Year in Review: Top Business Stories
Movies Worth Seeing closes after 25 years, how to use Foursquare to win customer loyalty and much more
Top Ten VaHi Patch Business Stories of 2011
How to Use Foursquare to Win Customer Loyalty, Featuring D.B.A. Barbecue: In part 2 of this series, D.B.A. Barbecue's Matt Coggin, Whynatte Latte owner Jesse Altman and Foursquare co-founder and CEO Dennis Crowley share insights about location-based marketing.
The End of an Era: Anne and Jerry Rubenstein thank many loyal customers for "25 glorious years."
Brewing By The Beaker: New Coffee Shop Gives Scientific Show
Highland Tap to Become Smoke-Free Restaurant: Smoking banned in the dining and bar areas
Social Media and Legal Issues: What Businesses Need to Know: Q&A with Virginia-Highland resident and attorney Douglas J. Miller.
A Mission to Change Lives: A Morningside resident opens a fitness studio with hopes to empower women
Emory Village Construction Affecting Local Businesses: Business owners optimistic about end result of project
Borders Kaput, Independents Say It's No Big Deal: Major book retailer Borders announced in July that it would be clearing out its inventory and closing its doors. Local bookstore owners say their sales probably won't increase.
Meet the New Murphy's Wine Guy: Murphy's Atlanta Wine Shop has a new consultant in store for wine connoisseurs and party planners alike.
Puttin' on the Dog at HD1: Blais' high-end hot dog joint officially opens in Poncey-Highland
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