Funding from Atlanta sought to scale beyond first field in Rwanda

Courtesy: Energiya Global

Jerusalem-based Energiya Global has built the first commercial-scale solar field in Rwanda with backing from the U.S. government. 


Commerce Secretary Pritzker to Headline Week of Africa Forums in Atlanta

by Trevor Williams | October 27, 2014 U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker is to visit Atlanta Nov. 5-6 to keynote a conference highlighting the growing commercial ties between the U.S. and Africa.  More

Vanderlande Invests in Warehouse Automation Technology

by Phil Bolton | October 27, 2014 Vanderlande Industries B.V., the Dutch firm with its U.S. headquarters in Marietta, has announced its acquisition of Smatec GmbH, a warehouse automation technology developer based in Bielefeld, Germany. More
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Jewish Shop Aims to Keep Its New Home Downtown

by Raquel Valdez ModernTribe, a local shop selling Jewish gifts and novelties, will keep building its international brand online as it works to keep its local Auburn Avenue storefront open.  More

Atlanta's Brazilians Had Clear Favorite in Presidential Elections

by Trevor Williams | October 23, 2014 If Brazilians in Atlanta had sole power to pick their country’s new president, the upcoming Oct. 26 runoff wouldn’t even be close.  More

CNN Staff Hit Hard by Turner Cuts

by Johanna Baidya Turner Broadcasting has announced plans to cut 1,500 positions both nationally and internationally, representing about 10 percent of the media organization's current workforce.  More