth equity firm that invests in lower-middle market tech-enabled business services companies, joins Lightyear Capital in forming ProfitSolv.

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EVENTS

UT football. Vols vs. Kentucky. Neyland Stadium, 1235 Phillip Fulmer Way. Saturday, 11 a.m. Information

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TENNESSEE TITANS

Vrabel quietly handling Titans’ crises

It certainly feels like the Tennessee Titans have been cut adrift by the NFL as they try to figure out just how to proceed in the wake of the club’s rash of COVID-19 cases.

Biggest challenge for Titans is getting back on the field

First down: Conquer COVID. The Titans were handed an unexpected bye week instead of playing the Steelers, and their preparation for the Bills – provided that will be played – will no doubt be different from any the Titans have prepared for.

New Titans positive test raises total to 23 cases

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have had another positive test result to raise their outbreak to 23 cases, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Thursday.

BEHIND THE WHEEL

New wheels on a budget: 5 for less than $25K

Small sedans and hatchbacks were once the entry point to new car ownership for many people. But consumers’ increasing preference for small SUVs has led to lower sales. As a consequence, a number of automakers have discontinued their small sedans and hatchbacks.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Beware high-risk homes that drive up insurance

When house hunting, the price of homeowners insurance probably isn’t top of mind. But homes with hidden risks can make getting coverage difficult, expensive or both. Learning how to identify them could save you a bundle.

CAREER CORNER

How to delay dreaded order to return to the office

The letters WFH used to be mainly used by the tech industry. But, as work from home is becoming more common, so is the use of this important acronym.

MILLENNIAL MONEY

Create financial stability to help navigate shaky times

In a year that has thrown a pandemic, natural disasters and economic calamity at us while we lurch closer to a presidential election, stability can feel elusive. No matter how well laid your plans, some new crisis might be lurking around the corner, waiting to upend your life.

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