October 2012

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2012 40 Under 40: The Best & Brightest

2012 40 Under 40: The Best & Brightest

Our 16th annual roster of high achievers from business, government, education, the arts and nonprofits

Published: October 2012
Gateways To Higher Education

Gateways To Higher Education

Private schools put a lot of effort into college counseling for their students.

Published: October 2012
A Boost For Bioscience

A Boost For Bioscience

A growing life sciences industry is improving the health of Georgia’s economy and the health of people worldwide.

Published: October 2012
2012 Family Business Awards

2012 Family Business Awards

Winners of this year’s competition, sponsored by Kennesaw State University’s Cox Family Enterprise Center.

Published: October 2012
Showcasing Agriculture

Showcasing Agriculture

Fairs and expos mean economic development

Published: October 2012
Art By Design

Art By Design

The Savannah College of Art and Design has helped rejuvenate Savannah. Its new museum continues that tradition.

Published: October 2012
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Archive »Our State

Athens/Clarke County: Class Moves

Athens/Clarke County: Class Moves

A big manufacturing win

Published: October 2012
Georgia 400: The Road More Traveled

Georgia 400: The Road More Traveled

Top companies and technology

Published: October 2012
Gainesville/Hall County: Still Growing

Gainesville/Hall County: Still Growing

New business, new residents

Published: October 2012
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Archive »Up Front

Political Notes: October 2012

Political Notes: October 2012

Metro Atlanta chair races, confusion in Clayton and Barge comes out against the charter school amendment.

Published: October 2012

Economic Development: October 2012

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including manufacturing in Bartow County and biotech in Oakwood

Published: October 2012

Organizations: Go, Eat, Give

Candice Dyer focuses on a nonprofit called “Go, Eat, Give,” which arranges vacations that combine volunteering with cooking instruction.

Published: October 2012
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Archive »Commentary

Georgia View: A Poll Reversal

Georgia View: A Poll Reversal

Voters like the idea of limiting lobbyists’ gifts to lawmakers, but how effective would a ban or cap actually be?

Published: October 2012
Sustainable Georgia: Healthy Schools

Sustainable Georgia: Healthy Schools

What does a green school look like? Most of them are LEED certified, including more than 80 in Georgia.

Published: October 2012
Economy: Shaping Infinity

Economy: Shaping Infinity

One job out of every 40 in Georgia owes its existence to life sciences – the industry itself, research and development or the presence of the CDC in Atlanta.

Published: October 2012
Business Casual: The Old Digital Divide

Business Casual: The Old Digital Divide

The Red & Black flap last summer was a classic generational confrontation. The tweeting student journalists owned the story from the beginning, and it helped that they were right.

Published: October 2012
Neely Young: GOP Convention Report

Neely Young: GOP Convention Report

Alec Poitevint ran the convention, state Attorney General Sam Olens spoke and lots of other Georgians turned up to watch and listen.

Published: October 2012
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Past Present

Art Of The Meal: Past Present

An old-school “American plan” inn, where everyone sits down for dinner at the same time. The quality and culinary skill displayed in the cooking is impressive.

Published: October 2012
Power Players: Finding Better Ways

Power Players: Finding Better Ways

Future Products Corporation’s Patti Gilmer brought her company’s manufacturing jobs back home from China.

Published: October 2012
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