Banker pleads not guilty to fraud charges
A former Georgia banker accused of stealing millions from investors before vanishing for 18 months pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal bank fraud charges and agreed to remain jailed without bond pending trial.
Shaw announces plans to convert plant in Ringgold
Shaw Industries said Monday it is exiting the area rug business. The company will spend more than $100 million to convert an area rug manufacturing facility in Ringgold to a luxury vinyl tile (LVT) facility, creating 200 new jobs.
Shaw Industries to exit area rug business
Shaw Industries announced today that it is exiting the area rug business and will convert the current Ringgold rug facility into a new state-of-the-art luxury vinyl tile (LVT) manufacturing facility.
Werner Braun: Removing wax from carpet
There’s nothing like a beautifully decorated holiday table, lit by soft candles, to set a festive mood during Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s celebrations.
Target: Customers’ encrypted PINs were stolen
Target said Friday that debit-card PIN numbers were among the financial information stolen from millions of customers who shopped at the retailer earlier this month.
Werner Braun: Providence Ministries provides valuable services
This Dec. 25, just like every Christmas Day for the past few years, hundreds of people will begin lining up in the wee hours of the morning to celebrate Christmas with the good folks at Providence Ministries.
Mohawk makes major investment in equipment and people
Companies don’t make multi-million dollar investments in new plants and new equipment if they aren’t confident about the future, Gov. Nathan Deal said. And the fact that major companies in the floorcovering industry have been making large investments in Northwest Georgia shows they have that confidence.
Werner Braun: Sports empower women
For centuries, certain industries and occupations seem to have been dominated by one gender or another.
Mohawk to add 420 jobs in Dalton
Mohawk Industries announced Wednesday an $85 million conversion of plants in Dalton and Rome that will add 420 jobs over the next two years in Dalton and maintain 230 jobs in Rome.
Deal: Mohawk Industries creates 420 jobs in Dalton
Gov. Nathan Deal said today that Mohawk Industries will convert two manufacturing facilities in Dalton and Rome, creating 420 new jobs and investing about $85 million into the two conversion projects over the next two years.
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