Coca-Cola expects to relocate at least 500 workers from suburban Cobb County to downtown Atlanta in the largest single move of private sector employees to the city’s core in recent memory, individuals with knowledge of the company’s plans said Thursday. The pending move is part of a recent surge of in-town migration by large corporations.
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Recent jobs recruitment activity in the City of Atlanta:
Athenahealth – final talks to move workers from Alpharetta and create hundreds of jobs at Ponce City Market
ExactTarget – Indianapolis digital marketer said to be in final negotiations to place a regional headquarters in Buckhead and create about 225 jobs
Asurion Insurance Services – announced 250 jobs in Buckhead
Panasonic — 100 research and development jobs in Midtown