A photographer’s account of business life in three rural Alabama counties: Part 2, Marshall County.
Tuskegee University produces more research per capita than any other historically black college, and one reason is Shaik Jeelani. Tuskegee made a place for him 45 years ago and he was never persuaded to leave.
Leigh and Cliff Spencer’s Alabama Sawyer makes its niche in the recycled timber of Alabama’s “urban forest.”
Peerless wide-plank floors and panels made from reclaimed wood is the specialty of Birmingham-based Riverbottom Pine.
Dothan chef Kelsey Barnard Clark has earned the title of Bravo Network’s “Top Chef."
The king of Alabama mass-marketing plaintiff attorneys tells us his back story.
Insights from a top site selection expert include: Foreign direct investment in the U.S. is hot. Time frames are shorter than ever. Small towns can land spinoffs from big cities. Opioid addiction downgrades Alabama's workforce.
Digital transformation is a top priority to many Alabama businesses. Those companies who understand their business models will have a leg up on their talent needs.
Alabama’s most influential business people lead major organizations, serve on top boards of directors, work to influence public policy and command significant political sway. Here are 20 standouts.
Since 1973, the Alabama Business Hall of Fame has honored business professionals who have brought lasting acclaim or recognition to the state. This year, seven Alabama business professionals will be recognized as the latest members of the Alabama Business Hall of Fame at a celebration Nov. 15 in Birmingham.