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ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp has announced that e-waste recycling company Igneo Technologies will invest $85 million in opening its first U.S. electronics recycling facility at the Port of Savannah. The project is expected to create at least 150 jobs in Chatham County once Igneo is fully operational.

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ATLANTA — At a gathering with state and local officials and members of Cisco’s executive leadership, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday that American multinational technology conglomerate and Fortune 100 company Cisco will invest up to $41 million in opening a Talent and Collaboration Cente…

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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is not known for mincing words or hiding his emotions. So the fact that the leader of America's largest bank sounds very upbeat about the health of the US economy is noteworthy.

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Hasbro chairman and CEO Brian Goldner has died, according to the company. His death comes shortly after Hasbro announced he would take a leave of absence for cancer treatment.

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ALBANY — With more than 2,000 employees, whose duties range from keeping school campuses clean to teaching algebra and coaching young athletes, the Dougherty County School System is a large employer with an important mission by any stretch of the imagination.

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British companies that produce steel, paper, glass, cement, ceramics and chemicals say they will be forced to close factories or pass on rising costs to consumers unless the UK government provides relief from soaring energy prices.

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Elon Musk's personal wealth is now $222 billion, widening his gap as the richest person in the world according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index. Musk's personal wealth skyrocketed an extra $10.6 billion after a secondary share sale by investors, announced last week, valued SpaceX over $100 …

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Zapproved explores the different ways 11 states are handling consumer data privacy laws, using data from active legislation.

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In many parts of the country, what was traditionally known as Columbus Day is now being celebrated as Indigenous Peoples' Day. But it remains a federal holiday, so some businesses will be closed.

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Corporate profits soared in the first half of this year, largely because of favorable comparisons to last year's weak earnings. The Covid shutdown of the economy hit major companies hard in the first half of 2020.

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ATLANTA – Georgia’s September net tax collections totaled nearly $2.82 billion for an increase of $655 million, or 30.3 percent, compared to September of last year when net tax collections totaled $2.16 billion. Year-to-date and through the end of one quarter, net tax revenue collections tot…

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If you hoped grocery stores this fall and winter would look like they did in the Before Times, with limitless options stretching out before you in the snack, drink, candy and frozen foods aisles, get ready for some disappointing news.

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America added far fewer jobs in September than expected, but investors didn't seem too disappointed: Stocks were mostly unchanged Friday as Wall Street took solace that the unemployment rate continues to drop after the pandemic-fueled spike last year.

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Friday's jobs report will shed some light on whether August's disappointing numbers were just a blip — or the start of an unwelcome trend. Either way, the recovery could be bumpy until America gets all the way through the Covid crisis.

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