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This Month in Georgia Trend

September 2015
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30 Years Of Influence

30 Years Of Influence

A look at who helped shape the state, how it’s changed over three decades and what’s ahead.

Published: September 2015
Georgia, My How You've Changed!

Georgia, My How You've Changed!

Thirty years ago, a lot of Georgians might have told you the state had already changed about as much as it could. Not so, as it turns out.

Published: September 2015
Diggin' Up Bones

Diggin' Up Bones

Bill Shipp drags the skeletons out of Georgia’s political closet.

Published: September 2015
30 Years Of Award-Winning Journalism

30 Years Of Award-Winning Journalism

A look back at how Georgia Trend has remained a staple for Georgia leaders and readers during a time of much upheaval in the magazine industry.

Published: September 2015
A Look Ahead

A Look Ahead

30 leaders on the future of Georgia.

Published: September 2015
A New Day

A New Day

Georgia's banks are seeing across-the-board gains while meeting evolving customer needs.

Published: September 2015
Georgia's 2015 Higher Education Directory

Georgia's 2015 Higher Education Directory

Georgia Trend’s annual listing of the state’s colleges, universities and technical schools, with information on admissions, costs and courses of study.

Published: September 2015
Georgia's Top 100 Public Companies

Georgia's Top 100 Public Companies

Georgia’s reputation as the No. 1 place to do business is reflected in this year’s list, which saw an increase in revenue of more than $30 billion this year.

Published: September 2015
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Archive »Our State

Gwinnett County: On Location

Gwinnett County: On Location

Finding new businesses, city upgrades

Published: September 2015
Daton | Whitfield County: Coming Back Stronger

Daton | Whitfield County: Coming Back Stronger

Floor covering, new industry and public improvements

Published: September 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: September 2014

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Atlanta ranking high in job growth and a new inland port for Murray County.

Published: September 2015

Organizations: Challenged Child And Friends

Candice Dyer writes about Challenged Child and Friends, an educational nonprofit in Gainesville.

Published: September 2015

Political Notes: September 2015

Summer elections and runoff winners, John Barrow’s new job and a new president for Georgia Regents University.

Published: September 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Lucky Breaks

Neely Young: Lucky Breaks

Many of us would not be where we are today without someone giving us a helping hand or an opportunity to advance.

Published: September 2015
Business Casual: Acts Of Kindness

Business Casual: Acts Of Kindness

The world could use a bit more kindness – along with all the other things it needs.

Published: September 2015
Economy: On The Trading Floor

Economy: On The Trading Floor

It’s a mixed bag for the world of financial planners and stockbrokers.

Published: September 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Supporting Stem

Sustainable Georgia: Supporting Stem

It’s not a bad idea to promote and celebrate the sciences and illuminate an easier path for students so inclined.

Published: September 2015
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Harvest on Main

Art Of The Meal: Harvest on Main

Tucked into the foothills of Georgia, Harvest on Main offers a menu that will delight picky eaters and adventurous diners alike.

Published: September 2015
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