May 2012

Archive »Features

Reinventing  Business Education

Reinventing Business Education

Georgia’s MBA programs are changing with the times.

Published: May 2012
Corporate Sustainability

Corporate Sustainability

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

Published: May 2012
Expanding Global Capacity

Expanding Global Capacity

Hartsfield-Jackson’s new International Terminal, set to open this month, gives the airport 12 new international gates and a new front door.

Published: May 2012
Smooth Sailing

Smooth Sailing

Georgia’s credit unions have grown and prospered during difficult economic times

Published: May 2012
Giving Back

Giving Back

Architect Robert L. Brown Jr. has spent his career combining business and social responsibility

Published: May 2012

Archive »Our State

White County: Brightening Prospects

White County: Brightening Prospects

Adding technology to tourism

Published: May 2012
Walton County: Successful Transition

Walton County: Successful Transition

A focus on the next steps

Published: May 2012
Albany/Dougherty County: Good Business Moves

Albany/Dougherty County: Good Business Moves

Relocations, acquisitions, expansions

Published: May 2012

Archive »Up Front

Political Notes: May 2012

Political Notes: May 2012

Ups, Downs and In-Betweens

Gold Dome winners, Rep. Stacey Abrams on collaboration and competition, and Georgia earns an “F.”

Published: May 2012

Organizations: St. Jude’s Recovery Center

Candice Dyer highlights St. Jude’s Recovery Center, celebrating 50 years of alcohol and drug addiction treatment.

Published: May 2012

Economic Development: May 2012

Christy Simo writes about economic development around the state, including a new Dinex Group plant coming to Dublin-Laurens County and a WellStar hospital planned for Hiram.

Published: May 2012

Archive »Commentary

Sustainable Georgia: Eye On The Bottom Line

Sustainable Georgia: Eye On The Bottom Line

It makes good sense for fleet- oriented companies like UPS and Delta to incorporate sustainability into their mission.

Published: May 2012
Economy: A Focus On Columbus

Economy: A Focus On Columbus

Home prices are holding up better in Columbus than at either the state or national level.

Published: May 2012
Georgia View: Showing Your ID

Georgia View: Showing Your ID

Not surprisingly, no voter ID challenges have been filed in states with a Democratic governor or majority in their legislative branch.

Published: May 2012
Business Casual: Women And Their Issues

Business Casual: Women And Their Issues

The boys’ club at the Capitol has really done it this time. A lot of women are mad. Really mad.

Published: May 2012
Neely Young: Jekyll Island Is Back

Neely Young: Jekyll Island Is Back

Many people still in the newspaper business today raised their families together going to the island for the Georgia Press Association annual convention.

Published: May 2012

Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Going To Seed

Cobb County’s Seed Kitchen & Bar offers homey sophistication, good food and terrific service.

Published: May 2012
Sports Legends: First Lady Of Football

Sports Legends: First Lady Of Football

Barbara Dooley is her own woman – and always has been

Published: May 2012
Power Players: Banking On His Hometown

Power Players: Banking On His Hometown

Polk County’s Larry Kuglar spent his career as a community banker and community advocate.

Published: May 2012
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