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GenerationNEXT 2018 Honoree: Ryan J. Dew

Ryan J. Dew, 35

GenerationNEXT 2018 Honoree: John C. ‘Clint’ Carroll

Clint Carroll, 35

GenerationNEXT 2018 Honoree: Aisha Butts

Aisha Butts, 38

GenerationNEXT 2018 Honoree: Jeff Bush

Jeff Bush, 31

GenerationNEXT 2018 Honoree: Luke Bradley

Luke Bradley, 29

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Executive Profile: David V. Capallo

David V. Capallo

BiS in brief: Cotton Sail Hotel, TLC awards, SCORE workshop

SCORE to host workshop

GenerationNEXT 2018 Honoree: Ryan Faulk

Ryan Faulk, 37

Ramsey: Mind your manners - changing habits in 2018

January is typically the month when most people think about making resolutions or setting goals for the New Year. With all good intentions, resolutions soon go by the wayside, and we continue in our old ways.

Concept cars from Japan automakers offer glimpse into future

By Dee-Ann Durbin

FILE- In a Jan. 5, 2018, file photo, the Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept vehicle is presented at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Japanese vehicle brands are exploring new design ideas, and figuring out what sets them apart from their U.S. and European rivals, with new prototype vehicles. Nissan, Infiniti and Lexus are all unveiling new concept cars at the Detroit auto show, which opens to the public, Saturday, Jan. 20. (AP Photo/Tony Ding, File)

Click, tap, buy: Holiday shoppers spent record amount online

Associated Press

Hinchey named regional chair for Georgia Chamber

St. Joseph’s/Candler President and CEO Paul P. Hinchey has been elected Region 12 Chair for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the organization announced Tuesday.

City Talk: NaaN on Broughton off to a great start

I made my first trip to NaaN On Broughton just a few days after the restaurant opened.

Briyani from NaaN on Broughton (Image from www.naanonbroughton.com)

BiS in brief: Gaslight Group, Kroger, EnMarket, Georgia Power updates

Georgia Power awards new teacher grants

Local governments won’t say what they’re offering Amazon

By Josh Cornfield

Robertson: Businesses should consider web trends this year

Now that we are into a new year, it’s important to know which trends are worth exploring for your business. While it can be tempting to dismiss each year’s new trends as just another fad or phase, in a world where Google rules website searches it’s important to know which emerging trends in website development and SEO (search engine optimization) will benefit your organization. Here are some of these top trends for 2018.

City Talk: Evening parking easy to find as new parking rules take effect

If you routinely park north of Liberty Street, you probably know that regulations, hours of enforcement and hourly rates changed at the beginning of 2018.

Savannah Bananas owner teaches lesson in ‘Standing Out’

When Jesse Cole and his wife, Emily, bought the Savannah Bananas baseball team in October 2015, they poured their focus — and their funds — into traditional marketing.

Jesse Cole, owner of the Savannah Bananas, talks with fans during a game. (Savannah Morning News file photo)

Letters: Stereotyping leaves out real nature of groups, people

I believe that stereotyping of any group of people is dangerous and particularly to our republic and to our democracy.