December 1 National Real Estate Investor, “Battle against southeast drought heats up.” By Denise Kalette.
December 1 National Real Estate Investor, “As the Economy turns softer, the noise grows ever louder.” By Matt Valley.
December 1 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Drought a drag on economy: Select segments, such as landscapers and cattle farmers, already feel the pinch, and damage could spread next year if things don’t get better.” By Michael E. Kanell.
November 30 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Drought Dries up some Georgia businesses.” By Michael E. Kanell.
November 27 The Citizen.Com, “Brown: Will hold to principles over politics, seek water, traffic solutions.” By Steve Brown.
November 27 El Nuevo Dia (Puerto Rico), “U.S. economy needs trust.” By Joanisabel Gonzalez.
November 26 Herald Tribune, “Foreign Buyers form key real estate niche.” By Jerry Chautin.
November 24 The Denver Post, “Cable, satellite TV in the dumps.” By Kimberly S. Johnson.
November 23-29 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Weak dollar helps some companies.” By Justin Rubner.
November 23-29 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Record year for state’s exports.” By Justin Rubner.
November 19 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Lack of Jobs, leadership to doom growth”. By Jay Bookman.
November 16-22 Atlanta Business Chronicle. “Business Expo draws thousands to Galleria.”
November 16 Fresh Plaza (The Netherlands), “Georgia forecaster sees better times in ’08′”.
November 15 JoongAng Daily Newspaper (Korea), “Overcoming Credit Crunch.” By Sungeun Lee.
November 15 JoongAng Daily Newspaper (Korea), “Clear Weather for Georgia Economy.” By Sungeun Lee.
November 15 The Florida Times-Union, “Brunswick economy expected to buck trend.” By Walter C. Jones.
November 15 Savannah News, “Savannah, Hinesville, Fort Stewart faster than state experts say.” By Walter Jones.
November 15 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Georgia forecaster sees better times in ’08”. By Michael E. Kanell.
November 14 The Augusta Chronicle, Forecaster sees slower job growth in Augusta.” By Walter Jones.
November 14 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Dhawan: Georgia economy likely facing a slowdown.”
November 10 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Collection of State sales tax sees a drop: The 9.9 percent decrease is “not a real positive signal”, economist says. Still, one encouraging sign is income tax revenue’s increase.” By James Salzer and Michael E. Kanell.
November 8 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Credit crunch should have zero impact on loans.” By Tom Barry.
November 6 The Natchitoches Times, “Natchitoches, Louisiana.”
November 6 Ethical Corporation: North America, “Climate risk- Acts of God on the books.” By Lisa Roner.
November 5 Women’s Wear Daily, “Industry Sheds Jobs.” By Kristi Ellis.
November 3 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobs data robust, except for patches.” By Michael E. Kanell.
November 1 The Times-Herald, Coweta sees slow job growth.” By Latina Emerson.  
October 31 Times-Georgian, “Economic outlook grim, but hopeful.” By Laura Camper. 
October 25 Business Wire, “Alternative Investment Roundup-Plan Sponsors from Texas Teacher, Ohio, Arizona, San Diego, City of Richmond to Speak.” By Jennifer A. Sobrino.
October 24 Terra. Com(Latin America), ” Fed’s action would just give a short-lived push in the market.” By Joanne Morrison (Spanish)
October 24 Reuters, “Fed move spurs only short-term job market optimism.” By Joanne Morrison. (English)
October 24 Reuters, “Fed’s Cut Can Only Induce Temporary impact on Labor Market.” By Joanne Morrison. (Spanish)
October 21 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Forsyth permits down 39%: ‘Too many houses’: County known for growth hit hard by slowdown.” By Nancy Badertscher.
October 16 The Natchitoches Times, “Lineup of Speakers listed for NSU’s Walter Porter Forum.”
October 16 Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Drought huge threat to state’s economy, says chamber group.” By Michael E. Kanell.
October 8 Palm Beach Cost, “Companies urged to tell investor risks of climate impact.” By Marilyn Geewax.
