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  • Atlanta Stadium for Falcons Prompts Bond Fight

    Home Depot Inc. co-founder Arthur Blank, having bought the Atlanta Falcons, is getting help from the city to build a $1.2 billion football stadium to replace a venue that a skeptic noted is barely older than Miley Cyrus.

  • Synovus Reaches $11.8 Million Accord Over Sea Island

    Synovus Financial Corp. investors, led by two pension funds, reached an $11.8 million settlement of a lawsuit against the bank over more than $200 million in soured loans to the Georgia luxury resort Sea Island Co., according to a court filing.

  • SpyEye Russian Creator Pleads Guilty in Software Case

    A Russian man accused of creating SpyEye, a malicious software used to drain bank accounts and steal information from 253 financial institutions, pleaded guilty to U.S. fraud charges.

  • SpyEye Russian Creator Pleads Guilty in Software Case

    A Russian man accused of creating SpyEye, a malicious software used to drain bank accounts and steal information from 253 financial institutions, pleaded guilty to U.S. fraud charges.

  • I Liked to Sell the World a Coke (Part 1): Neville Isdell

    Coca-Cola was losing the Philippines, where failure might have been the beginning of the end of our global business. By 1981, the nation was the world’s 10th-largest soft-drink market, but Pepsi had a 2-to-1 market share and the Coke bottler, owned by the Soriano family’s San Miguel Corp., warned that it could no longer sustain its losses unless Coke shared the burden.

  • I Liked to Sell the World a Coke (Part 2): Neville Isdell

    I was the first non-German since 1933 to head Coca-Cola in stoic, sophisticated West Germany, which was then vying with Japan to be the company’s largest international division. As division president of Central Europe, I also had Switzerland and Austria under my auspices. But Germany was the focus.

  • Alabama Power Wins Appeal Over Industrial Emissions

    Alabama Power Co. must face a U.S. lawsuit claiming it violated the Clean Air Act by modifying three coal plants without proper permits, a federal appeals court ruled, reinstating a case dismissed by a trial judge.

  • Alabama Power Wins Appeal Over Industrial Emissions

    Alabama Power Co. won a challenge over industrial emissions standards after a federal appeals court ruled against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  • Fed’s Lockhart Sees ‘High Bar’ for Any Post-June Bond Buying

    Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said there would be a high hurdle for the start of more asset purchases after the central bank finishes buying $600 billion of Treasury securities in June.

  • Citizens Bank, Customers Agree to Mediation in Checking Overdraft Lawsuit

    Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania and plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging overdraft fees asked for a delay in proceedings while they pursue private mediation, according to a court filing.

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