Just 15 percent of Georgians spend more than $1,000 on holiday expenses, while 29 percent spend between $500 and $1,000 and 28 percent spend between $300 and $500.
Georgia has been named the No. 1 state in the nation in which to do business for the fourth consecutive year by Site Selection magazine, a leading economic development trade publication.
More than half of Americans say the news media is biased against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a new poll found.
Georgia’s lieutenant governor and the new head basketball coach of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are among the speakers scheduled to speak to the Buckhead Business Association (BBA) in November and December.
State Revenue Commissioner Lynnette T. Riley will address the Buckhead Business Association (BBA) during the organization’s breakfast meeting on Oct. 6.
Casinos seem to be an ever-present topic of conversation in Atlanta, particularly when the Georgia General Assembly convenes.
The Global Commerce Division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) helped create a total of 25,341 new jobs and generate $4.4 billion in investment during FY 16.
More motorists on the road means an increased demand for parking. While that is good news for parking operators, the uptick in vehicles and drivers is causing a parking crunch in many places.
Religious freedom legislation like North Carolina’s House Bill 2 poses a threat to Atlanta’s robust tourism industry, the head of Atlanta’s visitor’s bureau said today.
Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) President William Pate will address the Buckhead Business Association (BBA) on Thursday, Sept. 22.