October 8 Women’s Wear Daily, “Apparel and Textile job loss continues.” By Kristi Ellis.
October 6 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Revised data food for thought at Fed.” By Michael E. Kanell.
October 1 BNA Economic Outlook, “Second Fed Rate Cut in October Not Assured But Most Likely Scenario.” By Diana I. Gregg.
September 30 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Data sought on ‘Carbon footprint’.” By Marylin Geewax.
September 30 Cox News Service, “Companies urged to disclose investment risks of their climate impact.” By Marilyn Geewax.
September 27 New York Times, “Watch those carbon footprints; Investors urged to know the risks.” By Marylin Geewax.
September 26 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “New China flights seen as boon to global trade.” By Michael E. Kanell.
September 21-27 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Hartsfield Project Costs soar to $9B.” By Rachel Tobin Ramos.
September 19 South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com, “Fed Cuts Interest rates and stock prices soar.” By Harriet Johnson Brackey.
September 10 Women’s Wear Daily, “Latest Job cuts Could Weigh on Economy.” By Evan Clark.
September 10 The Christian Science Monitor, “Could a recession lie ahead? Watch the Job Market.” By Mark Trumbull.
September1 National Real Estate Investor,The First Phase of the Credit Storm is Over, But Expect More Turbulence.” By Matt Valley.
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September 6

Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Experts say job outlook a mixed bag for 2008.” By Mark Woolsey.
August 26 The San Diego Union –Tribune, “Why can’t mortgages be more affordable?” By Dean Calbreath.
August 24 Seeking Alpha, “Housing Bubble and Real Estate Market Tracker.” No Author.
August 24 Australian Financial Review, “Fed action: be careful what you wish for.” By Ellis Mnyandu.
August 23 New Zealand Press Association, “Analysis-Fed Rate Cut May Haunt Wall Street.” By Ellis Mnyandu.
August 23 AugustaChronicle.com, “Growth slows in Augusta,” By Walter C. Jones.
August 23 OnlineAthens.com, “Economist predicts Athens will add jobs.” By Walter C. Jones.
August 23 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economist doubts downturn: A top Georgia analyst sees rocky times ahead but believes more jobs are coming, just not high-paying ones, if the Fed Cuts interest rates.”(Front Page) By Michael E. Kanell.
August 22 Atlanta Journal-Constitution (ajc.com), “Georgia economist: Fed must do more to avert recession; Housing market woes could have larger impact.” By Michael E. Kanell.
August 22 Atlanta Journal-Constitution (ajc.com), “Jobs continue to migrate; Experts say economy will benefit long term from outsourcing and offshoring.” By Laura Raines.
August 22 Atlanta Journal-Constitution (ajc.com), “Tech is back; Industry has recovered from downturn, and salaries reflect demand for top talent.” By Laura Raines.
August 22 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Dhawan: Housing market slowdown impacting Georgia economy.” Author Unknown.
August 22 Reuters, “Analysis-Fed rate cut many haunt Wall Street.” By Ellis Mnyandu.
August 18 The New York Sun, “Stocks Soar on Surprise Cut by Fed.” By Madlen Read.
August 17 Bloomberg.com, “Fed Cuts Discount Rate to 5.75% to Ease Credit Crunch (Update2).” By Scott Lanman and Brendan Murray.
August 13 The Christian Science Monitor, “Credit crisis has Main Street watching Wall Street.” By Mark Trumbull.
August 8 AtlantaJ ournal-Constitution, “Fed leaves interest rate unchanged: Inflation viewed as top threat.” Author Unknown.
August 2 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Atlanta’s lumps in housing milder than in boomtowns.” By Michael E. Kanell.
August 1 Gwinnett Daily Post, “Business total growing faster than employee total.” By Ryan Crawford.
July 27 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Makeover Mania; Housing industry slump a boon for remodelers.” By Lori Johnston.
July 27 Bloomberg.com, “U.S. Economy probably quickened last quarter on factory pickup.” By Shobhana Chandra.
July 27 Reuters, “RPT-POLL-U.S. economy to see solid growth in second quarter.” Author Unknown.
