When you're not using your smartphone, scientists can now use it to fight AIDS.
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More people are landing jobs these days, but they are often part-time or temp work.
On the heels of the successful graduation of more than 20 Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection (MPC) firms in June, the prestigious small business capacity building program has begun its first round of interviews for the next class this week.
Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is giving the royal treatment to one of Atlanta’s first families of entrepreneurship.
Delta is spending less on fuel these days, and that's helping the airline make money even though passengers aren't doing much more flying
Four years ago, the Obama administration rode to the rescue of two Detroit automakers, pouring $80 billion into General Motors and Chrysler Group to see them through their bankruptcies.
It is now five years since the great financial crisis of 2008, which saw housing markets plummet, the stock market swoon, and millions of Americans lose their jobs in the wake of the recession that ensued.
Miller Lite is turning great friends into business partners through Miller Lite Tap the FutureTM , a business competition pitting teams of entrepreneurs against each other for a prize pool of $400,000 in business grants. Competitors will have a chance ...
Your teenage kids may be old enough to get a part-time job and start taking college prep exams, but do they know how to manage their money?
1. Use the public library to check out movies or books for free.
Have you ever seen the game show “Are you smarter than a 5th grader?"
Hair health just got better. Lisa Price, owner and founder of Carol’s Daughter, has enhanced and expanded her business by opening a salon in her Lenox Mall flagship store.
Rarely, if ever, does anyone reach the top of their game without having someone willing to lift them up.
Hundreds of black-owned businesses have a new way for consumers to find and shop with them.