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

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Georgia View: The Battle of Bloody Mimosas

Georgia View: The Battle of Bloody Mimosas

There’s demand for earlier Sunday spirit sales, in part because curtailing sales hours means leaving money on the table.

April 2017
Business Casual: Food and Friends

Business Casual: Food and Friends

Foodies – food lovers, food writers, food magicians, food adventurers – make great friends.

April 2017
From the Publisher: The Torch Passes

From the Publisher: The Torch Passes

This month marks big changes – new ownership, new leadership and a retirement – at Georgia Trend.

April 2017
Business Casual: Is This Who We Are?

Business Casual: Is This Who We Are?

Regardless of party affiliations, political leanings or labels, is this what we want?

March 2017
Sustainable Georgia: Get On Board

Sustainable Georgia: Get On Board

The student transportation funding formula may change with a new education budget, but there is an opportunity to make a difference in the school districts that need it most.

March 2017
From the Publisher: Is Character Still King?

From the Publisher: Is Character Still King?

Only four presidents in our country’s history have been elected without approval of the common man and woman.

March 2017
Economy: A Sunny Forecast

Economy: A Sunny Forecast

For Columbus-Muscogee County, there’s much to celebrate in 2017.

March 2017
Georgia View: The ABCs of Funding Education

Georgia View: The ABCs of Funding Education

Gov. Deal is rethinking the state’s approach to funding education in this year’s legislative session.

February 2017
Business Casual: Digital Hub? You Bet

Business Casual: Digital Hub? You Bet

Atlanta is increasingly attracting high-tech companies thanks to hard work, vision, commitment and leadership.

February 2017
Sustainable Georgia: Setting the Standard for Sustainability

Sustainable Georgia: Setting the Standard for Sustainability

With so many initiatives underway in our state capital, Atlanta is positioned to become a national model for integrated sustainability.

February 2017
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