Monthly Archives: January 2017

Falcons Win NFC Championship, Bid Adieu to Georgia Dome

As the Falcons rolled to a rather easy win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, the moment was bittersweet for fans of the Georgia Dome and those opposed to the building of the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Twenty-four years after … Continue reading

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Data Experts Talk Atlanta’s Future

As digital technology continues to filter around the wider economy, groups continue to sprout up that aim to connect people hoping to take full advantage of the tools available. One such group that has taken up residence in Atlanta at … Continue reading

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Perdue tabbed for Ag Secretary

After some weeks of waiting, it’s official, former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue has been picked by the Trump administration to lead the Department of Agriculture. According to the agricultural information services provider DTN/The Progressive Farmer, not since Franklin Roosevelt has … Continue reading

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Rep. Carter Introduces Resolution to Honor Georgia Native Justice Thomas

On Friday came the news that Georgia’s own Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will be administering the oath of office to Vice-President Elect Mike Pence. Thomas is a favorite amongst conservatives and Pence is considered by many to have been … Continue reading

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Atlanta Announces Next Step in Tech Economy

On Thursday, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Georgia Tech and the CEOs of ten of Atlanta’s top corporations announced the launch of Engage, an accelerator program and venture fund. Engage will be affiliated with the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), established … Continue reading

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