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

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Economy: Getting Schooled

Economy: Getting Schooled

A near doubling of the University System’s economic impact since FY 1990 represents a 98 percent growth – a gain that far outstrips inflation.

October 2013
Georgia View: An Ebbing Red Tide?

Georgia View: An Ebbing Red Tide?

There is unease within the GOP activist community, which leans well right of the political center on a wide range of issues.

October 2013
Business Casual: Are We There Yet?

Business Casual: Are We There Yet?

Among those who profess themselves “tired of hearing about” the Trayvon Martin case, you sense a weariness, a “Not that again, please” – as though the fact of wishing racism away should be enough.

October 2013
Neely Young: Hospitals Under Stress

Neely Young: Hospitals Under Stress

To offset reductions in federal Medicaid payments in Georgia, cost shifts will affect those of us who have medical insurance.

October 2013
Sustainable Georgia: Healthy Campus Eating

Sustainable Georgia: Healthy Campus Eating

Georgia colleges and their dining services are on top of the sustainability game, improving food choices and helping the environment.

September 2013
Economy: Risky Business

Economy: Risky Business

Property and casualty insurers are very likely to earn record levels of underwriting profits on personal lines in 2014 – barring catastrophic events.

September 2013
Georgia View: Here Comes Solar

Georgia View: Here Comes Solar

Even with prices dropping, solar is significantly more expensive than natural gas, coal, nuclear (once plants are operational) and some renewables.

September 2013
Business Casual: Bless Your Heart

Business Casual: Bless Your Heart

The South is not a homogenous place populated by people with uniform opinions and one-size-fits-all frames of reference.

September 2013
Neely Young: "I Spent It All"

Neely Young: "I Spent It All"

A few suggestions from an investment advisor on how to avoid the retirement trap – and maybe leave a little something behind for the next generations.

September 2013
Sustainable Georgia: River Research

Sustainable Georgia: River Research

In Augusta, the Southeastern Natural Sciences Academy is helping achieve a balance between a strong economy and a strong river system.

August 2013
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