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Atlanta Games

In 1996, the business capital of the New South will bask in the Olympic spotlight. But will the injection of capital provided by the games defuse the city’s subtle racial tensions or rehabilitate battered downtown neighborhoods?

Peter Lacey April 1 1992

James B. Williams

In an era marked by debates about the merits of delegating decision-making authority, James B. Williams, chairman and chief executive [...]

Peter Lacey March 1 1992

Herman Russell

A sizable chunk of skyline in Atlanta-the bustling business capitol of the South-bears the imprint of construction giant Herman Russell.The [...]

Peter Lacey March 1 1992

Larry L. Prince

As the auto industry languishes, more and more people are repairing cars they might normally have traded in for new [...]

Peter Lacey March 1 1992

Mark Baker

For British Telecom, a true North American presence was first established when it acquired TYMNET from McDonnell Douglas in 1989. [...]

Peter Lacey January 1 1992

Maurice G. Hardy

Only serious environmental incidents like the recent-and costly-Perrier debacle remind most of us of the crucial importance of the “fluid [...]

Peter Lacey June 1 1990

Claude Bebear

Claude Bebear launched what could have become the biggest ever French business acquisition in the U.S. In July 1989, Bebear, [...]

Peter Lacey June 1 1990

Power Yachts

Choosing the right model is as important as knowing port from starboard.

Peter Lacey January 1 1989

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