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Is the increase in Georgia's unemployment numbers a seasonal blip or the continuation of a trend tied to a lack of skilled workers?
Total Quality Logistics is investing $1 million into a new Atlanta facility over the next three years.
As a condition of the agreement, neither the company nor the owner had to confirm or refute their guilt in the matter.
The new restaurant will be on Northside Drive.
Georgia film and TV productions include “The Walking Dead,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 & 2,” and more.
The menu features smokehouse favorites and an eclectic drinks bar.
The manufacturer is offering a free kit to eliminate the strangulation risk.
Midtown's Fadó Irish Pub will join its sister pub in Buckhead as the top St. Patrick's Day celebration destinations in Atlanta.
The electric car company has plans to expand its business to downtown Atlanta within three to four months.
The hotel recently underwent a $20 million renovation and re-branding.
Help celebrate Your Pie's grand opening by chowing down on some free or inexpensive pizza.
The three-level driving range is billed as a premier entertainment venue in West Midtown.
The business solutions arm of the telecom company cites a need to expand as their primary reason for moving from the area.
A trio of new applications are on the agenda for the Development Review Committee to discuss.
Keurig and Atlanta-based Coca-Cola announced a partnership in February to offer Coke products in the new single-cup brewing system.
Krog Street Market readies to open in Inman Park this summer.
The renovated Midtown hotel includes technology upgrades, a second business center, and suites with kitchens.
University House Midtown will include 268 units, 706 beds and 10,526 square feet of retail on the northeast side of campus in Midtown.
State’s jobless rate remained unchanged last month following nine consecutive months of decline.
Buckhead Atlanta's first retailers and restaurants will begin opening their doors this September. Retailers will continue to open through the holiday season and in early 2015.