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Delta loses some, but gains to keep quarter profits looking nice

Delta has posted their 2014 profits to be a total of $659 million, annual profit that took a lot of hits due to the decline in oil prices. Delta reported a loss of $712 million for the fourth quarter. But …

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Coke to cut 2,000 jobs and more

According to various media sources, Coca-Cola will be issuing pink slips to possibly over 2,000 employees worldwide, but big cuts are expected here in the Atlanta headquarters. As more and more people are drinking less soft drinks, Coke is looking …

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McDonalds has the answers if you have the questions

America’s biggest fast food chain, McDonalds, has launched a campaign, “Our Food, Your Questions,” to answer the many questions that customers has had concerning their food over the recent years.  The fast food chain has 14,000 locations in the United …

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Marvin Ellison set to become CEO of JCPenney

After spending 0ver 12 years with America’s biggest home improvement retailer, Executive Vice President, Marvin Ellison, will be leaving Home Depot to become the President/CEO of JCPenney. Ellison will start working with JCPenney on November 1st, but he will not …

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Consumer Reports rates Chick-fil-a the best location for chicken sandwiches

Consumer Reports has published a research study that they conducted the with the general public, giving them the opportunity to rate their favorite fast food chains. Atlanta’s favorite chicken, Chick-fil-a, rates as the best location in the country to get …

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Scientist Finds Breakthrough Weight Loss Formula!

Don’t act so surprised, Your Highness. You weren’t on any mercy mission this time. Several transmissions were beamed to this ship by Rebel spies. I want to know what happened to the plans they sent you. In my experience, there …

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Free Krispy Kreme for an entire year

Atlanta’s favorite doughnut is opening a new location at 10781 Alpharetta Hwy in Roswell Tuesday, August 10, and to help celebrate the opening they are giving away free doughnuts for a year to the first 100 people in line.  This new …

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Home Depot celebrates military veterans

In it’s third year of celebrating, Home Depot kicked off the Celebration of Service program to help military veterans. The Atlanta based home improvement giant has pledged $80 million during a five-year-period.  During the next two months (through Veteran’s Day) …

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UPS set to purchase two Central America companies

The Atlanta based UPS has announced that they are working to close the purchases of two Costa Rica delivery companies to help expand their operations in the Central America region. Union Pak de Costa Rica S.A. and SEISA Brokerage are …

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Button Life

The metro Atlanta area community is filled with many entrepreneurs. The backbone of the metro Atlanta community is built on the success of many entrepreneurs that helped build the local community to what it is now. Some are musicians, some …

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