A Georgia Lottery-funded study says, the state could generate about $1 billion a year with three casinos.
Some are calling the idea "dead on arrival." In fact, Gov. Nathan Deal has already nixed the idea.
Officials at Atlanta's airport say they expect 2,000 new jobs to be created as the result of a new international terminal now under construction.
The figure includes some jobs at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and others in surrounding hotels and related businesses.
Georgia officials will meet with South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control about the Savannah Harbor deepening project. The meeting comes after South Carolina rejected one of the project's permits.
Nearly 30 Huddle House restaurants in Georgia, Missouri and West Virginia must pay fines and back pay for workers after federal authorities found franchises had "significant" violations of labor laws, including breaking child labor laws.
A German company is set to open its headquarters and a wind turbine component manufacturing facility in Elberton. The governor’s office says the investment will equate to $10 million, and create 200 new jobs over five years.
Lake Lanier’s water level stands only nine feet above its historic low of a few years ago. As a new drought tightens its grip on the state, some communities are taking action.
Most of Georgia is now classified as in extreme drought.
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler is proposing cuts in some unemployment benefits next year. That would allow the state to repay a $700 million federal loan it took out to keep the unemployment trust fund afloat. Critics say the state should instead ask employers to contribute.
Georgia will open a second trade office in China. Governor Nathan Deal made the announcement from Beijing on Wednesday.
Deal and his economic development team are in the midst of a six-day, five-city trip to boost Georgia’s economic development with China and South Korea.