Archive of: Business Industry

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Packaging Progress

The challenges of disaster relief in the wake of last year's devastating hurricane season prompted one Newnan entrepreneur to think anew about the packaging and distribution of water

January 2006
Georgia’s Wine Country

Georgia’s Wine Country

Increasingly, Georgia winemakers are producing wines that are creating interest and gaining acceptance - while the wineries themselves provide a nice boost for local tourism. As the industry continues to grow and prosper, the number of wineries is likely to double. Plus, a taste of Georgia wines and a Georgia wineries guide.

December 2005
Live From Georgia

Live From Georgia

From reporters who risk it all to get the story to anchors as familiar and trusted as a longtime neighbor, Georgia's leading TV newspeople are in a class by themselves.

November 2005

Cutting-Edge Techniques

Georgia's medical centers are becoming regional - even national - leaders in treating tumors and other problems of the brain.

November 2005
Moving Things Along

Moving Things Along

Logistics may be the most important industry you've never heard of. It's responsible for 85,000 jobs and an annual payroll of $4.2 billion in Metro Atlanta.

March 2004
The Georgia Grapevine

The Georgia Grapevine

The state's small but growing wine industry is a boon for tourism — despite some lingering blue laws.

July 2003
Tough Times For Philanthropy

Tough Times For Philanthropy

Government support is dwindling, corporate and individual donations are down. How Georgia nonprofits are coping.

June 2003
Best Companies For Women - What Women Want

Best Companies For Women - What Women Want

Smart companies know that helping employees balance homelife and worklife pays handsome dividends.

December 2002
The Book Business - Everything But Money

The Book Business - Everything But Money

Book publishing in Georgia is a bittersweet business. For every happy tale of authors signing lucrative, multi-book deals with large New York houses or selling film rights to their work, there are stories of smaller state-based publishers who discovered them, loved them and published them but didn't have the money to keep them.

September 2002
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