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Gail Allyn Short
75-year-old EBSCO is long-term focused, accumulating companies with one common factor — they make money serving fundamental markets.
A Birmingham couple enters the fast-growing childcare app industry with a focus on babysitters who are college students. Incubator support and seed funding has boosted them into seven university cities in the Southeast.
Americans are enamored with the SUV these days. The sedan? Well, it seems U.S. drivers are just not into them the way they use...
Global building materials innovator James Hardie scouted the South before choosing Prattville for its 10th U.S. plant — a $220 million, 200-job investment that’s the largest new industry in Prattville in 50 years.
Banks offer special services to help wealthy clients protect their funds and not-quite-so-wealthy ones climb the ladder.
Alabama credit unions are fine-tuning their small business relationships, mentoring clients and increasing loan portfolios.
A strong support network has led Alabama biotechs to land $101 million in venture capital since 2012. Working in one of the toughest investment sectors, research-based startups have well defined paths to commercial success on home turf.
Modern, Sleek, Iconic BL Harbert: ServisFirst Bank Headquarters Birmingham-based BL Harbert International’s fourth completed project for ServisFirst was...
Last spring, the five millionth engine produced at Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) in Montgomery rolled off the assembly line.
A new Innovate Birmingham initiative helps disciplined workers move from menial to meaningful.