Ray Gillenwater and Adam Herscher have never met. But the two men are inextricably linked by a generational trend that will change the workplace forever. A shorter version of this story was posted on Inc.com: http://www.inc.com/cameron-albert-deitch/how-millennials-are-changing-the-workplace-permanently.html
Frame-maker Church Hill Classics has landed on the Inc. 5000 seven out of the last eight years, fending off much larger rivals in the process. Originally published on Inc.com.
The longtime European health trend is finally taking root in the United States. Here’s a look at the founders bringing it stateside. A shorter version of this story originally appeared on Inc.com: http://www.inc.com/cameron-albert-deitch/whole-body-cryotherapy-is-taking-over-america.html
After another night of violence, small businesses in Ferguson fear the worst for the holidays–both this year and for years to come. Originally appeared on Inc.com.
Inside the only company in 2014 to make it into the exclusive Inc. 500 Hall of Fame. Originally appeared on Inc.com.
PredPol allows officers to focus on the most likely locations for specific crimes at certain times of the day. Originally appeared in the November 2014 issue of Atlanta magazine under the headline “Future Crimes.”
The actor dishes on filming, being vegan in Atlanta, his rare height and his time as serial killer Reggie Ledoux on True Detective. Originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.
Fewer students are defaulting on their loans, a positive indicator for entrepreneurship in the coming decade. Originally appeared on Inc.com.
Photos of First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s event at Booker T. Washington High School originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.
The Georgia congressman discusses his legislation and the momentum it’s gained since events in Ferguson. Originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.
These photos of the new College Football Hall of Fame originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.