While the allure of Amazon calls to Georgia, the online retailer’s success isn’t all roses in the Peach State. Seven local Toys R Us locations across the state are closing, part of a whopping 164 shuttering nationwide after the toy retailer filed for bankruptcy protection late last year. While the Cumberland store managed to avoid the chopping block after initially being named to the list, more trouble for another brick and mortar retailer has its ship SINKING…
Two executives from Atlanta-based Primera Medical Group have been charged with fraudulently seeking some $8.5 million in insurance payments. CEO Shailesh Kothari and COO Timothy McMenamin were caught by the FBI for submitting more than 4,500 fraudulent claims for allergy treatments, but were caught when forging proof for suspicious insurance companies. Now facing serious jail time, these healthcare execs see their ships SINKING…
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