September 2013

Archive »Features

Making A Comeback

Making A Comeback

Georgia’s banking industry is proving its resilience as survivors reshuffle the deck and out-of-staters enter the market.

Published: September 2013
Unintended Consequences

Unintended Consequences

There’s plenty of hope and uncertainty as Obamacare nears full implementation.

Published: September 2013
Energizing The Markets

Energizing The Markets

Q&A With IntercontinentalExchange’s Jeffrey Sprecher

Published: September 2013

Archive »Our State

Liberty County: Embracing Stability

Liberty County: Embracing Stability

Manufacturing and the military

Published: September 2013
Dalton | Whitfield County: Making Good Progress

Dalton | Whitfield County: Making Good Progress

A boost for manufacturing

Published: September 2013
Gwinnett County: The Future Is Now

Gwinnett County: The Future Is Now

Celebrating diversity, opportunity

Published: September 2013

Archive »Up Front

Political Notes: September 2013

Political Notes: September 2013

Michelle Nunn enters the U.S. Senate race on the Democratic side, and Eugene Yu is running on the Republican side.

Published: September 2013

Organizations: The Georgia Legacy Foundation

Candice Dyer’s Organizations focuses on the Georgia Legacy Foundation, which supports the state’s musicians.

Published: September 2013

Economic Development: September 2013

Christy Simo looks at economic development highlights from around the state, including an LMI Aerospace expansion in Savannah, more Atlanta jobs from Athenahealth and a new Yamaha assembly plant in Newnan.

Published: September 2013

Archive »Commentary

Sustainable Georgia: Healthy Campus Eating

Sustainable Georgia: Healthy Campus Eating

Georgia colleges and their dining services are on top of the sustainability game, improving food choices and helping the environment.

Published: September 2013
Economy: Risky Business

Economy: Risky Business

Property and casualty insurers are very likely to earn record levels of underwriting profits on personal lines in 2014 – barring catastrophic events.

Published: September 2013
Georgia View: Here Comes Solar

Georgia View: Here Comes Solar

Even with prices dropping, solar is significantly more expensive than natural gas, coal, nuclear (once plants are operational) and some renewables.

Published: September 2013
Business Casual: Bless Your Heart

Business Casual: Bless Your Heart

The South is not a homogenous place populated by people with uniform opinions and one-size-fits-all frames of reference.

Published: September 2013
Neely Young: "I Spent It All"

Neely Young: "I Spent It All"

A few suggestions from an investment advisor on how to avoid the retirement trap – and maybe leave a little something behind for the next generations.

Published: September 2013

Archive »Downtime

Power Players: Facilitator And Communicator

Power Players: Facilitator And Communicator

Silverman Construction Program Management’s Arnie Silverman says when his company serves as liaison with the developer, the architect and general contractor, communication is key.

Published: September 2013
Art Of The Meal: Antebellum Restaurant

Art Of The Meal: Antebellum Restaurant

In Flowery Branch, a restaurant featuring Southern cuisine feels both modern and mindful of a worthy food heritage.

Published: September 2013
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