Category: Business & Economy

Do Georgia’s Senators Side With Unions Or Georgia’s Workers?

This week’s Courier Herald column: A few months ago I wrote a column suggesting that it was time to accept electric vehicles as mainstream.  Too many, mostly from conservative political circles, associate the advancement in technology with overreaching political agendas. The two concepts can and should be treated separately.  Adapting to new technologies and incorporating

Georgia Answering Call For More Cybersecurity Workers

Last week’s Courier Herald column: I had a long drive Tuesday, and much of it was punctuated by recurring news updates regarding President Biden’s summit of leaders from the tech and financial industries on Cybersecurity.  While the meeting had been highly choreographed to emphasize what private industry is already doing to combat the ever present

Even After Elections Georgia Remains Political And Economic Ground Zero

This week’s Courier Herald column: Georgia is once again the epicenter of national politics.  The vehicle of choice this time is a bill to codify changes to Georgia’s voting laws.  An objective observer would find it important to delineate the word “codify” because many of the procedures used during the 2020 elections were done outside