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Keith Farner

Keith Farner
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Keith Farner has worked for daily newspapers and web sites in Georgia and South Carolina since 2005. A native of Louisville, Ky., he is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. While in college, he was an intern for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The (Clarksville, Tenn.) Leaf-Chronicle and the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader.

Atlanta remains attractive for companies looking to relocate

A tax-efficient environment, well-educated workforce and agglomeration economy are just some of the reasons Fortune 500 companies are moving to the Atlanta area. Robert Kazanjian,...

Cost of Olympics questioned as #Atlanta nears anniversary

A recent trend of escalating costs to host the Olympic Games may have reached a tipping point, as spending and return on investment are...

Goizueta alumni build application to help investors’ decision making

They call it a potential game changer – something that could end 401k investment decisions woes. Built by three Goizueta Business School graduates, WikiWealth is...

Changes in mentality noted on climb of corporate ladder

He went from being perceived as a rising star in the Republican party, to having a nickname of the “Downton Abbey” congressman. Over the course...

Goizueta starts Leader in Residence program

The spectrum of leadership development within the Goizueta Business School has gained another dimension. “Being a successful leader, it’s important that you listen, you learn, then...

Goizueta leadership coaches get hands-on experience

Mark Thomas called it a waterfall moment. In the span of the Leadership Coaching Fellows Program at Goizueta Business School, Thomas witnessed what he described as the...

California drought puts pressure on business, government

California businesses large and small operating across a wide range of industries have dealt with shared pain in recent years. In early April, the...

Sports doesn’t hold monopoly on high-stake tournaments

Tournaments are fun (we're looking at you, bracket pools). But, in a corporate setting they can have multiple affects on efficiency and employee behavior.

Work to be done increasing MBA popularity among women

The value of an MBA offers a range of opportunities for women. At the Goizueta Business School, one recent alumna is working in Shanghai while...

Goizueta alumnus named to 40 under 40 list

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Trace the building blocks of Stuart Bracken’s career, and you’ll find doses of paternal advice, academic fundamentals and macro experience in New York. His father’s...

Professor receives funding to study disaster response

The types of disasters that could hit a community are ever changing, and in recent years examples of those disasters have ranged from hurricanes...

Housing market recovering, but pain points remain

As the housing market continues to recover from the Great Recession, many banks are still showing the effects in the form of tightened borrowing...

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