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...psa How do I submit a business item for On the Move You can submit items for the On the Move by emailing them to Business Editor Damon Cline at Why don't you have all of the sections of the printed edition...
We must bid adieu to Sunday 'Journal' pages

...The pages will offer advice for small business owners to make them better," said Tim Rausch, who has been the business editor at The Augusta Chronicle for seven years. "The pages will offer a lot of information in an appetizing nugget...
Night at the Movies

New this week: Chappie, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Unfinished Business
Office Depot plans to close at least 400 US stores

...items, earnings were 7 cents per share.Revenue climbed to $4.35 billion from $2.72 billion. Pro forma revenue for the year-ago period was $4.48 billion.Augusta Chronicle Business Editor Tim Rausch contributed to this report.
Editor's note

...thrilled to announce that former Augusta Chronicle Business Editor Damon Cline has rejoined The Chronicle as a a business reporter from 1998 to 2000, and as business editor from 2000 to 2008. Cline, an Augusta resident since...
Let's wrap up 2013's news

...and over again. Find these slideshows at our homepage: Sunday's Business section, Business Editor Tim Rausch takes a look at the top 10 stories that drove the economy and markets.Tuesday marks the end of the year...
Summer home sales rebound in metro Augusta

...are getting shown a lot more than they were this time last year. It used to be a real panic feeling when you talked to people on both ends. Everyone's now feeling pretty secure."Business Editor Tim Rausch contributed to this article.
Osbon named in fraud lawsuit

...federal health care programs from fraudulent practices," U.S. Attorney Edward J. Tarver said in the statement.Business Editor Tim Rausch and Staff Writer Kyle Martin contributed to this report.
Minimum wage increases to $7.25

...he explained, "you also have people that will be making a little more income and that may not be so bad." Business Editor Tim Rausch and The Associated Press contributed to this report. Reach LaTina Emerson at (706) 823-3227 or latina...
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Augusta's tomorrow

...on bond referendums or additional sales tax money to fund some of the proposed projects. HAVE MORE QUESTIONS? ASK BUSINESS EDITOR TIM RAUSCH. REACH HIM AT (706) 823-3352 OR TIMOTHY.RAUSCH@AUGUSTACHRONICLE.COM.
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