ATLANTA (AP) -- An Atlanta company plans to build a call center in Morrow that's expected to employ more than 1,120 people.<br />
The new Chime Solutions facility will be located at the former JCPenney building at the Southlake Mall about 15 miles south of downtown Atlanta. Positions include executive, administrative, supervisory and customer service roles, and company officials say hiring already has begun.<br />
Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner says the move is one of the largest corporate announcements in his county's history.<br />
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal says he's pleased that the state's communications services industry continues to grow.
PARIS (AP) — This time, it's a hotter, waterier, wilder Earth that world leaders are trying to save.The last time that the nations of the world struck a binding agreement to fight global warming was 1...
In its mission to develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society, the University of North Georgia (UNG) continues to grow programs and initiatives that invest in the internationalization of its faculty and students.
Campaign finance reports filed by state and local officials in Georgia are often riddled with mistakes and discrepancies, with some leaving tens of thousands of dollars in campaign cash apparently unaccounted for, an Atlanta newspaper investigation shows.