Archive »Business & Industry

Growing Green

Growing Green

The state is making strides and receiving accolades for its environmental efforts but still faces challenges and untapped potential.

Published: August 2014
Play Ball

Play Ball

In cities across Georgia, minor league baseball teams are having a major league economic impact.

Published: August 2014
Not Your Ma’s Bell

Not Your Ma’s Bell

AT&T has upped the entrepreneurial energy of Atlanta with the opening of two new high-tech studios.

Published: August 2014
Popping the Cap on Georgia’s Craft Brew Industry

Popping the Cap on Georgia’s Craft Brew Industry

Cracking open the state’s burgeoning beer and microdistillery scenes.

Published: July 2014
Ready For Take Off

Ready For Take Off

The Atlanta Aerotropolis Alliance promotes airport proximity and promises to create a thriving business district south of the city.

Published: July 2014

Archive »Economic Development

Increasing Development

Increasing Development

In a little over a decade, the number of Community Improvement Districts has exploded – growing from just a handful in the early 2000s to 22 today with more on the horizon

Published: August 2014
Deep in the  Heart and Soul of Georgia

Deep in the Heart and Soul of Georgia

A tour that showcases the best of downtown development is reworked to provide city officials an in-depth education.

Published: August 2014
Popping the Cap on Georgia’s Craft Brew Industry

Popping the Cap on Georgia’s Craft Brew Industry

Cracking open the state’s burgeoning beer and microdistillery scenes.

Published: July 2014
Ready For Take Off

Ready For Take Off

The Atlanta Aerotropolis Alliance promotes airport proximity and promises to create a thriving business district south of the city.

Published: July 2014
Striking At The Heart Of Georgia

Striking At The Heart Of Georgia

Stories old and new pay tribute to the 150th anniversary of the Civil War across the state.

Published: June 2014

Archive »Education

Community Building In College Towns

Community Building In College Towns

Groups in three Georgia cities have found different ways to bridge town and gown to create strong, diverse neighborhoods.

Published: July 2014
Striking At The Heart Of Georgia

Striking At The Heart Of Georgia

Stories old and new pay tribute to the 150th anniversary of the Civil War across the state.

Published: June 2014
Where The Students Are

Where The Students Are

From philanthropic efforts and international experience to new ways to teach and learn, today’s MBA programs are both relevant and accessible.

Published: May 2014
Embracing Change

Embracing Change

The Technical College System of Georgia is adapting to changing needs and encouraging industries new to the state to hire local workers.

Published: April 2014
Against All Odds

Against All Odds

How and why some Georgia schools are succeeding in spite of economic challenges.

Published: December 2013

Archive »Environment

Growing Green

Growing Green

The state is making strides and receiving accolades for its environmental efforts but still faces challenges and untapped potential.

Published: August 2014
When Powers Combine

When Powers Combine

A Q&A with Laura Turner Seydel on environmental education and stewardship.

Published: June 2014
Treasure, Not Trash

Treasure, Not Trash

How recycling pays big dividends

Published: August 2013
A Water Update

A Water Update

The war may be over, but there are more battles ahead

Published: November 2012
Corporate Sustainability

Corporate Sustainability

The state’s greenest companies focus on people, planet and profit. Plus, corporate sustainability rankings.

Published: May 2012

Archive »Health Care

Partnering For Patient Care

Partnering For Patient Care

At a time when going it alone often means going under, many Georgia hospitals are finding strength in numbers.

Published: June 2014
Help And Hope

Help And Hope

When it comes to finding a cure for childhood cancer, Georgia is leading the charge.

Published: April 2014
Reducing The Risk

Reducing The Risk

Treatment guidelines are improving cardiovascular care in Georgia, with more cutting-edge treatments on the horizon.

Published: February 2014
NURSING HOMES: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT FIT

NURSING HOMES: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT FIT

How to find the right fit. Plus, Georgia’s five-star nursing homes.

Published: January 2014

Georgia Hospital Rankings 2013

Published: December 2013

Archive »People

New Strategies For Job Creation

New Strategies For Job Creation

Q&A with Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Hala Moddelmog

Published: August 2014
Q&A with A.J. Robinson

Q&A with A.J. Robinson

Atlanta’s city center is bustling again, with more changes on the horizon.

Published: July 2014
When Powers Combine

When Powers Combine

A Q&A with Laura Turner Seydel on environmental education and stewardship.

Published: June 2014
2014 Most Respected Business Leader

2014 Most Respected Business Leader

2014 Most Respected Business Leader Will Harris is running a profitable enterprise while changing the world.

Published: May 2014
Back From The Brink

Back From The Brink

A Q&A with Synovus CEO and Chairman Kessel Stelling.

Published: April 2014

Archive »Sports & Leisure

2013 Silver Spoon Awards

2013 Silver Spoon Awards

The Year Of The Upstart

Published: November 2013
Rising Up

Rising Up

With a new stadium coming, the Atlanta Falcons set their flight pattern for the future

Published: August 2013
Good Sports

Good Sports

Private schools are winning big on the playing fields.

Published: October 2011
Georgia's Season In The Sun

Georgia's Season In The Sun

Atlanta hosts this year’s PGA Championship, bolstering a golf industry that has a $5.1-billion impact on the state’s economy.

Published: August 2011
Bragging Rights

Bragging Rights

The best high school football rivalries are long-running little civil wars.

Published: August 2010
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