Georgia businesses to get tax break

Citing a "booming economy," Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said nearly 250,000 Georgia businesses will get a tax break in 2020.

Companies Win Cash in Contest for Solutions to Detect Opioids in Mail

The companies were asked to create rapid, nonintrusive detection tools that will help find illicit opioids in international mail.

U.S. Dept of Labor Cites Ga Company for Exposing Employees to Amputation, Fire and...

The pesticide and agricultural chemical manufacturer faces $90,801 in penalties.

Credit repair company barred from doing business in Georgia

The company has also been ordered to pay restitution and civil penalties to the state.

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.

EPA: Petroleum, Coal Products Manufacturing Industry Do Not Need More Requirements

The EPA’s proposed action would not drop existing federal requirements, rather it is a proposal to not impose additional requirements.

36 Georgia companies named GLOBE Award winners

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Georgia Ports Rail Cargo Jumps 30% in 3 Years

Over the same period, the Authority has increased the annual capacity at the Port of Savannah from 5 million to 5.5 million TEUs. #growth

FAA Proposes $3.9 Million Civil Penalty Against The Boeing Co.

The FAA alleges that Boeing failed in this instance to maintain its quality assurance system to ensure suppliers adhered to Federal Aviation Regulations. Boeing has 30 days to respond to the FAA’s letter proposing this civil penalty in the total amount of $3,916,871.

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."