Atlanta Fed President and CEO Dennis Lockhart discusses his approach to evaluating economic progress in light of monetary policy in an April 2 speech at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.
The Atlanta Fed's annual report, now available online, tells a vivid story of the 2013 labor market. Readers can interact with a variety of dynamic elements—including short, informative videos and interactive charts—to learn all about the labor market.
The Atlanta Fed has promoted Paul Graham, David McDermitt, and Christina Wilson to vice president and Paige Dennard, Karl Lamb, Karen Leone de Nie, and Richard Squires to assistant vice president.
Thomas A. Fanning, chairman, president, and chief executive officer of the Southern Company, has served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's board of directors since 2012. On January 1, 2014, he began a one-year term as deputy chair of the board.
During a career spanning more than three decades, Fanning has held 15 different positions in eight different business units, including various officer positions with a variety of Southern Company subsidiaries.
Fanning earned bachelor's and master's degrees in industrial management and was awarded an honorary doctor of philosophy degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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