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Strategic acquisition unites entrepreneurship authority with industry news outlet spanning a circulation of 300,000 readers ATLANTA (January 7, 2014) – The Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs, Atlanta’s authority on entrepreneurship, is pleased to announce that it has taken an ownership stake inWhat Now Atlanta, the city’s leading resource for real estate, restaurant and retail news. With its strong

By: Cammie Young Gwinnett Daily Post NORCROSS — By early next year, directors could be yelling “action” in Gwinnett’s own movie studio. Plans were announced Wednesday for 400,000-square-feet of state-of-the-art studio space along Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Interstate 85, in the latest plans to revitalize an under-used site currently used to develop fiber-optic cables. The

By Kerry Kavanaugh WSB-TV Staff GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — There is a new proposal for a Gwinnett County site once slated for a massive gambling complex. A local developer wants to create a so-called live-work-learn center at the sprawling location along Interstate 85 near Jimmy Carter Boulevard. Channel 2’s Kerry Kavanaugh met with the developer

By Greg Bluestein and Laura Diamond The Atlanta Journal-Constitution A Gwinnett County site once proposed for Georgia’s first gambling complex could instead become the home of something very different: an education project aimed at training the region’s next wave of entrepreneurs. Developers envision a $200 million “live-learn-play” project off I-85 that would combine an MBA school with