The 408-foot tall spire now crowns One World Trade Center, making it the tallest building in the Western Hempisphere.
Jim Chanos has missed something in shorting Dell, Carl Icahn says.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn defends his bid for control of Dell.
The agency said it continued to suffer because of declining mail volume and a Congressional mandate requiring it to pay into a health fund for future retirees.
Shifts in education and technology may signal less wage inequality. The Fiscal Times reports.
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By Sharon Ricks Music is powerful. It can fill up a restaurant on a slow night, bring joy to a child’s face, or send an urgent message to a violent world. On a Tuesday evening in early April, it did all three at once at the Pizza Hut Restaurant on Crosstown Court in Peachtree City. [...]
Last July, Mamie Smith of Peachtree City visited Machu Picchu, Peru, with Girl Scouts from across the country. “It was an amazing, life-changing journey,” she says. “I think it’s wonderful that Girl Scouts have the opportunity to travel the world if they fundraise and work hard. I had to sell a lot of cookies, but [...]
Peachtree City Library will host a book signing with local mystery author Larissa Reinhart on Saturday, May 18, at 2 p.m. Reinhart’s latest, Still Life in Brunswick Stew (Henery Press, 2013), is the second installment in her Cherry Tucker Mystery series. The first book in the series, Portrait of a Dead Guy (Henery Press, 2012), [...]
Brenda and Jeff Stephens with their copy of Fayette Woman magazine at Elk Mountain in Missoula, Montana.