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J.B. Fuqua

...1980. His first million had been made by the age of 35. His corporation, now headquartered in Atlanta, became Fuqua Industries in 1965. His greatest contribution to Augusta outside of broadcasting is the Alan Fuqua Center which opened in 1974...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/01/op_277114.shtml
Opinion columns
Airports to confer on fares

...according to Tim Maund, executive director of the CSRA Regional Development Center. He said Georgia-Pacific and Fuqua Industries are two of the businesses that left because of high fares while others didn't locate here for the same reason...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/02/05/biz_203586.shtml
XXX Bizarre
He lived the American dream

...million dollars - and, after moving to Atlanta some years later, parlayed that into a multibillion dollar empire, Fuqua Industries. But business was by no means his only success. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Mr. Fuqua was elected three...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/08/edi_76526.shtml
Editorials
Life shaped by leading, giving

...Atlanta-based conglomerate Fuqua Industries, the son of a Virginia tobacco...companies, which grew into Fuqua Industries. Those who worked with him...which eventually grew into Fuqua Industries. Companies he controlled...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/07/met_76461.shtml
Metro
WGAC was launchpad for many country, bluegrass artists in area

...founded Augusta's first television station, WJBF (Channel 6), which still bears his initials. He also founded Fuqua Industries, now based in Atlanta. Over the past six decades, WGAC has had its share of great announcers, including George...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/12/01/rho_27870.shtml
Ramblin' Rhodes
J. B. Fuqua (ATLANTA, Ga.)

...Over the next 65 years, he used his financial skills to build a fortune. For many years, he was the Chairman of Fuqua Industries, a New York Stock Exchange company that at one time was one of the nation's largest conglomerates. Business was...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/07/obi_76469.shtml
Obituaries
Mrs. Winona Warner (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...for 35 years under the tutelage of J. B. Fuqua, the founder of WJBF, and served as the first female officer of Fuqua Industries, a New York Stock Exchange company. She and her husband, Otis H. Warner, Jr., were married on the grounds...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/04/14/obi_450299.shtml
Obituaries
Thomas Hennesy

...industry. In 1974, he rejoined a much more diversified Fuqua Industries, Inc. and served as president of Half-Gaines...four partners, purchased Tractor Supply Co. from Fuqua Industries in 1982 in a classic leveraged buyout. Stressing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/08/obi_311629.shtml
Obituaries
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