Europe • Economic Development by Phil Bolton | January 29, 2015 Martin Richenhagen, chairman, president and CEO of Duluth-based AGCO Corp., has been named chairman of the German American Chambers of Commerce of the U.S., for a two-year term that is to coincide with his chairmanship of the Atlanta-based GACC South. More
Asia • Economic Development by Phil Bolton | January 29, 2015 High-net-worth Atlantans picked Japan as the top investment prospect overseas in a Morgan Stanley “investor pulse poll” released on Jan. 26. More
Asia • Business by Trevor Williams | January 28, 2015 Now with the world’s second largest economy and a government bent on getting consumers to empty their pocketbooks, China might seem like fertile ground for foreign retail giants. More
Americas • Education by Phil Bolton | January 28, 2015 The Robinson College of Georgia State University has announced that Jacobus Boers is to assume the position of assistant dean for international engagement effective Feb. 1, a new position to help provide the college strategic direction in its international activities. More
Middle East - North Africa • Diplomacy by Trevor Williams | January 27, 2015 Israel’s incoming consul general in Atlanta, who will replace Opher Aviran in July after his four-year term, wrapped up an introductory visit to the city Tuesday. More
01/31 Cultural Astronomy and Contemporary African Art Intersect in African Cosmos: Stellar Arts at the Cosmos Museum
01/31 Bundesliga Breakfast!