Georgia Tech Planning LATAM Celebration in October

by Phil Bolton | September 2, 2015 As part of a concerted effort to reach out to international alumni, the Georgia Institute of Technology is to hold a Latin American Homecoming in Atlanta from Oct. 23-25. More

Bloomingdale's at Lenox Installs One More British Brand

by Obinna Morton and Phil Bolton Atlantans who like the looks of Kate Middleton, the duchess of Cambridge, now have no further to go than Bloomingdale’s at Lenox Square in Buckhead to acquire yet another of her favorite fashion lines. More

Georgia Tech Launches New Logistics Center in Singapore

by Trevor Williams | September 2, 2015 Georgia Institute of Technology is revitalizing its ties with the National University of Singapore through the creation of a new institute to study the future of logistics in the Southeast Asian city-state and its surrounding region.  More

Cybercrime's Business Plan: 'Steal Once, Sell Many Times'

by Phil Bolton | September 1, 2015 Jason Cook’s analysis of the motivation behind cybercrime is simple: “Steal an asset once, sell it many times.”  More

Chilean Food, Forestry Firms Find Fertile Ground in Georgia

by Mary Welch Chilean firms in the food and forestry sectors are finding fertile ground in Georgia as they expand into the U.S., taking advantage of a free trade agreement they say has room to bear more fruit 11 years after better connecting the two economies.  More