July 26 Dow Jones Newswires Column, “Fed papers look at Taylor Rule with new eye.” By Michael S. Derby.
July 25 Reuters, “POLL-U.S. economy to see solid growth in second quarter.” Author Unknown.
July 24 Reuters, “Analysis-US GDP revisions may explain labor market strength.” By Joanne Morrison.
July 20 Staffing Industry Report, “Beige Book: Hiring up for some.” By Craig Johnson.
July 14 Reuters, “Analysis-Washington-US consumers, socked with soaring gasoline costs, pricier borrowing terms and sinking home values, have cut back on spending and could lead the economy to even slower growth than expected.” By Joanne Morrison and Emily Kaiser.
July 12 Reuters, “Analysis-Can U.S. consumer hold up as economy slows.” By Joanne Morrison and Emily Kaiser.
July National Real Estate Investor, “Recession or resurgence? Economists’ views differ.” By Matt Hudgins.
July FinFacts (Ireland), “Monday Newspaper Review-Irish Business News and International Stories.” By Finfacts Team.
July 9 The New York Times, “Increasing rate of foreclosures upsets Atlanta.” By Vikas Bajaj.
July 8 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Impact of ICE not easy to gauge.” By Michael E. Kanell.
June 18 Women’s Wear Daily, “Women’s Apparel Prices Decline in May.” By Evan Clark.
June 7 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Job data not exact science: Economy’s turns never reflected.” By Michael E. Kanell.
June 2 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Jobs data surprisingly bright: Service sectors grow; factories, retail decline.” By Michael E. Kanell.
June 1 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economy hit rough patch in 1st quarter.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 30 Hoy Digital (Dominican Republic), “Fed will cut rates.” By Author Unknown.
May 29 Gwinnett Daily Post, “Georgia not immune to slow economy.” By Dave Williams.
May 26 CTV globemedia, “Are we on the road to a recession?” By Heather Scoffield.
May 24 FloridaTimes-Union, “Brunswick may be a good place to look for a job firms in the area will be hiring faster than others in the state, a report says.” By Walter Jones.
May 24 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “‘Soft landing’ strategy would help spur growth.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 23 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “State’s job growth slowing, GSU forecaster says.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 20 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Georgia 100: Changing landscape: For attracting industry, the playing field is more level than when Georgia breezed past its Southeast neighbors.” By Tom Walker.
May 20 Market Watch, “Economic Preview; Gloom settles over housing market.” By Greg Robb.
May 16 Women’s Wear Daily, “Monthly Retail Apparel Prices Slip.” By Evan Clark.
May 10 USA Today, “Is home slump a speed bump for spenders? ; Consumers haven’t seemed to slow too much so far.” By Sue Kirchhoff.
May 6 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Rcession calling? Only a handful of economists say a downturn is coming, but more are moving onto the fence.” By Michael E. Kanell.
May 2 USA Today, “Auto sales pull into the pits; Higher fuel prices, housing market cited.” By James R. Healey, Chris Woodyard and Sue Kirchhoff.
May 1 National Real Estate Investor, “Demographic Disconnect.” By Parke M. Chapman.
May 1 Business 2.0, “The Best Jobs in the Hottest Markets.” By Paul Kaihla.
April 18 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Oil, gas prices send inflation meter soaring.” By Michael E. Kanell.
April 17 Women’s Wear Daily, “Early easter puts a hop in specialty store sales.” By Kristi Ellis.
April 5 Reuters, “Analysis-Prevent U.S.A. industrialists floods growth economy.” By Joanne Morrison.
April 5 Reuters, “Caution, The business sector can stop economic growth.” By Joanne Morrison.
April 5 Reuters, “Analysis-U.S. business caution could stall economic growth.” By Joanne Morrison.
March 25 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Sorting out subprime: In worst-case scenario, enough dominoes fall that effects are felt far beyond housing sector. While some observers contend any damage from risky lending can be contained, others fret about economy.” By Michael E. Kanell.
