Local businessmen battle over property

An Eighth Street office building is at the heart of a battle between local businessmen involved in a tangled web of wasted business deals. The players left standing are Wayne B. Brown, owner of several area Taco...

FBI considers probe of local businessmen

The FBI is considering launching a full-fledged investigation into the dealings of two local businessmen. Numerous civil suits already have been filed against Larry Katzer and Fred Moir, officers of SportsWorld Group Inc. The Berckmans...

All-in-one billing emerging

...is called "bundling" -- and competition between telecommunications companies is bringing it to Augusta, some local businessmen have said. Local upstart Knology Holdings Inc. began offering telephone, cable television and high-speed Internet...

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Ceremony marks step in new GRU building

...help fund the building as part of a challenge grant; that, in turn, attracted $13 million more in donations. Local businessmen Clay Boardman and James Hull and others took up the challenge of raising $5 million locally as part of that, Boardman...

Group seeks to keep Augusta in new university's name

A group of local businessmen met Wednesday to form a committee to keep the name "Augusta" in the new university being formed by the Georgia Board of Regents...

Name change -- in name only?

...Georgia Regents University Augusta" is but the "brand name."But it remains that the Save the A committee of local businessmen ? the ones who managed to get us this far ? obviously felt this was the best we could do at this point.You...

Local businessmen join to open store

One of the few diamond-cutting companies outside New York City is opening a retail showroom on Stevens Creek Road.

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The color of change

...And right now, he's leading the way toward "greener" buildings in Augusta.Boardman and his brother Clay, local businessmen and philanthropists both, are in the vanguard of a new breed of developers here who believe that going green is...

Local direct-mail frachises sold

...television stations, purchased franchises in Augusta, Athens, Ga., Columbia and Memphis, Tenn., formerly owned by local businessmen Blane Bailey and Rick Donaldson. The deal closed officially Nov. 4. The announcement was made Wednesday by Super...

Cohan sells 20 percent of Warriors

...the club to a group of Bay Area investors. Cohan, one of just six NBA owners with no partners, will have four local businessmen as partners if the transaction is approved by the league's board of governors. They include Michael Marks, CEO...