Our cars, our homes, our appliances and even our toys: Things around us are going to keep getting smarter. In 2016, we'll entrust even more of our lives and their intimate details to machines - not to mention the companies that run them.
In early December, nine Master of Fine Arts graduate candidates from the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art at Georgia Southern University drove to Miami to attend one of the largest art shows in the world.
Georgia Farm Bureau members in the organization's Middle Georgia Region recently re-elected Robert Fountain Jr. of Emanuel County to represent their region on the Georgia Farm Bureau Board of Directors for another three-year term.
The Georgia Southern University Online MBA was named recently among the best online MBA programs for 2015-2016 by "AffordableColleges Online.org" in its third annual ranking for Best Online MBA programs.
Paula Troupe has joined Queensborough National Bank and Trust Mortgage as a Mortgage Loan Officer, specializing in FHA, VA, and Conventional Loan Financing. Ms Troupe has been in mortgage banking for 30 years.
TOKYO - Toyota was the world's top-selling automaker for the first nine months of this year, selling nearly 7.5 million vehicles, and overtaking Volkswagen which was in the No. 1 spot for the half year.
Concerted Services Inc. announces that Walter Gibson has recently joined the Executive Board of Directors, as a representative of Bulloch County.
The Averitt Center for the Arts added recently two employees to the team in an effort to fulfill the mission of the organization.
Bulloch First, a division of the Citizens Bank of Swainsboro, announces that Gay Dailey has joined the team of bankers in Statesboro.
Optim Orthopedics, a leading orthopedic provider in southeast Georgia, adds orthopedist Gregory
Led by longtime president Lannie Lee, the Bulloch County Farm Bureau was recognized recently for its outstanding member programs, during the Georgia Farm Bureau 7th District Annual Meeting.
Michelle Smith Lank, director of A Kid's World Learning Center in Statesboro, was selected recently as a member of the inaugural Quality Rated Advisory Committee for the Bright Start : Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning program.
Georgia employers can now take advantage of new tax credits when they support employees' successful completion of a General Educational Development (GED) test. The Technical College System of Georgia will work with businesses in the state to promote the participation and success of employee GED attainment.
Prior to her death in November 2014, Lynda Brannen Williamson envisioned a foundation charged with the mission of providing servant leadership training and mentoring to young, professional women in this area.
Farmers & Merchants Bank announces the appointment of Robert M. Benson III as vice president, business banker and manager of the Brannen Street branch in Statesboro.
Greg Proctor, manager for member services of Excelsior Electric Membership Corporation, was named president/CEO by the Excelsior EMC board of directors beginning April 1.
WASHINGTON - U.S. home sales rebounded in December after new regulations had delayed the completion of purchases in November. And total sales in 2015 were ...
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