Banking regulators have told a relatively well-performing Savannah bank to reduce its troubled assets.
The agreement between the The Savannah Bank and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency reflects just how far Georgia banks have to recover from the Great Recession.
One of northwest Georgia's largest carpet companies has announced that it will close a manufacturing facility in Dalton, known for decades as the nation's carpet capital.
The Daily Citizen reports that the closing of Shaw's plant on Riverbend Drive will result in 270 layoffs.
Federal regulators are suing 11 insiders at a failed Georgia bank, accusing them of gross negligence.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. accuses the executives and directors of Alpha Bank & Trust, in Alpharetta, of sloppy lending practices.
The owner of a Southeast Georgia gas station chain is suing Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black.
The legal tiff is over discount gas prices.
When you drive up to one of 25 Parker's Markets, you see two prices.
One is the regular price for gas.
The US Senate is debating legislation to impose sanctions on China for undervaling its currency.
While many in Georgia politics are stridently for or against the proposal, many in Georgia business have more complicated views.
The annual Georgia National Fair kicks off its 22nd year in Perry, Georgia Thursday.
The event is expected to have economic impact in Middle Georgia and beyond. Michele Treptow is Director of Communications for the fair: