Georgia praised for export effort

ATLANTA -- The soon-to-be-expanded Port of Savannah gets a boost as the nation's fastest-growing port from three entities helping overseas sales won national recognition.

Working without a 'Net

The process has worked well since 1998. If it's not broken, why is Obama trying to "fix" it?

Veteran career workshops to be held Friday

Career workshops aimed at assisting returning veterans are scheduled for Friday at First Baptist Church.

Streamline export licensing

Bureaucratic red tape puts U.S. companies at a competitive disadvantage.

Researchers working on scale for wildfire similar to those for earthquakes, tornadoes

Federal researchers are developing a scale for wildfire similar to those used for earthquakes and tornadoes.

Georgia challenges Virginia school's trademark on Regent University name

The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia filed a petition on Dec. 4 seeking the cancellation of a Virginia college's trademarked name.

Perdue heads to Cuba with trade delegation

Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue met Monday with officials from Cuba's Chamber of Commerce and its food import company, part of a two-day visit to explore his state's trade and tourism possibilities with the country.

Across Georgia

Republican Tom Graves was elected to the U.S. House in a special election runoff Tuesday.

SC business man illegally exported to Iran, feds say

COLUMBIA - The president of a North Charleston company has been arrested and charged with illegally exporting goods to Iran and lying to agents about his trade practices, according to federal prosecutors.

Enduring winter isn't just about staying warm and cozy

Every few years, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the National Weather Service team up to publish a guide called Winter Storms, The Deceptive Killers. Georgians and South...

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