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APICS appoints UHY Advisors’ David Lloyd to Board of Directors

APICS appoints UHY Advisors’ David Lloyd to Board of Directors

ATLANTA -- The Atlanta APICS Chapter (Atlanta Association for Operations Management) has added UHY Advisors’ David Lloyd to its Board of Directors, where he will serve as Vice President of Administration.

The Atlanta Chapter of APICS has been serving Greater Atlanta and North Georgia since 1964. It is also one of the nation’s largest APICS chapters with over 600 members. The chapter provides operations & supply chain management education, fosters best practice sharing, networking, and professional development opportunities for members.

Lloyd is a Manager with UHY Advisors, which delivers professional financial, tax and business consulting services to companies ranging from mid-sized to Fortune 500 in size and complexity. He lives in the Midtown area of Atlanta.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium: New home of the Falcons, United F.C.


ATLANTA -- Months after moving its headquarters to Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz will stamp its name on the city's biggest new project: the Falcons stadium.

Southern Company to acquire Atlanta Gas Light's parent for $12B


Former Morris Brown dorm heavily damaged in fire


South Fulton County Economic Development to host career expo

South Fulton County Economic Development to host career expo

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Job seekers, get ready! The Unincorporated South Fulton County Economic Development Initiative will host a Career and Resource Expo on Aug. 26 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Holy Innocents' partners with Center for Civil and Human Rights

Holy Innocents' partners with Center for Civil and Human Rights

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School (HIES) has been named an Affiliate Partner with Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Inc., in downtown Atlanta—an engaging cultural attraction connecting the American Civil Rights Movement to today’s Global Human Rights Movements. The partnership is particularly appropriate for a school whose mission is, in part, to develop in students a respect for self and others.

“As an Episcopal school, we are called and compelled to stand for inclusivity of culture, diversity of thought, and the worth and dignity of every human being,” said Head of School Paul Barton.

Georgia Aquarium fights in court to acquire belugas


ATLANTA -- Representatives from the Georgia Aquarium appeared in federal court Friday to continue the fight to bring belugas from Russia to the United States.

The aquarium argued that the belugas would thrive at its facility and that bringing the whales to Atlanta will benefit the species.