Archive of: At Issue, Ben Young, Business Casual, Economy, Guest Commentary, Neely Young, Opinions

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Migration As History

Migration As History

Migration As History

June 2007
On The Cutting Edge

On The Cutting Edge

On The Cutting Edge

June 2007
Winning Words

Winning Words

Winning Words

June 2007
“Desal” Could Be The Answer

“Desal” Could Be The Answer

May 2007

Power Player

John Rice, CEO of Atlanta-based GE Infrastructure, has brought a deep corporate and personal commitment to his adopted hometown. He’s involved in cultural, educational and civic endeavors and he encourages his employees to be involved, too.

May 2007
Walking The Walk

Walking The Walk

No question, pedestrians ought to cross at intersections and wait for the light. But the reality is, they don’t – intersections in Atlanta are pretty far apart. Fortunately, pedestrian safety is drawing attention from a number of individuals and entities.

May 2007
The Longleaf Pine: Georgia's First Tree

The Longleaf Pine: Georgia's First Tree

Scientists at the Jones Research Center, on the site of a hunting preserve once owned by Coca-Cola’s Robert Woodruff, are working to restore the region’s longleaf pines and protect their ecosystems. They’d like to show landowners how to generate income from the forests even as they protect them.

April 2007
Economic Outlook Is Positive

Economic Outlook Is Positive

Georgia’s giant carpet manufacturing industry could have moved to Mexico, but industry leaders in Dalton put hometown loyalty ahead of Wall Street’s demands and decided to stay put.

April 2007
Customer-Service Purgatory

Customer-Service Purgatory

Feeling like a self-styled Ancient Mariner, reciting a tale to people who are paid to listen and trained to be polite and occasionally helpful.

April 2007
The Good Apples

The Good Apples

More than any other occupational group, teachers are often judged by the few bad apples rather than the bushels of good ones.

March 2007
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