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Goldens’ Foundry and Machinery Company was established in 1882 and is now best known by the brand name Goldens’ Cast Iron. It’s still Columbus-based, now run by descendants of the original founders. Here’s how the company has pivoted in the last few years, and how it has stayed true to itself and its founders’ vision.

EV Industry Keeps Rolling Along

Georgia remains on an electric-vehicle-driven roll, and innovation isn’t limited to Georgia’s roads. Traditional economic pillars agriculture and defense also are growing through technology.

Charged Up

From payments to transportation to accounting, Georgia companies have been busy seeking and making deals.

Pharma’s Next Frontier?

With a focus on “clean” medicine, Atlanta-based startup Genexa looks to disrupt the over-the-counter drug market.

The Future of the Farm

Forward-thinking farmers, researchers, and entrepreneurs work to make agriculture more profitable and sustainable in Georgia and beyond.

Automatic for the People

Georgia Tech aims to spread artificial intelligence statewide with a federal grant, plus more business news you need to know.

Family Footsteps

Okabashi CEO Sara Irvani is leading her family’s shoe business into a sustainable future.

Straight Shot

RemArms joins firearms and munitions manufacturers such as Glock (Smyrna), Taurus (Bainbridge), and Daniel Defense (Black Creek) in a $2 billion sector that employed more than 10,000 people in the state in 2021, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

Charge!

Doing business on the edge of a cutting-edge industry is not for the weak of will or wallet. When Netherlands-based electric vehicle (EV) player Heliox opened a new headquarters in the Brookwood Hills area of Atlanta last May, the company trumpeted pedal-to-the-metal plans to literally electrify the continent.

Georgia Sets Economic Development Records

The Peach State is on a roll. Georgia recently set a nine-month record for job creation and investments with totals through the third quarter of 2022 surpassing 2021 year-end figures.

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Charged Up

From payments to transportation to accounting, Georgia companies have been busy seeking and making deals.

Moving On Up

GaBiz Editor in Chief talks with Harry Norman Realtors CEO Jenni Bonura about Georgia’s housing market and how the state is positioned to accommodate growth.

Pucks, Pluck, and EV Power

Hockey pals become rivals, and UPS and Delta Air Lines find innovative friends as Georgia drives toward an electric future.