Tuesday, August 18, 2009

GNB Update

Hope you've had a productive Tuesday...Here's the news...

Georgia's largest newspaper is moving. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution announced Monday that it's moving its headquarters from downtown Atlanta to the Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody. The move is expected to take place in early 2010.

A list of the nation's fastest-growing companies is out, and four middle Georgia companies made that elite group. That's according to Inc. Magazine. Macon.com reports that Infinity Network Solutions of Macon ranked No. 1479 in the Inc. 5000. It posted nearly $500,000 in revenue last year. Two companies in Macon, and another in nearby Fort Valley also made that list. Two metro Atlanta based companies made the top 100, as Clear Harbor of Alpharetta came in at No. 53, while Summit Tech Consulting of Atlanta finished at No. 86.

More: See the full list here.

The metro Atlanta area continues to grow, but at a slower pace. The Associated Press reports that the region's population grew by less than 25,000 residents between April 2008 and April 2009. That's the smallest increase in almost two decades.

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