Banking is changing. How Regions is setting the pace.

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 7:00P Laura Newpoff
Innovation is at the forefront of the banking industry now more than ever. “Not that long ago, it was revolutionary to take a picture of a check and deposit it from your phone. Now, that is a standard feature that people take for granted,” said...

Space planning and capital investment: An executive roundtable

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 6:00P The Business Journals Content St
The office environment is in a state of flux. Some employees have returned to the workplace, but others remain firmly rooted in their home offices. Many companies are giving their employees a choice, creating hybrid work environments that may...

Minority Business Opportunity Week Schedule of Activities

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 10:00A
During Sept. 20-24, the Georgia Minority Supplier Diversity Council hosts Minority Business Opportunity Week. Included in the week's activities are the virtual Business Opportunity Exchange supplier diversity and small business development...

Viewpoint: Georgia corporations, take the 'One Percent Pledge'

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 10:00A
"We at the GMSDC are challenging our community – 400-plus corporations either headquartered in Georgia or with a significant presence here, and more than 900 minority suppliers with whom they do business – to take steps to accelerate the pathway...

'Trust is there' between UPS and its mentee company

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 10:00A Randy Southerland
UPS spends more than $2.8 billion with small businesses, including $1 billion with diverse and minority-owned firms. The company also participates in the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council program.

Corporate partnership helps email tech company quadruple its revenue

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 10:00A Randy Southerland
EyeMail’s relationship with Coke gave founder Lisa Jones' product more visibility and helped her develop business skills, both through formal mentoring as well as executive education programs such as at Dartmouth University’s Tuck School of...

Clayton County commuter rail probably dead, MARTA says

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 8:51A Grace Donnelly
Atlanta-based Norfolk Southern has an interest in preserving the right of way for future expansion along the corridor, as e-commerce activity increases and a larger share of goods are moved via rail.

Incoming Chick-fil-A CEO Andrew Cathy: 'I just love business'

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 5:49A David Allison
The new CEO of Chick-fil-A Inc. is a husband, father of four young kids and outdoor enthusiast who loves business. Andrew T. Cathy, 43, will take the helm of the fast-growing Atlanta-based restaurant chain on Nov. 1, succeeding his father Dan...

Andrew T. Cathy named third CEO of Chick-fil-A

Atlanta Business Chronicle 9/16 5:47A David Allison
One of America’s largest and fastest-growing restaurant chains is getting a new chief executive. Chick-fil-A Inc. announced Sept. 16 that Andrew T. (Truett) Cathy will become CEO on Nov. 1, succeeding his father Dan T. Cathy, 68. Following the...
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