March 24 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Existing home sales spurt as prices fall.”
March 21 Reuters, “RPT-Analysis-US housing, mortgage woes contagion feared.” By Joanne Morrison.
March 21 Reuters, “RPT-Analysis-US housing, mortgage woes contagion feared.” By Joanne Morrison.
March 20 Hotel Interactive, “Fundamentals Strong, Weakening Undercurrent.” By Glenn Haussman.
March 19 Asbury Park & Press, “Need for reservists strains employers.” By Will Edwards.
March 15 Primedia Insight (National Real Estate Investor),  “Anemic Job Growth Could Stall Commercial Real Estate’s Momentum.” By Matt Hudgins.
March 15 The Christian Science Monitor, “Home-loan trouble spurs fears of US ‘credit crunch’; Such worry is one reason that stock prices took a dive Tuesday. Could the problems affect the broader economy? By Mark Trumbull.
March 10 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Growth in jobs worst in 2 years.” By Michael E. Kanell.
March 5 Dow Jones Business News, “THE FED: Bernanke Heads Into The Unknown Without Recession Rule Book.” By Rex Nutting.
March 4 Business Report (South Africa), “US firms count the costs of sending their staff as reservists to…” By Will Edwards.
March 4 The Sunday Independent, “US Firms count the costs of sending their staff as reservists to war in Iraq.” By Peter De Ionno.
March 2 Bloomberg, “Quagmire Deepens for U.S. Employers with Reservists in Iraq.” By Will Edwards.
March 2 MarketWatch, “Bernanke heads into the unknown: Fed chairman may have to throw out his beloved rule book.” By Rex Nutting.
February 27 USA Today, “Growth in Rocky Mountains states outpaces rest of USA; Demand for energy, agriculture helps.” By Sue Kirchhoff.
February 26 HOY (Dominican Republic), “Possible Rate drops by Fed.” Author Unknown.
February 23 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Giant U.S. economy swallows ‘small’ wars: But for military towns and well-positioned businesses, Iraq spending is a ticket to growth.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 22 Athens Economy (Online Athens.com), “Slow, steady job gains expected.” By Walter C. Jones.
February 22 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Forecaster: Economy on pace.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 22 The Florida Times-Union, “Brunswick near top in predicted job growth The state’s coastal and military towns are forecast to lead economic expansion.” By Walter C. Jones.
February 21 Dekalb News, Atlanta News: “Report: Fed Rate Cuts Seen for Soft Landing.” By John Morris.
February 21 Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Dhawan: State economy slowing down, but foundation is solid.” Author Unknown.
February 3 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Payrolls grow less than expected: Most new jobs in service sector.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 1 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Economy refuses to fall: Fed leaves rates alone: 3.5% fourth-quarter growth comes despite slump in housing market.” By Michael E. Kanell.
February 1 The Christian Science Monitor, “For the US economy, a surprise growth spurt at end of 2006; Final quarter output of goods and services beat economist estimates, and a new GDP report raised no inflation concerns.” By Mark Trumbull.
January 23 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Readers Write.” By  Elisabeth Johnston, Diana Burke, Bob Peterson, Larry Shuman, Steve Hipps, Richard E. Besser, Lawrence R. Pomeroy, & Richard Croker.
January 22 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Falling gas prices test drivers’ frugal habits: Will fuel-conscious motorists maintain their new behavior? By Michael E. Kanell.
January 18 Atlanta Journal- Constitution, “Globalized economy a double-edged sword for Americans.” By Michael E. Kanell.
January 16 Women’s Wear Daily, “Apparel Sales up in December.” By Evan Clark.
January 11 Atlanta Journal- Constitution, “U.S. trade deficit narrows- a little.” By Michael E. Kanell.
January 9 USA Today, “Fed official’s caution on inflation dashes hopes for a rate cut very soon.” By Barbara Hagenbaugh.
January Diario Uno (Argentina), “The fed lowers rates in 2007.” Author Unknown.
January 6 Newswire, “Groei: ‘Amerika stort niet in’.” By Jeroen de Boer.