May 2014

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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
Going Strong

Going Strong

Eight years after Kia announced its massive manufacturing plant in West Point, the region continues to see new industry moving in and more community reinvestment.

Published: May 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
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Archive »Our State

Forsyth County: The Changing Landscape

Forsyth County: The Changing Landscape

Rising home values, business expansions and healthcare.

Published: May 2014
Jackson County: Positive Momentum

Jackson County: Positive Momentum

Business-friendly government and quality education.

Published: May 2014
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: May 2014

Economic Development: May 2014

Christy Simo writes about Bainbridge Manufacturing expanding in Decatur County and more growth for Cherokee County’s Inalfa Roof Systems.

Published: May 2014

Organizations: Be Someone

Candice Dyer shows how the game of chess can help at-risk students through the Be Someone organization.

Published: May 2014

Political Notes: May 2014

Candidates hit the campaign trail, Gov. Deal is honored by the University System of Georgia Foundation, and more state funds for the port-deepening project in Savannah.

Published: May 2014
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Kiss My Grits

Neely Young: Kiss My Grits

Snow Jam 2014 proved that Georgia needs new road-building efforts to protect us from situations that place us in danger.

Published: May 2014
Business Casual: The Bullies' Pulpit

Business Casual: The Bullies' Pulpit

Some things don’t change much. Each spring you can count on pollen to make you miserable, and you can count on some of the old boys down at the Capitol to make you ashamed.

Published: May 2014
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
Economy: On The Upswing

Economy: On The Upswing

In Columbus, housing construction is on the upswing and the financial activities and hospitality sectors are growing again.

Published: May 2014
Sustainable Georgia: Reflecting On Our Past

Sustainable Georgia: Reflecting On Our Past

As the Georgia Historical Society installs new markers to commemorate anniversaries of the Civil War and the Civil Rights Act, let’s remember we’re still learning from our past.

Published: May 2014
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: St. Cecilia

Art Of The Meal: St. Cecilia

Ford Fry strikes again at St. Cecilia in Atlanta with a winning formula of fashion-forward food and a mindful conscience blended with a thorough understanding of what people want to eat.

Published: May 2014
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