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The STEM Path to the MBA at the University of Alabama is steering many of the brightest science students into career paths they never before had dreamed of, let alone trained for.
North Alabama-based Otelco is one of the 25 largest of the 800 local exchange carriers in the U.S. It’s positioned to profit on the closing of the digital divide in rural America.
Always a standout in our annual report on bank performances, ServisFirst explains how its key measurements spring from a tight focus on core competencies. Focus has led to expansion — from Birmingham to Nashville to Charleston to Tampa, and from income of $52.3 million to $137 million.
Leading Alabama credit unions see a shift from mortgage to consumer lending, temperate reaction to rising interest rates and accelerated adoption of online loan transactions.
Alabama’s auto sector won the grand prize in 2018, a $1.6 billion greenfield plant that led a year of industry expansion announcements.
Most of Alabama’s locks and dams are past their 50-year design life. But they’re not as ancient as other U.S. waterways, so they aren’t in line for federal funding.
Fast growing Diversified Gas & Oil pulls its petroleum from venerable fields in Appalachia and went public a year ago on a London exchange.
Millions of dollars a year, if that name is “Alabama”
ABOVE Containers in transit at the Port of Mobile. Photo by Mike Kittrell Nil, or close to it. Those...
ABOVE Roy McCauley, of the Alabama Pulp and Paper Council, worries that a state water plan might put an unnecessary layer...