Global Atlanta Hiring Sales Director

by Trevor Williams | April 22, 2014 Global Atlanta is hiring a sales director as the city’s only international business news source seeks to deepen its impact and broaden its engagement locally and regionally.  More

New Coalition Burnishes Georgia's Credentials As Payments Hub

by Trevor Williams | April 21, 2014 It seems like magic: swipe your card, and within a second or two, a bank, issuer and merchant have approved your purchase, all without any verbal communication. More

Belgian Cycling Icon's Career Sparks Memories, Continues to Inspire

by Phil Bolton | April 21, 2014 Belgium's political and social divisions are well known going back by some historical accounts for more than 2,000 years, emerging out of Roman imperial foreign policy, revolutions in the 16th and 19th centuries, two world wars and evolving economic differences within the country itself. More

Interview: Delta and Atlanta Go Hand in Hand in Brazil

by Trevor Williams | April 18, 2014 When Atlanta’s hometown airline looks to the future, it’s increasingly looking south.  More
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Atlanta's Brazil Competition: Miami

by Trevor Williams | April 17, 2014 Those who know Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed know that he doesn’t usually shoot for anything lower than the top.  More