Atlanta ranks No. 17 in the new Best Performing Cities study, which is produced annually by the Milken Institute. That’s a slight slip from a year ago, when the overall economic performance for the city (which includes Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Roswell) ranked 14th among the nation’s big cities.
Provo, Utah retained its No. 1 rank for the second year in a row and Silicon Valley ranked No. 2.
In Georgia, Augusta jumped to 95 (from 102), Savannah fell to 108 (from 48) and Columbus bumped to…
Atlanta Business Journal
Atlanta, Savannah slip in Milken's 'best performing cities' ranking