Norfolk Southern Corp. sold its land in Atlanta’s “Gulch” for $150 million, one of the highest prices paid for a downtown development site in recent memory, according to local real estate information firm Databank Inc….

Midtown planners will get a glimpse tonight at the new planned Atlanta headquarters of railroad giant Norfolk Southern Corp (NYSE: NSC). Midtown’s Development Review Committee is set to hear the project Tuesday night. Gov. Nathan…

The golf club management company that redeveloped the historic Bobby Jones Golf Course this year is rebranding itself. From now on, Atlanta-based Mosaic Clubs will be known as Bobby Jones Links, the company announced Monday….

Being a native Atlantan, I grew up in the last gasp of the despicable Jim Crow South. However, there were things I learned from the remarkable movie, “Green Book,” that I never knew. Things like:…

Gov.-elect Brian Kemp named a half dozen lawmakers Friday to help steer his agenda through the General Assembly. Kemp named members of the Georgia House of Representatives to serve as his House floor leaders, including…

The nation’s largest retailer of used cars is testing what it dubs “the future of car buying” in Atlanta. CarMax Inc. (NYSE: KMX) launched a new option in Atlanta this week, giving customers a choice on…

Atlanta is highlighted among the nation’s hottest markets to find tech talent in a report by Forrester Research Inc. (NASDAQ: FORR), a national market research firm. In its report on 2018’s “Tech Talent Hotspots” in…

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Scott Woodall has served as the President and CEO of Woodall & Broome since the start of the company in 1994. Prior to that, he spent many years in law enforcement in the states of Florida and Georgia. After being accepted into the police academy at the age of 19, he worked as a uniformed police officer. Continue reading

Atlanta didn’t get Amazon’s HQ2, but what it may end up getting is higher-than-normal home value growth. In the next year, a handful of metro areas that competed for Amazon’s second headquarters are expected to…

Social media can be an ugly place, but that’s not why Coca-Cola decided to go “dark” on all of its channels last month. Instead, the move was meant to mark a turning point on a…