The film company near Savannah has faced lawsuits from several former employees since a shakeup in early June.
Georgia Power is in the process of getting rid of two of its coal plants and replace them with natural gas units.
Savannah, Brunswick and Hinesville officials will go back to China on another trade mission in September.
With the economy rebounding and the oil spill spooking Gulf visitors, Georgia beaches prepare for an influx.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia has known since March that customers’ personal information had been accessible on-line over the previous five months. But it’s taken until this week for the state’s largest health insurance provider to notify 70-...
The rule change is especially important for Delta Air Lines Inc., which is mostly nonunion.
The jobs are expected to have a big impact in the rural Southeast Georgia county.
From middle, to east, and west Georgia, there’s good news when it comes to jobs heading to the state.
Southern Company today decided to accept $8.3 billion dollars in federal loan guarantees from the federal government. It’s the first such guarantee for new nuclear reactors in the United States in a generation.
State University Board of Regents Chancellor Errol B. Davis Jr. retired from the BP board April 15th, only five days before the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded.
Atlanta Gas Light wants its 1.5 million customers across the state to foot the bill to expand gas service into a resort community in Middle Georgia. It’s asking the Public Service Commission to approve the project.