A company that helps small businesses process credit and debit card transactions announced Thursday that it will hire as many as 100 people to staff its new customer service center in Aiken.
ATLANTA - Augusta's economy is on a roll, Gov. Sonny Perdue said Saturday.
Eight months after announcing it would bring 1,000 jobs to Augusta, New Jersey-based Automatic Data Processing Inc. on Monday officially threw open the doors to its "solutions center."
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The hallways of the Doubletree Hotel were as congested as the parking lot with T-Mobile processing 200 people an hour during its job fair Wednesday.
With cameras flashing, they poured onto the red carpet Thursday morning, greeted by clapping and cheers.
T-Mobile's announcement to build a 750-employee call center in Augusta gave a pleasant case of dj vu to community leaders attending the VIP-filled news conference Friday.
Wireless communications provider T-Mobile will develop a customer service center in Augusta that will create 750 jobs, company officials confirmed Thursday.
NEW YORK - The biggest goal at Automatic Data Processing Inc., which processes pay for one of every six private sector workers in the United States, is returning to the growth of the past.
Months after Automatic Data Processing Inc. announced it would bring 1,000 jobs to Augusta within five years, interest in the New Jersey-based company hasn't waned.
It will be at least six months before Augusta will get word on whether a Florida-based call center company will bring 350 jobs to the city.
Richmond County economic developers have offered up to $30 million in financing to attract a West Coast company despite knowing nothing about the firm.
ATLANTA - The Augusta metro area will continue to add jobs but will see a slowdown as the state's economy takes a dip next year, one economist predicted Wednesday.
Standing before nearly 100 local business leaders and officials Friday morning, Gov. Sonny Perdue announced that New Jersey-based Automatic Data Processing Inc. will arrive in Augusta with several ...
Thanks to months-long negotiations, a New Jersey company is expected to create 1,000 jobs and invest millions in a "business solutions center" in Augusta by next year.