Mobile harbor cranes expand container capabilities

The cranes will offload containers from vessels carrying up to 4,800 twenty-foot equivalent container units.

Georgia Power Announces Resequencing of Vogtle Units 3 & 4 Planned Activities

These adjustments, along with continued challenges in electrical construction productivity, have required work to be performed differently, necessitating a resequencing of activities.

Atlanta hospital system to pay $16 million to resolve false claims allegations

Piedmont Healthcare, Inc., an Atlanta-based hospital system, has agreed to pay $16 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act

United States Files Suit Against Drug Manufacturer Regeneron for Paying Kickbacks Through Co-Pay Foundation

The Anti-Kickback Statute prohibits pharmaceutical companies from offering or paying, directly or indirectly, any remuneration – which includes money or any other thing of value, including coverage of co-pays – to induce Medicare patients to purchase the companies’ drugs.

Augusta University Medical Center agrees to pay $2.625 million to settle False Claims Act...

The government contended that AUMC violated the False Claims Act by knowingly submitting claims to federal healthcare programs for a procedure that was not covered by Medicare and Medicaid.

Savannah now the top US port for ag exports

The Port of Savannah’s proximity to major producers, direct access via road and rail, broad global network and responsiveness to customer needs have recently made it the top port in the nation for the export of containerized agricultural goods.

Milletech Systems Inc. to Move Entire Operation to Georgia, Create 465 Jobs in Fulton...

Milletech, a woman-owned Georgia State Minority Certified business, will create 465 jobs.

Lyft Agrees to Resolve Allegations that It Violated Federal Law When Its Drivers Denied...

Among the remedies, Lyft agreed to refund charges and provide $10 credits to riders who make plausible complaints of discrimination under the company’s revised wheelchair policy.

USDA: Agency Has Spent $2.2 Billion on US Commodities for Trade Retaliation Mitigation

The USDA says it has purchased more than $2.2 billion of meat, fruits, vegetables, specialty crops and dairy products in FY 2019 and FY 2020 as part of an effort to feed people in need and assist American farmers and ranchers suffering from damage due to "unjustified trade retaliation by foreign nations."

John Deere donates thousands of face shields to VA hospitals to fight COVID-19

John Deere has shipped 134,600 face shields to 49 VA medical centers in 27 states.