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When Redstone Arsenal became the new headquarters of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, Huntsville also became home to one of only 11...

Pine Trees v. Classrooms

A federal judge has ruled that Alabama’s long-challenged property tax structure might inherently widen the gap between the state’s haves and have-nots, ...

Scared to Death: Cyber Insecurity in Alabama's Technology Hub

Facing economic challenges from the first big Marshall Space Flight Center layoffs in years, the specter of cuts in military spending and...

Unwelcome Harvest

The new Alabama immigration law—officially, the Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act—started driving farm workers from Alabama fields and processing plants when...

Plugging in to Explosive Demands

In early August, Huntsville’s Adtran Inc. completed the acquisition of a high-speed network solutions provider that could give Alabama’s largest IT company...

A Sticky Residue of Human Suffering

A year and a half since the BP oil spill erupted, the Alabama Gulf Coast, like everyone else, would just...

Company Born in an OR

CEO Gene Robinson founded IMS Inc. (Integrated Medical Systems) in the late 1980s, based on what he observed going on in the...

Up and Comers: Southern Charm

Kent Blackinton’s success as general manager of Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza is built upon the opinion of others, namely that of his guests...

Back in the Game with a Splash

After living the fast life in New York City, Alabama native Don Logan decided to retire and return home to spend his days...

Advocate for Alabama Cities

In these challenging economic times, towns and cities need all the help they can get to meet budgets and carry out essential services....

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Our Bold Gaze into 2019

What will we see in 2019? Business Alabama takes a comprehensive look at what will make headlines in the coming year.

Mining Hardship for Prosperity

The Appalachian Regional Commission, Southern Research and a team of college interns assist small businesses in four counties hit by a coal mining slump.

Building Innovator Ready to Power Up

Global building materials innovator James Hardie scouted the South before choosing Prattville for its 10th U.S. plant — a $220 million, 200-job investment that’s the largest new industry in Prattville in 50 years.

Alabama’s Crown Jewel Opens at the Gulf

Designed with respect to Mother Nature, the Lodge at Gulf State Park is built to be environmentally friendly, energy positive and strong in the face of wind and waves.

Sky’s the Limit Now for Aerojet Rocketdyne

Turner Construction Co. recently topped out Aerojet Rocketdyne’s Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Huntsville, a project that broke ground in October 2017 and is set...