The United States files false claims act complaint against Georgia doctor

The United States has filed a False Claims Act complaint against Robert C. Burkich, M.D and Preventative Medicine Anti-Aging & Chelation, Inc.  (hereinafter, the...

Georgia sets jobs record in July

The July jobs number was a record again.

Kemp Names UGA Professor as New State Fiscal Economist

The State Fiscal Economist develops forecasts based on Georgia's tax revenue, works closely with bond rating agencies on revenue and economic trends, and manages the development of fiscal impact estimates on tax-related legislative proposals.

Georgia Company Cited by OSHA for Amputation, Silica, and Other Safety and Health Hazards

The countertop manufacturer faces $132,604 in penalties.

VA and ‘Hiring our Heroes’ partner on military spouse hiring initiative

This is part of an effort to reduce the high unemployment rate for military spouses.

Georgia Power’s Vogtle Unit 3 Moves Closer to Operation as Integrated Flush Begins

The project is now approximately 79% complete.

U.S. Postal Service Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Results

Revenue of $17.1 billion, essentially unchanged compared to same quarter last year Net loss of nearly $2.3 billion

Georgia Manufacturer Cited for Amputation, Combustible Dust, and Other Workplace Hazards

The designer and manufacturer of electronic cabinets faces $161,020 in penalties.

Georgia Company to Pay $75,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit

Instead of granting his request for unpaid leave for a defined period of time to treat and recover from prostate cancer, the company fired the delivery driver the day before his scheduled surgery,

Georgia Awarded A+ for Small Business Friendliness

With more than 5,000 small business owners surveyed, it is the largest continuous study of small business perceptions of local government policy in the United States.