17 Georgia Farms, Companies to Receive USDA Money for Renewable Energy

The USDA is investing $237 million to help farmers, ag producers and rural-based businesses lower energy costs.

Kemp Says Georgia Breaks All-Time Record for Business Registrations for 3rd Straight Year

For the third straight year, Georgia broke the all-time record for total business registrations filed during annual registration season running January 1 to April...

Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia Sued by EEOC

"According to the EEOC's suit, Specialty Appointment Coordinator Sharion Murphy's disabilities made it traumatic for her to enter revolving doors, so she requested the reasonable accommodation of using non-revolving doors to access her workplace."

Perdue Farms to create 125 jobs, invest $42M in Georgia county

Gov. Nathan Deal announced Tuesday that Perdue Farms will create 125 new jobs and invest $42 million to expand its cooking operation in Houston...

Kroger to Pay $40,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

The incident at a Georgia Kroger led to the lawsuit. In addition to the $40,000 in monetary relief, the consent decree settling the suit requires Kroger to make significant changes to its new-hire process.

VIDEO: Georgia Power Says Progress at Plant Vogtle is “Significant”

The project has reached an all-time high with approximately 8,000 workers now currently on site.

FDIC-Insured Institutions Report Net Income of $59.1 Billion in Fourth Quarter 2018

"The banking industry continued to report strong results," McWilliams said. "Growth in net income was attributable to higher net operating revenue and a lower effective tax rate. Loan balances expanded, net interest margins improved, and the number of ‘problem banks’ continued to decline. Community banks also had a strong quarter, with annual loan growth and a net interest margin that exceeded the overall industry."

US Labor Dept Investigation of Company Working in Ga Leads to $178k in Back...

These erroneous classifications resulted in the employer paying these employees at rates lower than those required by law for the work actually performed.

Ag Commissioner Issues Warning About Kerosene Sold in Georgia

A warning from the Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture.