Archive of: Business Casual, Commentary, Economy, Georgia View, Guest Commentary, Neely Young

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Economy: Black Buying Power

Economy: Black Buying Power

This year Georgia will be the nation’s fourth largest state-level black consumer market. State totals will reach $66 billion.

August 2013
Georgia View: Changing Of The Guard

Georgia View: Changing Of The Guard

After 17 years at the helm of one of the nation’s most influential chambers of commerce, Sam Williams, president of the Metro Atlanta Chamber, will retire at the end of 2013.

August 2013
Business Casual: Robo-Calls And Dealers

Business Casual: Robo-Calls And Dealers

During the course of a day, most of us spend more time than we’d like on the phone, so a marketing call is not a welcome diversion.

August 2013
Neely Young: Quips And Quotes

Neely Young: Quips And Quotes

Passing on wisdom from Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Jefferson and church bulletins.

August 2013
Sustainable Georgia: Linking Up In Houston

Sustainable Georgia: Linking Up In Houston

Houston and Atlanta share a big problem: sprawling poverty. The contrast between suburban blight and urban glitz was glaring.

July 2013
Economy: The Banking Outlook

Economy: The Banking Outlook

Businesses need to spend more to improve productivity. As confidence in the economic situation slowly improves, the demand for loans should rise.

July 2013
Georgia View: Making The Most Of Jekyll

Georgia View: Making The Most Of Jekyll

A steady number of Jekyll’s full-time residents and activists clamor against most any type of change or new development on the island.

July 2013
Business Casual: The Glow Of The City Lights

Business Casual: The Glow Of The City Lights

The main factor in getting from wanting a new city to establishing one is economic feasibility – whether or not property taxes can support a city and its services.

July 2013
Neely Young: Shame On Us

Neely Young: Shame On Us

It so happens that people of color think HB 87 targets them. And it does. Georgia is a racially diverse state, and we should be proud of it.

July 2013
Sustainable Georgia: Stepping Up

Sustainable Georgia: Stepping Up

The military’s green movement in Georgia is significant, with programs designed to reduce bases’ impact on our air, land and water.

June 2013
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