As the price of copper surges, so does the number of copper thefts from electricity transmission stations.
Power companies across the state are now offering hefty rewards for information about copper thieves.
State officials announced Thursday that ThyssenKrupp has chosen Fulton County as its new corporate headquarters The German company plans to invest $30 million to consolidate its North American technology services.
South Carolina environmental officials plan on saying no to a water quality certification necessary to deepen the Savannah harbor.
Georgia officials worry the denial could delay a project deemed critical for new jobs.
Georgia’s manufacturing index trended up in 2010. That comes out of the latest survey from Kennesaw State University's Econometric Center.
Despite a drop in inventory, a group of important factors rose in December. That included new orders, production, and employment.
Georgia has seen a boom in call centers this recession. The rise in low-paying jobs like these coupled with a decrease in manufacturing worries some.
Call centers have added about 1,700 jobs to Georgia’s economy in the past year. They pay from $8 to $13 an hour without benefits.
State lawmakers could take up legislation in the upcoming General Assembly dealing with Savannah harbor deepening.
But there's also another port-related project waiting in the wings that officials want action on.