AmericasBusiness

New Metro Chamber CEO Recounts Global Adventures at Awards Ceremony

by Trevor Williams | April 24, 2014 It’s hard to imagine the polished president of the Metro Atlanta Chamber soaring over Central American jungle in a helicopter mounted with machine guns.  More
AmericasEconomic Development

Atlanta Moves Up in Global Cities Ranking

by Trevor Williams | April 24, 2014 Atlanta is steadily progressing in its quest to become a global city, at least according to one new report.  More
AfricaEconomic Development

Coffee and Cocoa Farming Coming to Life in War Torn Congo

by Phil Bolton | April 24, 2014 When the movie star and director Ben Affleck testified before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee in February, he cited the Theo Chocolate Co.’s success in the Eastern Congo. More
AmericasBusiness

Atlanta Invests in Ties With Brazil's 'States of the Future'

by Trevor Williams | April 23, 2014 When an Atlanta delegation headed to Brazil this month, leaders elected to visit two states: Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, both of which are anchored by large cities of the same names.  More
Middle East - North AfricaCulture

Kennesaw State Student Digs Omani UNESCO World Heritage Site

by Caitlin Syfrett As a student in the Anthropology and Geography Department at Kennesaw State University concentrating in archaeology, my interests lie in places all around the world. More