- The Big Payback. Mines, Katrice L. // Atlanta Tribune;Jun2014, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p11
The author comments on Atlanta, Georgia as a focal center for sports in the U.S., citing the city as home for professional franchises for baseball, basketball, and football, and an upcoming league for soccer. She mentions the video material "Why We Love Atlanta" as dedicated to its flourishing...
- Developing a base to build consensus. Bailey, Deborah // Georgia Trend;May97, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p33
Focuses on a new growth corridor in metro Atlanta, Georgia. Mission called `Building Metro South'; Regional cooperation among business and government leaders; Best vehicle in addressing concerns; Advantages of the Metro South.
- Sometimes success isn't enough: World-class Atlanta's bumpy road. McKenna, Jon // Bond Buyer;07/24/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30194, p1
Reports on the fiscal status of Atlanta, Georgia. Year-by-year municipal bond issuance from 1986 to 1997; Credit ratings; Sources of revenues for fiscal year 1996; Flight of middle class residents to the suburbs; Face-off between City Council President Marvin Arrington and Mayor Bill Campbell...
- 20-county Atlanta area has more people than 25 states. Grimes, Millard // Georgia Trend;Apr97, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p21
Focuses on the economic status of Metro Atlanta, Georgia in 1997. Employment growth covering the period of 1991-2001; Per capita personal income of each county from 1991-2001; Importance of the Hartsfield International Airport; Homebuilding boom experienced by Henry County; Total buying power...
- Atlanta: A place in the sun. Jaffa, Sam // Director;May96, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p29
Focuses on the economic growth in Atlanta, Georgia. Hosting of centenary Olympic games in 1996; Reputation as fastest growing metropolitan area in the country; Job creation; Business relocation; Foreign investments; Population forecast. INSET: Olympian potential..
- ARC and Regionalism. Donner, JoAnne // Georgia Trend;Sep2001, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p117
Focuses on the context of regionalism in Atlanta, Georgia. Ramification of local decision on regionalism on land use and transportation; Diversity of mixed-income residential neighborhood; Need to consider possibilities of high-density living.
- Atlanta. // American City & County;Jul93, Vol. 108 Issue 8, p27
Reports on a study by a Georgia State University economist Donald Ratajczak stating that Atlanta's economy is the hottest in the country accounting for five percent of all new jobs created nationwide for the past 12 months. Percentage of jobs created in the Atlanta area of Georgia in 1993;...
- Olmsted's Ghost. Nordan, David // Georgia Trend;Oct2000, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on the visions of Emory University President William Chace and Georgia State University President Carl Patton for Metro Atlanta in Georgia. Influence of Frederick Law Olmsted, father of American landscape and architecture, on the works of Chase and Patton; Comparison of Atlanta with...
- Atlanta's restaurant boom: Momentous or menacing? Hayes // Nation's Restaurant News;10/18/99, Vol. 33 Issue 42, p1
Discusses the boom in the restaurant business in Atlanta, Georgia. Economic factors behind the mushrooming of restaurants; Restaurants that have put up branches in the city; Growth in upscale and casual restaurant operations.