Atlanta Photographer Focuses on Patagonia’s Ice Structures

Sometimes momentous, life-changing decisions can only be made in a single, radical moment – as Claude Wegscheider might tell you.

Give the Falcons Their Due

Coming off a spectacular blowout of last year’s Super Bowl winners last week and a convincing defeat of the Detroit Lions on Saturday to secure the No. 1 NFC seed and home field advantage throughout the playoffs, the Atlanta Falcons are arguably the team to beat this year.

A GSU J-School Requires Money & Time

There’s an old saying in America that nothing is certain but death and taxes. Put another way, everything revolves around time and money — and that’s true for Georgia State’s Journalism Program, too.

Photographer Captures Beauty of Ireland’s Seashore

For Irish photographer Daragh Muldowney, the inspiration for his latest collection of work, a close-up study of Ireland’s coastal rock pools, sand formations and shells, began as a child.

Lichtenstein: More Than a Tax Haven

Although only 62 square miles large and landlocked with a population of 35,000, Liechtenstein in Central Europe maintains the highest gross domestic product per capita of any country in the world.

Sao Paulo Seeks to Grow Its ‘Creative Economy’ With Atlanta Ties

Better known as a commercial and financial hub in Brazil, Sao Paulo doesn’t have the same reputation for creativity and the arts as other Brazilian cities like Rio de Janeiro and Salvador.

Visa Challenges Hold Back Foreign Entrepreneurs

Founding a startup company is never an easy proposition. Many fail early on, while only a handful ever gain the right mix of startup capital, talented employees and innovation required to make a small idea big.

Invest Atlanta Kicks Off Startup Initiative

Faced with strong domestic competition in cities like New York and Austin, Atlanta is hoping to draw on its strengths to lure a new wave of startup companies and entrepreneurs, officials from the city’s economic development agency announced Aug. 14.

Chambliss: Private Sector Should Drive Cyber Security

In an era when hostile governments or rogue computer hackers can potentially deal serious blows to the United States, private utility companies and not the government should be setting up the nation’s protective cyber security standards

Diaz Foods: Importer Weathers Economic ‘Perfect Storm’

Over more than 40 years, growing from a single grocery store on Atlanta‘s Fifth Avenue to a regional distributor in 25 states, wholesale supplier Diaz Foods has weathered its share of economic downturns.

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