Archive of: Business Industry

Title Issue
Georgia's Big Problem

Georgia's Big Problem

Obesity is nudging out smoking as the number one preventable cause of death. Why are Georgians at increasingly high risk for weight-related problems and what can be done to help reverse the trend?

October 2006
Energy In Georgia, Part I: Natural Gas Supply And Demand

Energy In Georgia, Part I: Natural Gas Supply And Demand

Georgia's energy consumption is outpacing our population growth. This first installment of a three-part series looks at the realities of natural gas supply and demand, including AGL Resources' push for an instrastate pipeline.

October 2006
Ready or Not?

Ready or Not?

Georgia businesses are grappling with the "what-ifs" of a flu pandemic, worrying about how to keep their employees safe and their companies viable. Health officials say the question isn't whether we'll be hit, but when.

October 2006

Growing Parity In Agribusiness

Living on the land: Third Generation farmer Craig Perryman grows peanuts and cotton on 550 acres in Colquitt County

August 2006

Georgia's Rhythm Section

Hip-hop dominates the state's billion-dollar-plus music industry, but country, rock and gospel make their own joyful and profitable noises. From Little Richard to the Allman Brothers to Ludacris, the hits just keep on coming.

July 2006

From Representation to Inclusion

Corporate diversity programs, now widely recognized as good business, have increased the numbers of women and minorities in the workplace. But that's not necessarily enough. And the next step may be the hardest one of all.

June 2006

2006 Family Business Awards

Combining family and business can be tough. Making a success of that combination is practically an art form. The winners of this year's Family Business of the Year Awards show how well it can be done.

May 2006
Connecting The Dots

Connecting The Dots

Georgia's continuing growth means a bigger role for the civil engineers who plan and build highways, bridges, airports, buildings, mass transit systems and entire communities.

April 2006
2006 Industry Outlook

2006 Industry Outlook

Equipment producers and food products manufacturers will see growth, but at slower rates. Prospects for health care are excellent, and pharmaceutical sales are promising.

April 2006

Holding Steady

Georgia's residential real estate market may not be booming, but it sure isn't declining. The real hot spots are on the coast, in the mountains and inside Atlanta's Perimeter.

March 2006
« Previous 1  ···  29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Next »
Edit Module
Edit Module