When Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson began rattling off his university’s international credentials, it was hard to envision his opponents recovering. And it’s not as though they were anyone to sneeze at: The Midtown Atlanta technology powerhouse was pitted against First Data, the world’s largest payment processing firm, and Incomm, a “company of firsts” […]
An Australian software firm that helps companies manage their workforces is set to open its headquarters for the Western Hemisphere in Alpharetta, employing 20 people when fully staffed. The announcement comes just a week after a manufacturer and a fintech firm from the Pacific country announced new operations in Georgia. Sydney-based Deputy already has customers […]
Georgia may still be punching below its weight in attracting Chinese investment, according to a new study breaking out Chinese greenfield facilities and acquisitions by U.S. congressional district for the second straight year.
Few had operations in the South already, but after visiting Atlanta this week, manufacturers from the Canadian province of Quebec had a better idea why some of their clients and competitors see promise in the region.
Venezuela’s economic implosion could be a chance for free-market ideals to take root, if they pay homage to the social inclusion “Chavismo” sought to address.
Delta Air Lines Inc. customers were confirmed to be among those killed in the suicide bombing at the Brussels Zaventem Airport Tuesday.
Jaipur Living Inc., the India-based rug company, is moving its American headquarters from Norcross to new facility off Interstate 75 in Cherokee County as it continues growth centered on an expanding catalog of home goods.
Efforts to woo Indian and Chinese investors will only go so far without nonstop flights to those countries, the Atlanta airport’s general manager said as he pledged to do “everything in our power” to bring back direct connections to the world’s two most populous nations.
As a child Pushpanjali Manjhi was one of tens of millions of children and their parents who had to migrate from remote rural areas such as her home village in Orissa Province in east India in search of work. They could be away from their homes for as long as up to eight months at […]
With an anticipated 9 billion people on the earth by 2050, agricultural production is going to have to double to feed everybody. Meanwhile, the world is apt to experience a drier and hotter climate. As far back as 1992, the United Nations saw the pressures that would in time be placed on the globe’s water […]