CNH Industrial is closing its Calhoun tractor plant, resulting in the loss of 120 jobs. 

Belgium

Atlanta's Global Brand Gets a Boost from TomorrowWorld

by Phil Bolton | September 29, 2013 Attending an electronic music festival isn't normally in John Woodward's weekend plans. But the senior director for foreign investment at the Metro Atlanta Chamber refused to miss the TomorrowWorld festival held at the Bouckaert Farm in Fairburn, 15 miles west of Atlanta's airport Sept. 28. More
France

French Furniture Brand Stretches Out in Buckhead

by Trevor Williams | February 5, 2014 French fine furniture brand Roche Bobois is stretching out into new digs Feb. 15 in a nod to Atlanta’s increasingly cosmopolitan tastes. More
Germany

Former Ambassador to EU: New ‘Red Line’ Needed for Russian Sanctions

by Trevor Williams | May 12, 2014 Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annexation of Crimea was the latest “wake-up call” that the European Union must continue working to safeguard the peace it has been intregral to achieving, a former U.S. diplomat and leading foreign-policy expert said in Atlanta.  More
Ireland

U.S. Immigration Reform Tops Irish Ambassador's Wish List

by Mary Welch | May 30, 2014 While covering a breadth of topics, Irish Ambassador Anne Anderson’s message remained steady: smart reforms could enhance the two nations’ already-strong ties.  More
Netherlands

Netherlands Ties Support 23,800 Jobs in Georgia: Embassy

by Trevor Williams | June 26, 2014 Georgia’s economic relationship with the Netherlands supported 23,800 jobs in the state in 2012, according to the latest figures compiled by the Dutch embassy in Washington.  More
Turkey

Expert: Turkey's Erdogan Wins in Elections, Loses International Prestige

by Trevor Williams | April 3, 2014 While he faces international criticism for alleged corruption and for blocking Twitter and YouTube, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has received a vote of confidence at home this week.  More
United Kingdom

U.K. Biomass Firm to Put Headquarters in Atlanta

by Trevor Williams | July 15, 2014 A U.K.-based clean-energy company is moving its U.S. headquarters to Atlanta to be nearer to planned wood-pellet production facilities in the Southeast.  More