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Diamond Fortress’s fingerprint ID system works on a smartphone and opens secure banking services to remote areas of the world.
Birmingham put the numbers to its job market and found a lot of work to be done. For one, its IT segment grew 77 percent in five years, creating a job gap that will grow over the next decade.
With Alabama catfish farmers, free trade is not an unquestioned principle, as with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce or the National Fisheries Institute. Black Belt producers say “free” trade has been an unleveled playing field of unenforced safety standards and dumping practices.
Energen Corp. is feasting on a chunk of assets that could surpass Saudi Arabia’s Ghawar Field as the largest oil field in the world. The company also is being circled by some hungry activist investors.
More than six decades of oil and gas production in Alabama extends from Huntsville to the Gulf of Mexico.
Four years from launch to cashout, Shipt’s $550 million sale to Target is a new high for Alabama startups and a beacon for Birmingham’s emerging community of business innovators.
In March 2017, Honda Manufacturing of Alabama announced plans for a multi-phase project to expand its plant in Lincoln.
It’s not uncommon to dream about quitting the day job for a creative pursuit, but job security is often too important to risk....
Founded in 1973, the Alabama Business Hall of Fame honors Alabama business leaders and entrepreneurs who have bettered their state over the course...
ABOVE Charles McPherson with grandson Jack, an intern at the family firm this summer. Instantly recognizable by their yellow...