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

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Georgia View: Filling The Pipeline

Georgia View: Filling The Pipeline

Workforce readiness demands our attention -- and educational approaches that engage the students, whatever their age.

July 2015
Economy: Let's Go Shopping

Economy: Let's Go Shopping

Retail sales are ticking up, sustained by growth in employment and a boost in consumers’ confidence.

July 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Neighbors To The North

Sustainable Georgia: Neighbors To The North

Metro Atlanta leaders who traveled to Toronto were dazzled by its vast transit network and by the system’s finances.

July 2015
Business Casual: The Ear Of The Beholder

Business Casual: The Ear Of The Beholder

Times change, and so does language. Occasionally a term like “redneck” or “thug” needs to be retired.

July 2015
Neely Young: The Sky Is Falling

Neely Young: The Sky Is Falling

Officials believe it is a matter of when, not if, bird flu moves into Georgia. It’s time to take steps to protect the poultry industry.

July 2015
Economy: Risky Business

Economy: Risky Business

The housing upturn will provide a substantial boost to the number of new homeowners’ and title policies written in Georgia.

June 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Location and Affordability

Sustainable Georgia: Location and Affordability

Tax credits and incentives currently drive affordable housing, but there is no coalition lobbying for them and subsidies are shrinking.

June 2015
Guest Commentary: One Neighborhood At A Time

Guest Commentary: One Neighborhood At A Time

Turning Atlanta’s East Lake Community around meant improving housing, education and quality of life. The problems were great, but so was the opportunity.

June 2015
Georgia View: Peake Performance

Georgia View: Peake Performance

Rep. Allen Peake’s Haleigh’s Hope Act is about compassion and ending suffering for an estimated 500,000 Georgians.

June 2015
Business Casual: Wanted: Real Villains

Business Casual: Wanted: Real Villains

Despite the “culture of fear,” she is said to have created, it was hard to make Dr. Beverly Hall, a woman dying of cancer, into a satisfactory villain during the APS cheating trial.

June 2015
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