Archive of: Economy

Title Issue
Economy: Retail Rebound

Economy: Retail Rebound

Large retailers will gain at the expense of smaller ones, and discount retailers will gain at the expense of mid-price and luxury retailers.

June 2013
Economy: Growing Fast, At Last

Economy: Growing Fast, At Last

The massive restructuring of Georgia’s private sector is now complete, and the state has landed some large relocation and expansion projects.

May 2013
Economy: Information, Please

Economy: Information, Please

Spending on information services will grow much faster than state GDP in 2013.

March 2013
Economy: February 2013

Economy: February 2013

The private sector has done most of the restructuring that was needed, so the economy is broadening.

February 2013
Economy: The National Outlook

Economy: The National Outlook

There’s lots of uncertainty in many critical federal government policy areas, including the budget, the tax code and regulation.

January 2013
Economy: The Slow Recovery

Economy: The Slow Recovery

Government spending and employment will decline sharply. The nastiest declines at the federal level have yet to occur.

December 2012
Economy: The A-Team Report

Economy: The A-Team Report

Checking in with Atlanta, Albany, Athens and Augusta for an update on their economic prospects.

November 2012
Economy: Shaping Infinity

Economy: Shaping Infinity

One job out of every 40 in Georgia owes its existence to life sciences – the industry itself, research and development or the presence of the CDC in Atlanta.

October 2012
Economy: Hispanic Economic Clout

Economy: Hispanic Economic Clout

In sheer dollar power, U.S. Hispanics’ economic clout rose to $1.2 trillion in 2012.

September 2012
Economy: Supporting The Port

Economy: Supporting The Port

One out of every 12 Georgia jobs is in some way dependent on the state’s deepwater ports. Each of the 159 counties benefits.

August 2012
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