The Port of Savannah moved more than 3,000,000 containers for the first time in a single fiscal year.
 
Many entrepreneurs hope to strike it rich. But a group of them in a small community outside of Atlanta are working on a smaller scale. They are refugees starting businesses to serve Clarkston's global village. To get their ideas off the ground...
The Augusta Warrior Project is having such great results helping veterans that it’s getting national recognition. The number of homeless vets in Augusta and Aiken, South Carolina has dropped from 195 to six. The Project has also helped 185 vets find...
Deer season is underway in Georgia, and hunters looking to donate their kill once again have an easy option. The Georgia Hunters for the Hungry program is back, allowing hunters to drop off their deer with designated processors. The federation...
How many times have you walked in the door and said to your partner, “You’re not going to believe what happened at work today...”? A listener named Susan wonders if employees are breaking the confidentiality your employer expects when they do that,...
Women make up about half of the nation’s workforce and more than half of all professional and manager-level jobs, according to federal data. But they fill just a small percentage of executive-level jobs and corporate board seats. Former Southern Co...
People working in Georgia's largest industry are waiting as Congress struggles to pass a farm bill. The sweeping package of agricultural subsidies has been in limbo since the summer, when House Republicans voted to remove funding for the food...
Working long hours seems like the norm in our ever-connected society. You may put in 10 or 12 hours a day, then do email or other work at home late into the evening. Career and workplace consultant Brandon Smith says working all those hours actually...
Savannah is taking off as a beer town. And that's prompting officials to take a new look at the city's drinking laws. Savannah is one of the few cities where people can drink downtown in public year-round.
The news of apparent recovery has come frequently from northwest Georgia’s flooring industry in recent months. The region’s economy remains heavily reliant on flooring. State economic development officials say they focus more on diversifying Georgia...
The U.S. House voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to authorize spending for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. State officials hailed the vote as a major breakthrough for the state's top federal priority. But some opponents still say the...