AmericasBusiness

Atlanta Firm to Consult on $100 Million-Plus Sales

by Phil Bolton | November 24, 2014 Mike Gomez, a recipient of the Metro Atlanta Chamber's Global Impact Award in 2010, has launched a new company titled the Motum Group that is to provide consulting services for deals involving sales of more than $100 million. More
EuropeEducation

The Berlin Wall: A Concrete Symbol of the Struggle Against Oppression

by Phil Bolton | November 24, 2014 The Berlin Wall must remain a reminder of the necessity for a constant struggle on behalf of human rights and against oppression, German Consul General Christoph Sander said in a ceremony at the Atlanta International School in Buckhead on Nov. 20 in a formal dedication of an original section of the wall that the school has obtained. More
AsiaEconomic Development

Ambassador: Investments Show U.S. and India Closer Than You'd Think

by Trevor Williams | November 24, 2014 A trend toward significant Indian investments in the U.S. is an “underreported story” that shows how well connected the two economies have quietly become, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, India’s ambassador to the U.S., told Global Atlanta during a visit to Atlanta.  More
AmericasCulture

A 'Go Eat Give' Cultural Tour of Cuba

by Barbara Rose Barbara Rose, president of the consulting firm for non-profits, New Generation Partnerships Inc., visited Cuba on a Nov. 8-16 Go Eat Give tour of the country. More
AmericasBusiness

Fragomen Attorneys: Obama's Executive Action Not a Long-Term Immigration Fix

by Phil Bolton | November 22, 2014 President Obama announced his plans for an executive action on Nov. 20 to address the immigration process in the United States. Daryl Buffenstein and Kevin Miner, partners in the Atlanta office of the immigration law firm Fragomen Worldwide, expressed appreciation for the president’s actions, but stated that the proposed changes “do not go far enough and are no substitute for comprehensive immigration reform.” More