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

The countertop manufacturer faces $132,604 in penalties.

Georgia Power Customers to See Another Credit on June Bill

Are you a Georgia Power customer? You'll be receiving a credit on your June service bill.

China Fully Lifts Ban on America Poultry Imports

U.S. poultry exports expected to top $1 billion annually

Publix Pharmacy Fills 100 Millionth Free Prescription

The program helps customers afford critical medications, regardless of insurance coverage

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Issues Voluntary Recall of Nearly 900,000 Vehicles in the United States

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has agreed to voluntarily recall of 862,520 vehicles in the United States.

Georgia Moves 630K Cars, Trucks, and Tractors in FY 2018

At the Brunswick State of the Port recently, Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) Executive Director Griff Lynch detailed Fiscal Year 2018 successes, including 630,000 units...

Statesboro Manufacturer Settles with US Gov in Whistleblower Case

The company has agreed pay up to $2.4 million to settle allegations that they supplied defective products and submitted false claims to the Army, Department of Veterans Affairs and General Services Administration.

LIST: 100 Most Essential Companies During COVID-19

Americans say 100 leading companies played a truly essential role during the crisis.

Georgia Mulch Manufacturer Cited by OSHA for Exposing Employees to Amputation and Struck-by Hazards

The manufacturer of specialty mulch products faces $148,867 in penalties.

Starbucks to ban access to porn in their shops

Porn and coffee don't mix at Starbuck starting in 2019.