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Neely Young: The Chosen Few

Neely Young: The Chosen Few

Of all the 236 members of the Georgia General Assembly, only a fraction really decide what gets done.

Published: February 2016
Neely Young: Leading with Humor

Neely Young: Leading with Humor

Honoring Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber’s Woody Woodside.

Published: January 2016
Neely Young: A Living Parable

Neely Young: A Living Parable

A parable on motherhood for the holiday season.

Published: December 2015
Neely Young: Russia's Twilight

Neely Young: Russia's Twilight

While many believe Russia is becoming a major power in the world while America’s influence is on the decline, others beg to differ.

Published: November 2015
Neely Young: The Robots Are Coming

Neely Young: The Robots Are Coming

A number of jobs have disappeared because they’ve been moved offshore or replaced by robotic technology. What will the jobs of the future be?

Published: October 2015
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Archive »Business Casual

Business Casual: The Grownups’ Table

Business Casual: The Grownups’ Table

As an adult, you don’t have the luxury of waiting for someone else to fix things, right wrongs and take responsibility. The ball is pretty much in your court.

Published: February 2016
Business Casual: Coming Home

Business Casual: Coming Home

In Athens, the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame was a heart-in-your-throat occasion.

Published: January 2016
Business Casual: Riding With History

Business Casual: Riding With History

Sites on the Civil Rights Tours Atlanta are palpable reminders of the complexity of the Civil Rights Movement.

Published: December 2015
Business Casual: A View From City Hall

Business Casual: A View From City Hall

Several of Georgia’s mayors recently came together to discuss consolidation, healthy competition and transportation.

Published: November 2015
Business Casual: A Bubble Wrap Conspiracy

Business Casual: A Bubble Wrap Conspiracy

Those in politics tend to insulate and isolate themselves from the world – perhaps they should get out a little bit more.

Published: October 2015
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Archive »Georgia View

Georgia View: Shake Your Sheriff’s Hand

Georgia View: Shake Your Sheriff’s Hand

Our men and women in blue must be prepared to make life-or-death decisions in a matter of seconds, and they deserve our thanks.

Published: February 2016
Georgia View: Additions, Not Subtractions

Georgia View: Additions, Not Subtractions

Stone Mountain is once again thrust into the national spotlight with discussions of adding a Freedom Bell on its summit.

Published: December 2015
Georgia View: Nuclear Redux

Georgia View: Nuclear Redux

Nuclear power has become an accepted and leading global energy source, with Plant Vogtle leading the charge.

Published: November 2015
Georgia View: Gwinnett Gets It

Georgia View: Gwinnett Gets It

While nowhere is perfect or has all the answers when dealing with the challenges of growth and shrinking budgets, Gwinnett gets it.

Published: October 2015
Georgia View: You're On Candid Camera

Georgia View: You're On Candid Camera

Police body cameras will become universal soon. The challenge lies in developing new laws and protocols to enhance the protection of the public without giving away the sometimes unintentionally embarrassing footage of routine stops.

Published: August 2015
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Archive »Economy

Economy: Savannah Soars

Economy: Savannah Soars

The coastal city’s growth prospects are some of the best in the nation.

Published: January 2016
Economy: Blue Skies Ahead

Economy: Blue Skies Ahead

The 2016 economic forecast for Georgia shows growth and new businesses on the horizon.

Published: December 2015
Economy: 2016 Prospects For Atlanta

Economy: 2016 Prospects For Atlanta

The state capital’s ongoing economic recovery is underpinned by population growth and a strong housing market.

Published: November 2015
Economy: Construction Comeback

Economy: Construction Comeback

The office, industrial, retail and government subsectors of the nonresidential construction industry will all see improvements into 2016.

Published: October 2015
Economy: On The Trading Floor

Economy: On The Trading Floor

It’s a mixed bag for the world of financial planners and stockbrokers.

Published: September 2015
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Archive »Sustainable Georgia

Sustainable Georgia: Get on the Bus

Sustainable Georgia: Get on the Bus

School systems increasingly bear more of the cost of transporting students to and from school, diverting much-needed dollars from the classroom.

Published: February 2016
Sustainable Georgia: Food For Thought

Sustainable Georgia: Food For Thought

Technology is tackling challenges in the social, health, environmental and educational realms.

Published: January 2016
Sustainable Georgia: Driving With The Sun

Sustainable Georgia: Driving With The Sun

The state’s first solar-powered electric vehicle charging station in West Point is a sci-fi dream come true.

Published: December 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Fighting Poverty

Sustainable Georgia: Fighting Poverty

Green infrastructure investments are helping to revitalize communities, providing them with accessibility and opportunity.

Published: November 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Sustainable Surprise

Sustainable Georgia: Sustainable Surprise

It’s fascinating to see sustainability turn up in surprising places through a combination of market dynamics, public policy and technological innovation.

Published: October 2015
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Archive »Guest Commentary

Guest Commentary: Doing The Right Thing

Guest Commentary: Doing The Right Thing

The decisions made by leaders in Georgia’s past got us where we are today, and what we choose to do today will lead us into the future.

Published: December 2015
Guest Commentary: One Neighborhood At A Time

Guest Commentary: One Neighborhood At A Time

Turning Atlanta’s East Lake Community around meant improving housing, education and quality of life. The problems were great, but so was the opportunity.

Published: June 2015
Commentary: Bo Callaway's Legacies

Commentary: Bo Callaway's Legacies

Bo Callaway left a number of important legacies, but Callaway Gardens is a gift Georgians – and the world – will cherish for generations.

Published: May 2014

Guest Commentary: A Legal Workforce

The heart of the new immigration law is to expand the use of the online federal e-verify requirements for businesses with 11 or more workers.

Published: January 2012

Commentary: A Vital Statistic

Published: January 2011
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