Atlanta's Chart Industries selling subsidiary for $320M, focusing on high-growth areas

A big metro Atlanta-based maker of industrial equipment said Tuesday it’s selling one of its businesses for $320 million in a move to focus on more high-growth areas.

Ballground, Ga.-headquartered Chart Industries Inc. (Nasdaq: GTLS) said it will sell its cryobiological products business to Cryoport Inc. (Nasdaq: CYRX), a Nashville, Tenn.-based life sciences services company.

Cryobiological products are used for transport of biological samples and storage of vaccinations, tissue, cells, blood…


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Atlanta's Chart Industries selling subsidiary for 0M, focusing on high-growth areas

Morehouse College receives $9 million grant to boost STEM subjects

One of Atlanta’s most prominent Historically black colleges received another funding booster shot focused on increasing opportunities for minority students.

Morehouse College said Thursday it received a $9 million grant from the National Science Foundation as a founding partner of the HBCU Undergraduate Success Research Center. The initiative is designed to “increase educational and employment opportunities for minorities interested in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics,”…


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Morehouse College receives million grant to boost STEM subjects

Atlanta Falcons, United to play without fans at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

The Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United won’t be greeted by their fans when they return to Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Parent company AMB Sports and Entertainment announced on Monday that both teams will play without fans in attendance for scheduled home games through September. The wait could be longer, too, as the teams said they will address attendance at future games on a later date.

“The health and safety of our fans is our top priority,” AMBSE CEO Steve Cannon said in a statement. “As…


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Atlanta Falcons, United to play without fans at Mercedes-Benz Stadium