The survey found that 84% of smaller business leaders said they’re also increasing compensation, while others are offering hiring bonuses, more flexible hours, and remote work options.
Former NFL athlete JJ Wilcox is playing a different kind of defense right now. He is fending off allegations from a Georgia contractor who says he’s been ripped off.
Georgia needs 70,000 restaurant workers to serve all the patrons who are eager to eat out.
Since 2020, the Secret Service initiated more than 3,850 pandemic related fraud investigations.
Georgia Highlands College student Rontavious ‘Tay’ Coley launched his own shoe shop, The Early Way on Broad, in Rome. He's always loved sneakers, and friends and classmates inspired him to start his own business.
Auto fuel is not the only gas in short supply.
What do you do when you and your fishing buddy really enjoy crafting your own bamboo fly rods? You turn it into a business, of course.
A group of metro Atlanta business owners are turning their dreams into reality — and doing it in a place known more for recreation than for work.
Everything old is new again at Buckhead Printery, which uses machines from as far back as 1910 to keep antique printing methods alive.
Varnish Lane offers completely waterless, eco-friendly manicures and pedicures.
A brother-in-law has started a Go-Fund-Me to support his brother's passion project in expanding his coffee roasting business to create jobs for people of color who have been incarcerated and generosity from the community is helping to make that possible.
The Federal Trade Commission says “Grant Bae” scammed small business owners out of thousands by writing them fake grants.
A popular Midtown Atlanta dive bar and music venue said it is shutting its doors unexpectedly.
A long time Civil War shop is stirring up major controversy in Kennesaw. Community members packed a city council meeting on Monday night.
A Kennesaw city councilman resigns after a controversial Civil War store re-opens
Comcast formed RISE in late 2020 to give small businesses owned by people of color the grants needed to not just survive, but thrive.
Some small businesses are still struggling to hire qualified workers, even as the broader picture in the U.S. job market looks much brighter.
A mother who lost her 16-year-old son to gun violence is taking action to help reduce violent crimes involving our youth. She's created a non-profit that focuses on providing youth with employment assistance.
Celebrated Atlanta entrepreneur Aisha “Pinky” Cole will be Clark Atlanta University’s Class of 2022 commencement speaker.
ith its expected completion date set for October of this year, some business owners said they’re growing frustrated with the wait.