They’ve already tied the knot, so to speak, so why not move in together? Delta Air Lines Inc. has announced that it will move all flight operations into Terminal 3 at London’s Heathrow Airport to be closer to joint venture partner Virgin Atlantic Airways, of which Delta owns a 49 percent equity stake. The move from […]
Given that startups and innovation labs often steal the spotlight from established companies, the Technology Association of Georgia is launching an awards ceremony honoring the use of financial technology in existing businesses.
Georgia’s exports to China plummeted 15 percent to $2.8 billion in 2015 from $3.3 billion, the second straight year of substantial decline after years of surging growth in sales of products to the world’s second largest economy.
Score one for the humans. While robots have been among the prime culprits in siphoning jobs from American workers in recent decades, a new factory from German sportswear giant Adidas in metro Atlanta will require 160 humans to oversee automations that will enable it to better compete in the U.S. market, the company said in a […]
On paper, TruRating comes off like yet another London startup filling a tiny niche in the ever-expanding payments space, a bit player vying for a small sliver of a crowded market. But after a few minutes with its ambitious founder, Georgina Nelson, it’s easier to be convinced that one second of a customer’s time, multiplied over thousands […]
The Savannah College of Art & Design’s campus in Hong Kong has been cleared by China’s Ministry of Education to accept students from the mainland over a five-year period starting this fall.
For decades, generating electricity has been all about boiling water. Typically, you can boil water by burning coal, oil or natural gas or even through a nuclear reaction using uranium. That steam turns a turbine which turns a generator creating our electricity. On a recent trip to the United Kingdom, I had the opportunity to see a […]
As a boy, Marco Martinez liked to visit his grandfather’s farm outside of Mexico City. He would walk among the poblano peppers, broccoli and tomatoes, and he would dream. Those dreams included the meals that were prepared on the farm. “I was a kid who was raised with the mentality of eating fresh with farm-raised […]
Childspring International, a nonprofit providing surgeries for children in developing countries, has named United Parcel Service Inc. Vice President Phillip Chritton to its board of trustees. Mr. Chritton helps lead the international legal practice of the package delivery giant and works on global mergers and acquisitions. His international experience, particularly in Asia, appealed to the nonprofit, according […]
The Cork, Ireland-based Voxpro Group has chosen Athens for its East Coast office with an expectation of hiring 500 employees in Georgia by 2020. But the global business outsourcing firm, is looking for six core managers for its Athens office beginning next week. Launched in 1993 as a paging company with six employees in a […]