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Municipal Multi-tasking

Frank Brocato knows about recruiting technology companies, dousing high-rise fires and birthing mall babies.

Proctors on Tuition/Debt Inflation

Chief academic officers at Alabama universities tell us what they are doing to assist students in a climate of rising tuition and debt.

Nutrition Liberation

Stacey Schlaman’s search for food to fit her daughter’s autoimmune diagnosis led to a thriving new enterprise now stocking the shelves of Whole Foods and Earth Fare.

Full Moon Rising

David and Joe Maluff are deliberately slow cooking the franchise growth of their iconic Birmingham eatery.

Prepped for Radical Change

Dr. Grace Terrell’s record redesigning health care models landed her in a position to use human genomics to radically transform health care.

Investment-Grade Distress

Two youths of the Great Recession dove into the frenzy of distressed real estate and made it an investment-grade discipline.

Diving into City Hall

Randall Woodfin was elected mayor of Birmingham on Oct. 3,   defeating incumbent William Bell in...

Movers & Shapers, December 2017

Spotlight on Lee, Russell & Macon Counties

Creative Assets Fully Valued

It’s not uncommon to dream about quitting the day job for a creative pursuit, but job security is often too important to risk....

Higher Ed at the Edge

ACHE Executive Director Jim Purcell says one of the biggest challenges facing the state is to...

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Top Tips to Resurface After a Bankruptcy

Assembling the right team of professionals is important for successful reorganization.

Movers & Shakers in Etowah, St. Clair & Blount Counties

Meet the people making a difference in the community

Making a Living in Marshall County

A photographer’s account of business life in three rural Alabama counties: Part 2, Marshall County.

Career Notes, April 2019

Who's moving up?

New Book Highlights Alabama’s Beauty

Rolling off the press of NewSouth Books next month is “My Alabama: John Dersham Photographs a State.”