The film company near Savannah has faced lawsuits from several former employees since a shakeup in early June.
 
A spokesman for LexisNexis, one of the nation's largest collectors of information about people and businesses, says the FBI is investigating an "intrusion" targeting the company's data. LexisNexis spokesman Stephen Brown said...
The Georgia Public Service Commission is holding a hearing next week on a proposed Georgia Power Rate Increase.Commission spokesman Bill Edge said Tuesday that the Oct. 1 hearing will feature a public comment session on the utility's plan to...
Gov. Nathan Deal is in Panama touring the major expansion underway of the Panama Canal and says the project there underscores the need for the Port of Savannah to deepen its shipping channel. Deal returns to Georgia on Tuesday.
A mid-50s government worker is nearing retirement and looking for a lower-paying job with less responsibility. But no one will hire her, even though she has two graduate degrees and decades of experience. Brandon Smith explains how to overcoming her...
An Atlanta church congregation has voted to accept the city's $14.5 million offer to relocate so the Atlanta Falcons can build a new stadium. Members of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church voted overwhelmingly Thursday in favor of accepting the offer for...
Georgia's unemployment rate has dropped to 8.7 percent. The Georgia Department of Labor early Thursday morning announced the new figure, which is the seasonally adjusted jobless rate for August. It is down from 8.8 percent in July.
A new report calls Georgia Power's Plant Scherer the "dirtiest" power plant in the nation in terms of carbon emissions.
Experts debated the speed of Georgia’s solar expansion Thursday at the 5th annual Southern Solar Summit at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
Richard Kopelman, Chairman of the Next Generation Manufacturing Conference, believes there are two main challenges for Georgia’s manufacturing companies: finding qualified workers and using government incentives effectively. “Eight-two percent of...
The drier conditions lately have been a welcome change for people across the state, especially those whose business depends on the weather. A small group of workers shoveled dirt recently on either side of a newly-poured sidewalk inside a new...