RealtySouth, which has been selling real estate in downtown Birmingham since 1955, recently doubled down on the area by locating a new office in the historic Denechaud House.
Birmingham-based insurer Infinity carved a nationwide niche among big city Hispanics. Bilingual agents and in-house lawyers were keys to a success that led to a $1.6 billion acquisition by Kemper.
The city of Birmingham scored its first NBA preseason game in a dozen years with a big assist from a local corporate sponsor.
A $50 million redevelopment plan at Talladega Superspeedway dubbed “Transformation” is scheduled for completion by October 2019, just in time for the track’s fall NASCAR weekend.
One of California’s newest wines has roots in a partnership extending to Alabama.
DC BLOX has announced plans for a Birmingham data center with a $785 million investment potential over the next 10 years.
Fast growing Diversified Gas & Oil pulls its petroleum from venerable fields in Appalachia and went public a year ago on a London exchange.
Ten years after becoming one of the earliest breweries in the state of Alabama, Gadsden’s Back Forty Beer Co. has expanded for the first time.
Marx Brothers Inc., a Birmingham company that imports and distributes coconut products, recently installed a rooftop solar system that can generate 35 percent of the company’s annual energy requirements.
Hotel Indigo, Birmingham’s latest hospitality jewel, opened in April in the city’s original entertainment district, historic Five Points South.