Arthur Blank’s soon-to-be-released book – Good Company – is a treasure-trove of secrets for business and life. Blank, a co-founder of the Home Depot and owner of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United, shares his ...
Susan Shows, senior vice president of the Georgia Research Alliance since 2008 and with the organization since 2001, has been named its new president by the board of the public-private entity, effective Sept. 1.
What an amazing turnaround. Black-led arts organizations heralded the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta support for diversity in its latest round of funding through its Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund.
It’s an ambitious goal – to make Georgia the technology hub of the East Coast.
By Maria Saporta In an effort to respond to growing demand and to improve how it distributes food in the region, the Atlanta Community Food Bank Thursday officially opened its first “company-owned” Community Food Center. ...
By Maria Saporta Atlanta has lost one of its true Southern gentlemen with the passing of R. Randall Rollins, the chairman of Rollins Inc. Randall Rollins, 88, died Aug. 17 after a short illness, according ...
As we approach the Nov. 3 General Election, Georgia’s reputation is at stake. Already, Georgia was hit with a ton of negative national headlines during the June 9th primary elections as voters faced a number of ...
The 2020 National Philanthropy Day will be unlike all previous Philanthropy Days. Not surprisingly, the annual event will be an online, interactive event on Oct. 29 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In its latest round of grants, the Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund awarded a total of $1.125 million to 10 local organizations in response to the region’s needs as a result of COVID-19.
For decades, the Chattahoochee River has been an undervalued amenity and unrealized opportunity for the Atlanta region. But that’s about to change.
Four communities – Clayton County, Sandy Springs, Savannah and Valdosta – received new grants from Georgia Tech’s Smart Community Challenge Thursday.
Back when I was a student at Grady High School, I remember my Georgia history teacher pointing to a sentence in our textbook that said Henry Grady was a great Southerner and orator.
Political consultant James Carville is issuing a challenge to Georgia’s corporate community: Make sure Georgia holds fair elections on Nov. 3.
United Way Worldwide and UPS are ramping up their efforts to fight human trafficking just in time for United Nation’s World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on July 30.
It’s an awkward time to bear the name – Henry Grady. Just ask Henry Grady III, the great, great grandson of Henry Grady, champion of the “New South” movement launched in the 1880s.
Although there won’t be a “Beloved Benefit” gala this year, the initiative will launch special programming for 2020.
Going into its second week of filming, Tyler Perry Studios is setting a standard of how to run a movie studio during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Atlantan Kelly Dolan will become the next president and CEO of the Chicago-based Ronald McDonald House Charities on Dec. 8.
It felt like a gut punch. Losing C.T. Vivian and John Lewis on the same day – July 17 – was almost too much to bear. The phrase I kept repeating in my head was: ...
By Maria Saporta Another civil rights legend has left us. Rev. Cordy Tindell “C.T.” Vivian, 95, passed away Friday morning, according to Don Rivers, his close friend and business partner. A close associate of Martin ...