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Company cooks up new meaning for ‘hospital food’

Company cooks up new meaning for ‘hospital food’

Would you like a handmade burger of locally sourced beef on herb focaccia bread with spicy Korean mayo and sweet potato fries? Feel free to swap the red meat for…

‘Tech Village’ in the works for Sandy Springs

‘Tech Village’ in the works for Sandy Springs

A “Sandy Springs Tech Village” workspace to help technology start-up companies may be created by the city and the local Chamber of Commerce. “How do you think [the digital currency…

Alternative transit businesses find new opportunities in Perimeter area

Alternative transit businesses find new opportunities in Perimeter area

Wayne Sisco has looked out over the empty rooftops of Perimeter Center’s parking garages and seen the future. The Sandy Springs resident envisions a web of gondolas—something like enclosed ski-lift…

Q&A: Leadership lessons from former UPS international president, Olde Blind Dog pub founder

Q&A: Leadership lessons from former UPS international president, Olde Blind Dog pub founder

“Leadership Lessons from a UPS Driver” is a new management advice book from Ron Wallace, who worked his way up from delivery driver to international division president at United Parcel…

Perimeter Business: Pet portrait business makes its warm-and-fuzzy mark

Perimeter Business: Pet portrait business makes its warm-and-fuzzy mark

A new Sandy Springs business called My Pooch Face is working like a dog, producing custom portrait paintings of pets for hundreds of clients across the country. “We got it…

New corporate headquarters reflect millennial generation’s demands

New corporate headquarters reflect millennial generation’s demands

The Fortune 500 company Newell Brands this year made the shortest of corporate headquarters relocations, moving about a third of a mile within Sandy Springs. But it was also a…

Q&A: Georgia Hispanic Construction Association strives to ‘empower’ Hispanic achievement

Q&A: Georgia Hispanic Construction Association strives to ‘empower’ Hispanic achievement

In January, the Georgia Hispanic Construction Association moved to a new headquarters at 2750 Buford Highway in Brookhaven. The educational, advocacy and business development nonprofit, which represents about 200 members,…

Regents plans to add hotel, apartments, restaurants at Concourse

Regents plans to add hotel, apartments, restaurants at Concourse

Regents Partners LLC is proposing to build a 125-room hotel, 260-plus apartments and a pair of restaurants in a $90 million addition to the Concourse development in Sandy Springs. The…

Airbnb moves into the ‘burbs

Airbnb moves into the ‘burbs

“Cozy room in suburbia!” reads a listing on Airbnb.com, offering travelers a bedroom on a quiet Dunwoody street for $68 a night. The room may be illegal as well as…

Why changing a Sandy Springs rent law could mean ‘cooler’ restaurants

Why changing a Sandy Springs rent law could mean ‘cooler’ restaurants

Why do unique, indie restaurants flourish in places like Buckhead and Buford Highway? One behind-the-scenes factor is a landlord-tenant deal called “percentage rent,” which lowers the start-up costs for mom-and-pop…

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