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Two Software Winners Team Their Sports Expertise

INFLCR, a fast-rising Birmingham startup that provides social media for athletes and their teams, has taken a majority investment from Teamworks, a Durham, North...

Golf Magazine Puts Ross Bridge on 100 Best Resorts List

Part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail developed by the Retirement Systems of Alabama, this was the first time Ross Bridge was named to Golf Magazine’s listing.

Preparation Underway for Bryant-Denny Stadium Addition

As the Crimson Tide took to the field at Bryant-Denny Stadium this past weekend, employees at Caddell Construction were busy too — laying out their plan for the University of Alabama’s stadium renovation and addition, a project totaling $84.6 million.

Business Catalyst Par Excellence: The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail

It was part of the RTJ mission from the beginning: 11 sites and 26 masterful courses that would tee off on business opportunities across the state.

University Investment in Football Charges South

The University of South Alabama's new football stadium should come in at the mid-$70 million range and be ready for play by 2020.

$2 Million AI Drone Dangle

Truth be told, there’s every chance that the Drone Racing League was thought up in somebody’s mom’s basement. It was founded in 2015, according...

Birmingham Scores NBA Game with BBVA Bank Shot

The city of Birmingham scored its first NBA preseason game in a dozen years with a big assist from a local corporate sponsor.

Talladega to Get $50M Transformation Upgrade

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.

Wanna Bet? Don’t Do It in Alabama

For decades, an unconfirmed statistic has floated around that Alabama has more illegal sports betting per capita than any other state in the nation.

Grand Prix Plus Motorcycle Mardi Gras

The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum and Motorsports Park in Birmingham stay busy, with events scheduled for between 270 and 280 days a year.

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