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Taylor is DeKalb Chamber's first female president

The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce’s new president, Katerina Taylor, is the first female to head the group in its 75-year history.

Expo for construction industry

Contractors and other construction professionals and entrepreneurs can attend the free Construction & Business Expo on Sept. 25 in Atlanta.

Seminar for community agencies

DeKalb Workforce Development is presenting a Community Resources Symposium on Sept. 24 in celebration of Workforce Development Month.

Tech professor at SDBA mixer

Georgia Tech professor Ronald L. Johnson will be the guest speaker at the South DeKalb Business Association’s networking mixer on Sept. 24 at Marbar Beachside Cantina in Decatur.

Tablet, smartphone class for seniors

Residents 50 years and older can learn to use tablets and smartphones at a series of free AARP workshops at the Lou Walker Senior Center in Lithonia.

Series offers tips to start nonprofit

Starting a Nonprofit Organization, a four-part series, kicks off on Sept. 8 at the Decatur Library.

Labor of Love career expo coming up

The Labor of Love career and resource expo will take place Sept. 6 at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park.

Goizueta Business School puts first black woman at its helm

Erika Hayes James has taken the helm as dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, marking the first time a minority woman will lead a full-time MBA program at a top-25 business school.

Metro Atlanta jobless rate rises to 8% in July

Metro Atlanta’s jobless rate rose to 8 percent in July, and seasonal factors such as temporary layoffs in educational services and manufacturing were cited again as the cause for the increase.

Jobs Bus heads to Tucker, Decatur

DeKalb’s Mobile Career Center is on the road again and will make stops on Aug. 26 and 27 in Tucker and Decatur.

Extra computer time for job seekers

Job seekers can get extra computer time for their job hunt at an open lab on Aug. 23 at Stone Mountain-Sue Kellogg Library.

Extra computer time for job seekers

Job seekers can get extra computer time for their job hunt at an open lab on Aug. 23 at Stone Mountain-Sue Kellogg Library.

Comptroller stole $1.8 million from firm

A former company comptroller who stole more than $1.8 million from East West Manufacturing LLC has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.

DeKalb tightens purchasing rules to help curb corruption

Contractors wanting to do business with DeKalb will have to play by new rules that require more competitive bidding and bar unethical companies from the process.

DeKalb tightens purchasing rules to help curb corruption

Contractors wanting to do business with DeKalb will have to play by new rules that require more competitive bidding and bar unethical companies from the process.

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