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Laney Leaves Innovation Depot; Search on for New Leader

After 14 years at the helm of Birmingham’s Innovation Depot, Devon Laney is leaving the organization for a new role in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

17th Annual Fiesta set for Sept. 28 in Linn Park

Hispanic food, music, art and dance will take center stage at the 17th annual Fiesta, set for September 28 in Linn Park, Birmingham. The...

2019 Best Companies to Work for in Alabama Awards Celebration

Peachtree Planning Corp. LLC and Edward Jones took top prizes at Business Alabama Magazine’s 2019 Best Companies to Work for in Alabama awards ceremony...

Birmingham, Huntsville Post Bright Jobs Numbers

Birmingham and Huntsville both saw 2.4 percent year-over-year job growth last year, ranking third among peer cities behind only Nashville and Charlotte.

DC BLOX to Open Flagship Data Center in Birmingham

DC BLOX opens the first unit of its flagship technology and innovation campus in Birmingham, bringing new life to a 27-acre parcel of the former Trinity Steel plant.

Alabama Aviation Rides High in Paris

Government officials at the Paris Air Show this week brought home news of new and expanding aviation and aerospace suppliers, while north Alabama’s Boeing and south Alabama’s Airbus notched up aircraft sales.

Top Headlines: What sectors have the most job openings?

Mixed-use development moves forward in downtown Huntsville The Huntsville city council has taken steps to propel a $62 million mix of residential, office and retail...

Top Headlines: City population shrinks, suburbs flourish

Cities (except Huntsville) shrink, suburbs (especially Fairhope) flourish New population estimates for 2018 show Mobile, Montgomery and Birmingham all shrinking — though Huntsville continues to...

Top Headlines: Alabama tourism spurt, New Toyota Huntsville leader

Alabama sees tourism spurt in 2018 More than 27.7 million visitors came to Alabama in 2018, spending $15.5 billion, according to calculations announced by the...

Top Headlines: Activists call for Alabama boycott, Red Mountain’s new campus

Activists call for boycotts of Alabama products, festivals In the wake of a new Alabama law that essentially bans abortions, activists protesting the law have...

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