EuropeCulture

Hub Brings Pub: Ireland Flights Helped Attract Fado to Atlanta in 1996

With a significant Irish community now, Atlanta seems to make sense as Irish pub chain Fado’s headquarters for the U.S. More
AsiaEducation

Report: Atlanta Among Leading Cities for Seoul Student Spenders

by Trevor Williams | August 29, 2014 China may reign in sending students to Georgia, but broken down by metro area, Atlanta’s connections to the South Korea's capital could prove most productive economically.  More
AmericasEducation

School Built From Containers at the Forefront of Healing Haitian Children

by Phil Bolton | August 29, 2014 The David Livingstone of “Dr. Livingstone, I presume,” fame — H.M. Stanley’s reported salutation on the banks of Lake Tanganyika on Nov. 10, 1871 -- held a mythic status during the Victorian era as being simultaneously a missionary and an advocate of Britain's commercial empire, an extraordinarily adventurous explorer and an anti-slavery crusader. More
Middle East - North AfricaBusiness

Israeli Solar Firm Shines Light on Africa

by Trevor Williams | August 28, 2014 In 2006, Yosef Abramowitz and his wife, a rabbi, brought their five kids to a southern Israeli kibbutz for a writing sabbatical.  More
AmericasBusiness

North Highland Hires President of Its Strategy Practice

by Phil Bolton | August 28, 2014 David Davies, a veteran management and business consultant with an expertise in performance improvement, has joined North Highland as managing director and leader of the global consulting firm’s strategy practice. More