Some career advisers say a personal website chronicling your work is better—and more dynamic—than a resume nowadays. The argument is that having a unique website dedicated to a job-seekers’ career accomplishments and work examples helps build a tightly focused, controlled brand. Brandon Smith, GPB’s regular commentator on work and career issues, said the personal website has a place—just not for everyone.
Regulators have shut down two small banks in Georgia, making six banks that have failed in the state this year.
Delta Airlines is facing the largest fine that's not safety-related in the history of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Unusually cold winter means peaches and blueberries have had enough cold temperatures to produce fruit. Warm weather could make this happen early. Late freeze could be damaging.
President Obama's budget released this morning includes about $600,000 for the engineering phase of the Savannah harbor deepening. But that's only a fraction of the millions of dollars that state officials were seeking. State officials...
State lawmakers from Augusta and Savannah want to renew a tax-exemption for airplane parts.
Coca-Cola says it had strong growth in last year’s fourth-quarter and for the full year of 2010.
Georgia’s timber industry is worth $28 billion a year. While tax easements are an incentive to keep forests, timber is Georgia’s second-largest industry and is growing.
The Census Bureau reports that the number of black-owned businesses in Georgia doubled between 2002 and 2007. Georgia is second only to New York in the number of businesses run by African-Americans.
US Army Corp of Engineers officials plan to release more information about how deepening the Savannah harbor will effect the city's drinking water. The Corp is revising a report on the project's evironmental effects. Savannah's top...
Two metro Atlanta communities are using federal grant money to study the possibility of building high-speed rail lines. They're projects that could tie-in to the bigger transit projects already being studied in Georgia.