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Chemical Company Fights for Worker's Visa
He spent years working on a complex computer system that the company considers crucial to its ability to do business.
Feb 25th, 2020
Food & Beverage
'Flash Drought' Brings Dust and Dread
Nearly 56 million residents are now living in drought conditions in parts of 16 Southern U.S. states.
Oct 14th, 2019
Atlanta Bans Electric Scooters
Three riders have died since May in crashes that involved a public bus, an SUV and a car.
Aug 9th, 2019
Drones, Supercomputers Deployed Against Floods
These tools are putting detailed information to use in real time.
Apr 18th, 2019
Norfolk Southern Moving to Atlanta
The move reflects a trend among larger companies moving to major cities for deeper pools of talent, busier airports and other amenities.
Dec 13th, 2018
Leaders Want Details on Amazon-Sized Project
They want to know how much public money will be spent to develop an underused site known as 'The Gulch.'
Aug 21st, 2018
Inventor Found Dead in Stadium Cooler
He was at the park to install his patented beer-pouring technology.
Jun 28th, 2018
'Poop Train' Finally Empty; Sludge Gone
The last train car full of NYC sewage sludge that stunk up a small Alabama community for more than two months has finally been emptied.
Apr 19th, 2018
Waste Disposal 'Poop Train' is Stranded in AL Town
A former state attorney general once described a giant west Alabama landfill as "America's Pay Toilet."
Apr 18th, 2018
Atlanta's Gulch Could Be Amazon's Second Home
No one's saying it's for Amazon — yet.
Jan 26th, 2018
Millions of Defective Rail Ties
Company is blamed for failing to use proper protective coating on more than 4.7 million railroad ties.
Oct 30th, 2017
UPS Investigates Leaks of Secret Business Plans
The company is taking steps to identify whoever was responsible for posting strategic plans on an internet message board.
Oct 9th, 2017