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International giant Bayer is reaping a whirlwind of hurt after its buyout of Monsanto, maker of Roundup. Attorneys with top Alabama plaintiff firms wade into the tsunami of product liability claims.
The national fraud meter is crackling at some historic peaks. In a profession in which auditors are hired by the company, just what is “auditor independence?” And when do you call in a special team?
Tom McLeod founded a national leader in logistics — Hoover-based McLeod Software, with 450 employees dedicated to the increasingly complex operations of 950 trucking fleets.
94-year-old engineering heavyweight Volkert Inc. is rapidly growing a new energy division.
The king of Alabama mass-marketing plaintiff attorneys tells us his back story.
To navigate the U.S. health system, it helps to have an experienced pilot.
You better bet on it, say the students and educators at UAB, which has just opened the Bill L. Harbert Institute, devoted to the methodology.
Advances in hypersonic missiles by Russia and China have put the U.S. behind in airborne weapons. Recent Lockheed Martin contracts — including key work in Huntsville — appear to be aimed at getting the U.S. back into the game.
Anxious to free the flow of Interstate 10 traffic now bottlenecked at the Wallace Tunnel, officials turn to a public-private partnership to fund a $2 billion bridge.
What was once proclaimed a miracle of modern chemistry has many Tennessee Valley residents not trusting their water supply. They’re looking for payback from the corporate magician.