April 2005

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Radical Thoughts

Radical Thoughts

Politics

Instead of throwing money at businesses, maybe we should use those resources to develop a state and a workforce that are more attractive to new industry.

Published: April 2005

Archive »Commentary

Slow to Start, Finishing Strong

Slow to Start, Finishing Strong

Gov. Perdue's slow-working Commission For a New Georgia, two years in the making, is about to put some points on the board. The effort should free up millions of tax dollars.

Published: April 2005
The Emptied Nest

The Emptied Nest

Business Casual

The most dramatic and immediate effect on the nest that emptied when our daughter went off to college a few years ago was the quiet. Everything stopped.

Published: April 2005

Archive »Downtime

Help Me, Baraonda

Art of the Meal

Oh, the poor businesspeople who get stuck in downtown Atlanta. Busy at a conference or meeting, they see only the neighborhood inside their hotel's atrium. The restaurants within a short taxi ride or (for the very brave) walking distance are often unremarkable, except for the outrageous expense.

Published: April 2005
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