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The 15 healthiest cities to live in the US in 2020, where people work out regularly, prioritize self-care, and get a full night’s sleep
Miami was ranked the healthiest city in the US, and Atlanta, San Francisco, Denver, and Austin rounded out the top five.
The Bay Area in California takes first place, with drivers earning on average $23.28 per hour in December 2019.
Of the top 15 cities where borrowers are most likely to be denied, four are in Florida. The most common reason for rejection is debt to income ratio.
Forget LA and New York City: Tech startups, Fortune 500 companies, and major film studios are minting new wealth in the ‘Hollywood of the South,...
Atlanta has seen a spike in wealth among its high-income residents in recent years, and with it, the demand for luxury real estate has grown.
1.9% of startups in the top city, Seattle, receive venture capital funding, making it a haven for fledgling businesses.
The billionaire cofounder of Home Depot plans on donating up to 90% of his $5.9 billion fortune, and Trump’s 2020 campaign will be one of the be...
Bernie Marcus wants to build centers for veterans, fund medical research, care for children with autism — and reelect President Donald Trump.
Delta CEO says the company won’t take a stance on anti-abortion laws: ‘This is something that the courts need to settle and resolve, not c...
A growing number of companies are threatening to pull activities out of Georgia and states with tough laws or encourage lawmakers to reverse the bans.
From a place that focuses on biscuits to another that specializes in fried chicken, 11 chefs reveal the very best Atlanta eateries.
8 fascinating facts about the busiest airport in the world, which sees 107 million passengers a year and employs 63,000 people
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world.
Meet Robert F. Smith, the billionaire tech investor who surprised Morehouse College’s graduating class by announcing he’d pay off all thei...
Billionaire Robert F. Smith announced during a commencement speech that he would be paying off student loans for Morehouse College's graduating class.