Editor’s note: The following Q&A with Dutch software firm CXO-Cockpit was conducted by the Netherlands-American Chamber of Commerce Southeast as part of its monthly Member Spotlight series highlighting Dutch investors in the region. It is reprinted here with permission. Learn more about the NACCSE here or become a member here. Wouter Born, the company’s Roswell-based […]
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Editor’s note: Breaches happen all the time in the world of digital commerce, but a hack of Atlanta-based Equifax earlier this year was not your normal, run-of-the-mill data heist. One distinguishing factor was the size of the breach, which was said to have exposed personal records of more than 146 million Americans — nearly half […]
Those who favor Brexit could only have been heartened by the World Affairs Council‘s programs earlier this year featuring Lord William Dartmouth and Nigel Farage, who both were active in undermining the United Kingdom‘s membership in the European Union. The Nov. 7 program at the Commerce Club downtown featuring Daniel Mulhall, Ireland‘s ambassador to the […]
A Fulbright scholar earning his master’s degree in public policy at Georgia State University has been selected for an exclusive research collaboration with Russia. Kirill Protasov is one of 31 delegates chosen out of more than 600 applicants for Stanford University’s U.S.-Russia forum. The former economic developer worked three years for the Orenburg oblast […]
Leaders from Turkey’s foreign investment agency stopped in Atlanta on a three-city tour looking to bridge what they view as a “perception gap” in the way U.S. companies view their country. Turkey hasn’t had it easy of late. Earlier this decade, the nation of nearly 80 million people was on its way to becoming an […]
Once again the French-American Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Beaujolais Nouveau celebration at the Intercontinental hotel in Buckhead. As in the past, the Nov 17 reunion will be fueled by the light-bodied wine made from recently picked Gamay grapes and sent from the Beaujolais region in France to the United States. The models displaying […]
While highlighting innovation in the arts, business and science as it has done over the past decade, the France-Atlanta program this year takes a broadband look at African art featuring Francophone authors, photographers and vocal artists. Kevin W. Tucker, the High Museum of Art’s chief curator, welcomed “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design,” at […]
Neville Isdell, the former chief executive of Coca-Cola Co., will be in Atlanta Nov. 1 to shed light on a project telling the story of the 70 million people around the world who claim Irish ancestry. EPIC, The Irish Immigration Museum, is located in Dublin’s docklands district and features interactive exhibitions on the factors driving […]
Atlanta’s newly arrived Greek consul will be Global Atlanta’s next guest in the Consular Conversations series of luncheon interviews. Emmanouil Androulakis arrived in the city in September, fresh off a five-year stint in the Greek embassy in Astana, Kazakhstan, where he served as a deputy head of mission and handled consular affairs. A native of […]
When April Spring spied a woman whose thong was peeking out above her jeans, she didn’t intend to make the woman the butt of an ongoing joke. Nor, at the time, did she envision that the awkward moment would spawn an innovative apparel company based on a hybrid between men’s and women’s underwear.