A downtown barbershop has moved into the Johnson Building, which was vacated last year by a locally owned music store.
A group of Atlanta entrepreneurs, economic development officials and others are at the annual technology and entertainment festival South by Southwest Interactive to market the region as a startup and mobile media hub.
NEW YORK - Municipal bonds are getting another chance. Money is flowing once again into muni-bond mutual funds, a turnaround from last year's exodus.
NEW YORK - Hackers are putting top technology executives under pressure. And this week's departure of Target's chief information officer in the wake of the company's data breach has only ratcheted up the stress.
Agents sold 5,606 homes last year, 9 percent higher than 2012. According to data collected throughout the years from the Greater Augusta Association of Realtors, the last time agents were able to sell 5,600 homes in a year was 2007.
Q: I think I should start doing more networking and wonder how to go about it. I've been in the workforce quite a long time so I have a lot of lapsed connections. A: Look for enjoyment in reaching out to people; let the benefits follow.
Many in the downtown business community are disappointed that two events, which collectively drew thousands of people near their stores during Masters Week, won't continue this April.
Seven U.S. senators penned a letter to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz urging him to continue construction at the Savannah River Site's mixed-oxide fuel fabrication facility until more's known about costs for alternative plutonium disposition methods.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced major cuts in his department's budget last month that would cut the $1.4 billion taxpayer subsidy military commissaries use to charge their customers less for merchandise.
Through the stroke of statistical revision, the Augusta metro area gained and then lost thousands of jobs.