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Business

Big Ass Solutions cuts 39 employees

Big Ass Solutions cut 3 percent of its work force, or 39 employees. The company, which has grown significantly in recent years, employs 1,067 people worldwide and plans new retail and distribution centers in the United States and new headquarters in Europe and Asia.

Business

Fayette Seed closing at end of October

Lexington’s Fayette Seed, a family-owned business open since 1934, is closing at the end of October, according to co-owner Jerry Goins. The lawn and garden seed and plant operation on Red Mile Road is for sale. If no one buys the business, there will be a dispersal sale in late November.

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Tempur Sealy CEO Scott Thompson

Tempur Sealy CEO Scott Thompson on his first year on the job at the Lexington-headquartered global mattress company.
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Tempur Sealy CEO Scott Thompson 1:42

Tempur Sealy CEO Scott Thompson

UK Hospital debuts new kitchen, dining room 2:03

UK Hospital debuts new kitchen, dining room

Students' robot accepts $30,000 check from Toyota 0:13

Students' robot accepts $30,000 check from Toyota

Liz And Roo moves production to former Jockey plant in Carlisle 0:57

Liz And Roo moves production to former Jockey plant in Carlisle