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How To Fix An Incompetent Direct-Report

How To Fix An Incompetent Direct-Report

Dave was a small business owner. His business, like many, had been hit hard by the recession. Doing business the way it had been done before just wasn’t going to work anymore. He needed to...

WORKING: Forget Your Resume - Where's Your Website?

WORKING: Forget Your Resume - Where's Your Website?

More and more career advisers say job-seekers need a personal website to stand out—the standard resume just isn’t enough anymore. The argument is that having a unique website dedicated to a...

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A new CEO and board chairman are taking over at Medient Studios in Savannah. The film production company confirms in a conference call with shareholders Thursday that founder Manu Kumaran is out as...
Officials with Medient Studios are still declining to comment on a statement by founder and board chairman Manu Kumaran, who tells GPB he’s been forced out of the company based near Savannah. The...
Heather Henley of Do Savannah and Amy Brock of Visit Savannah offer their suggestions for a fun-filled Father’s Day weekend in Savannah. Amy’s picks: -Paula Deen fans can meet Savannah’s celebrity...
BREAKING: Manu Kumaran, founder and CEO of Medient Studios near Savannah, says in a statement to GPB Savannah that he's been ousted from the company. Medient officials so far are declining to...
In this week’s Connect Savannah, Editor-in-Chief Jim Morekis looks at the winners and losers in the allegations of extortion and gambling against former Savannah-Chatham Police Chief Willie Lovett....
Most African Americans living in the South before the Civil War were enslaved. But what may not be as well-known is the history of free African Americans in places like Savannah. Dr. Whittington...
The former chief of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police department says he’s not guilty of several federal crimes. A seven-count grand jury indictment made public Thursday charges former Chief...
Connect Savannah Community Editor Jessica Leigh Lebos and Downtown Business Association President Ruel Joyner preview events coming up this weekend, from blues to arts to history. Jessica's picks: -...
A new project on the City of Savannah's website is shedding light on a little-known corner of slavery's history here: the work slaves did for the city itself. The city's Research Library and...
Close to 100 homeless residents of Savannah have just a few weeks to find new places to live. The city wants people living in several makeshift campsites on the city’s east side to move to make way...