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Q&A: Israeli Startups Help Renew Coke’s Innovation Culture

by Mary Welch Last July, Coca-Cola Co. worked with the rebranded America-Israel Business Connector (conexx) in Atlanta along with other partners in Tel Aviv to help bridge the gap between Israeli entrepreneurs and global markets.  More

Should HSBC or Its Executives Be Penalized in the 'Swiss Leaks' Morass?

by Sridhar Ramamoorti and Joseph W. Koletar Sridhar Ramamoorti, who teaches accounting at Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business, and Joseph W. Koletar, a retired FBI senior executive and special agent who has served as principal and director for fraud investigations of Ernst & Young LLP and Deloitte & Touche LLP, last teamed up on a panel at the U.S. Commercial Service’s Discover Global Markets conference held in Atlanta on Nov. 5-6, 2014, to discuss corruption issues in Africa. More

Auto Manufacturers Make Safety Top Priority in Face of Recalls

by Phil Bolton | February 27, 2015 When you climb into your car, it’s hard to realize that you’re climbing into a heap of sand, glass, iron ore and petroleum. But those are its key components and it takes a lot to get them all together into a vehicle that is an integral part of modern life.  More
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DLA Piper Law Firm Gains Former Sen. Chambliss' Intelligence Experience

by Phil Bolton | February 25, 2015 Former U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, who after having served two decades in the Congress, joined the Atlanta office of the global law firm DLA Piper LLP in January. But his concern for the economic future of the country and its security is undiminished. More

Ireland Mourns Death of Former Coca-Cola President Don Keough

by Trevor Williams | February 24, 2015 Irish leaders are mourning the loss of Donald Keough, the former Coca-Cola Co. president and chief operating officer who helped make the Atlanta-based beverage giant into a more global brand but never forgot his roots, even those that stretched back into the 19th century.  More