The Marcus Foundation announced Tuesday that Dr. Jonathan W. Simons will join its team as its full-time medical director and chief science officer on Aug. 1
Atlanta did not fare too well in the Trust for Public Land’s 2021 ParkScore ranking. Of the 100 major U.S. cities, Atlanta ranked 49th compared to 40th last year.
A.D. “Pete” Correll, one of Atlanta’s most influential business leaders, died Tuesday afternoon after a long illness.
Seizing on the trend of immersive entertainment experiences, Atlanta-based Illuminarium Experiences is launching a state-of-the-art immersive global entertainment company.
The Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has selected Veronica Maldonado-Torres as its new president. She will begin her new role on June 1.
By Maria Saporta The sun broke through the clouds Tuesday afternoon when the Georgia World Congress Center Authority held an official ground-breaking ceremony for 975-room hotel that is being developed on the convention’s property next ...
Maria Saporta Atlanta’s preservation successes are few and far between. So, we should celebrate when buildings once slated to be demolished will be preserved and put to a great use. Georgia State University recently announced ...
Thanks to key corporate and philanthropic partners, Mercy Care soon will be able to expand its health care services to Atlantans who need it most.
In honor of its 135th birthday, the Coca-Cola Foundation announced Thursday morning $35 million in new grants – including a $20 million fund to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Deisha Barnett, the senior branding executive with the Metro Atlanta Chamber for nearly five years, will be leaving May 21 to join UPS as its vice president of strategic communications.
At long last, we have a president who understands the value of rail – both for passengers and freight.
In what is one of the most important corporate civic roles in Atlanta, Saadia Madsbjerg has been named as the new president of the Coca-Cola Foundation, beginning June 1.
Ryan Millsap, founder of Atlanta-based Blackhall Studios, announced Wednesday morning he has sold controlling interest in the company to a Los Angeles-based private equity firm – Commonwealth Group.