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Boeing, Delta Air Lines could benefit from FAA decision on Vietnamese airlines

Boeing has three airline customers in Vietnam itching for airplanes to serve the fast-growing South Asian country, and one of them is a Delta Air Lines partner.
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High Court Pulls Plug on Counties' Call for $100M in 911 Charges

High Court Pulls Plug on Counties' Call for $100M in 911 Charges

“Concluding that the 911 charge is a tax as a matter of law, and the Counties' lawsuits thus are precluded, we reverse the Court of Appeals," Justice Nels Peterson wrote for a unanimous Georgia Supre…
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Lin Wood Files Lawsuit on Behalf Teen Wearing MAGA Hat in Viral Video

Lin Wood Files Lawsuit on Behalf Teen Wearing MAGA Hat in Viral Video

The lawsuit targets the Washington Post over its coverage of the encounter between the student and a Native American activist in Washington. 
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Watch Atlanta execs explain the state's top marketing campaigns (Video)

Atlanta Business Chronicle and the marketing department of Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business Wednesday morning celebrated innovation and excellence in marketing at its 2…
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Horse racing clears first hurdle in General Assembly

A Georgia Senate committee approved a constitutional amendment Wednesday asking voters statewide to decide whether to legalize pari-mutuel betting on horse racing in the Peach State.
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Congressman John Lewis to introduce Best Picture nominee at Oscars

Georgia Congressman John Lewis will introduce one of the eight Best Picture nominees on Sunday’s Academy Awards telecast, show producer Donna Gigliotti and co-producer and director Glenn Weiss announ…
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Emory receives AAU grant to improve undergraduate STEM education

Emory is one of 12 universities nationwide selected to receive a grant from the Association of American Universities to further existing efforts to improve undergraduate education in science, technol…
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New Orlando football team will practice in Georgia

Atlanta’s rival in the new Alliance of American Football will practice in Georgia rather than its home state of Florida because of Florida’s insurance rules, The Orlando Sentinel reports. The Orland…
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Despite Closing Asia Offices, Troutman Sanders Sees Revenue and Profit Growth

Despite Closing Asia Offices, Troutman Sanders Sees Revenue and Profit Growth

Troutman recruited 16 lateral partners last year, but it shuttered its roughly 40-lawyer practice in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai, causing head count to decline. 
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UPS sues United Pot Smokers over trademark infringement

United Parcel Service Inc. has filed a lawsuit against the operators of three websites — United Pot Smokers, UPS420.com and UPS.green — claiming trademark infringement, trademark dilution, false adve…
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Report: Delta, EasyJet may invest over $400 million in struggling Italian airline

Struggling Italian airline Alitalia SpA is in talks with Delta Air Lines and EasyJet to draft a rescue plan and explore investment options. Bloomberg reports the Atlanta-based airline and U.K. carri…
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Irish nutrition group taps former Coca-Cola exec for its board of directors

A former Coca-Cola executive has joined the board of directors for an Irish global nutrition group. Glanbia plc said Wednesday that Mary Minnick will be one of two additions to its board as an indep…
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Georgia House passes constitutional change to protect trust funds

The latest effort to protect Georgia's various dedicated trust funds from being raided for other purposes easily cleared the state House of Representatives Wednesday. The House voted 169-1 in favor …
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Movie Review: 'Never Look Away' has the sweep of something by Tolstoy or Dickens

Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s new movie, “Never Look Away,” has been nominated for a Best Foreign Langue Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards. And no wonder. It has the epic incident-laden sweep …
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Lincoln Memorial video teen sues The Washington Post for $250 million

A Kentucky high school student who became the focal point of a viral video has sued the Washington Post for defamation, claiming the newspaper falsely accused him of racist acts and instigating a con…
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