July 2013

Archive »Features

Quantity And Quality Outside The Perimeter

Quantity And Quality Outside The Perimeter

WellStar’s five hospitals, serving 1.4 million Georgians, performed more surgeries than any other system last year. Kennestone, the flagship facility, had more than 110,000 emergency room visits.

Published: July 2013
Flying High

Flying High

Q&A with Gulfstream Aerospace’s Larry Flynn

Published: July 2013
Come Together, Right Now

Come Together, Right Now

How the University System of Georgia turned eight institutions into four

Published: July 2013
Showcasing Innovation And Revitalization

Showcasing Innovation And Revitalization

Nine Georgia cities show off their finery

Published: July 2013
Sun Dancing

Sun Dancing

As Georgia’s solar capacity shoots skyward, a new state utility is proposed

Published: July 2013

Archive »Our State

Oconee County: Coming Into Its Own

Oconee County: Coming Into Its Own

Business And Agriculture

Published: July 2013
Blairsville | Union County: A Full-Service Community

Blairsville | Union County: A Full-Service Community

Positioned for development

Published: July 2013

Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: July 2013

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Engineered Floors’s $450-million investment in carpet plants in Whitfield and Murray counties, a jump in tourism dollars and more jobs in Valdosta.

Published: July 2013
Political Notes: July 2013

Political Notes: July 2013

An award for Rep. Jesse Stone, the Georgia Chamber salutes business-friendly legislators, and Handel’s making a run for the Senate.

Published: July 2013

Organizations: The Stuttering Foundation

Candice Dyer spotlights The Stuttering Foundation in St. Simons that works toward prevention and treatment.

Published: July 2013

Archive »Commentary

Sustainable Georgia: Linking Up In Houston

Sustainable Georgia: Linking Up In Houston

Houston and Atlanta share a big problem: sprawling poverty. The contrast between suburban blight and urban glitz was glaring.

Published: July 2013
Economy: The Banking Outlook

Economy: The Banking Outlook

Businesses need to spend more to improve productivity. As confidence in the economic situation slowly improves, the demand for loans should rise.

Published: July 2013
Georgia View: Making The Most Of Jekyll

Georgia View: Making The Most Of Jekyll

A steady number of Jekyll’s full-time residents and activists clamor against most any type of change or new development on the island.

Published: July 2013
Business Casual: The Glow Of The City Lights

Business Casual: The Glow Of The City Lights

The main factor in getting from wanting a new city to establishing one is economic feasibility – whether or not property taxes can support a city and its services.

Published: July 2013
Neely Young: Shame On Us

Neely Young: Shame On Us

It so happens that people of color think HB 87 targets them. And it does. Georgia is a racially diverse state, and we should be proud of it.

Published: July 2013

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Etienne Brasserie

Art Of The Meal: Etienne Brasserie

An Athens brasserie that combines a downtown slacker-student vibe with a more mature Parisian ethos of languid sipping and tasting.

Published: July 2013
Power Players: The Court Of Public Opinion

Power Players: The Court Of Public Opinion

UGA Grady College benefactor and communications guru Dick Yarbrough hopes the Chair of Crisis Communication Management he established will raise a generation of external counselors with skill and judgment.

Published: July 2013
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