A Nevada judge has effectively shut down the business operations of a Savannah film studio, a month after a shakeup at the company. The judge in Nevada’s Second Judicial District Court has granted a temporary restraining order against Medient Studios at the request of ousted CEO Manu Kumaran. The injunction prohibits Medient from issuing new stock, spending money belonging to the company, signing new contracts,or “any and all other business operations involving Medient.” A hearing in the case is scheduled for July 23 in Reno, Nevada.
 
Susan’s boss gathered the team and took them to a long lunch. Then they stopped a nearby fashion accessories store to do a little shopping. All of this happened during the workday. Susan feels guilty about shopping during work and is uncomfortable...
Thousands of Georgians wrapped up their Thanksgiving meal and then hit the stores as Black Friday bled into Thursday evening this year. Shoppers lined up well before 6 p.m. Thursday at the Mount Berry Square Mall in Rome for deals on footwear, more...
Georgia farmers sent nearly three times as many peanuts oversees this year than in 2012, though that figure may be a little deceptive. While it's true there are new foreign markets opening up to Georgia peanuts, this enormous year-over-year...
Georgians looking to pick up some extra work for the holidays probably won’t see more opportunity to do that this year than in recent years. Retailers are forecasting about 20,000 seasonal jobs in Georgia for October, November and December,...
As you begin your holiday shopping—perhaps Thanksgiving night or Black Friday—you can expect to find some great deals this year. Retailers are fighting harder to get customers and that means more sales. Kyle Jackson, Georgia State Director of the...
Some new research tells us that using a lot of direct eye contact isn’t always a good idea. The study found speakers with a strong opinion about a controversial topic have less chance of persuading someone who disagrees if they make direct eye...
Sixty thousand of Georgia’s nearly 10 million residents will see the cost of their healthcare coverage increase under the Affordable Care Act. That’s according to a report released Thursday by the liberal healthcare consumer watchdog Families USA....
Georgia’s year-over-year job growth rate in August outperformed the nation’s, according to a new economic report. But the state still has a way to go to make up for the jobs lost in the recession.
Advocates are still brainstorming ways to save the historic Tremont Baptist Church in downtown Macon. The congregation wants to sell the property to a developer who has plans to demolish the building and build a Dunkin Donuts in its place.
The Ogeechee Riverkeeper, state environmental officials and a Screven County textile mill have settled their legal disputes on the Ogeechee River. A series of announcements Wednesday ends two years of wrangling that followed the state's...