Central Alabama Community College and tech giant Intel have signed a first-of-its-kind-in-Alabama agreement to help with the development of artificial intelligence throughout the Southeast.
Kamau Witherspoon, who has experience at companies such as UnitedHealthcare, Yum! Brands and Target, has been named CEO of Birmingham-based Shipt effective March 1.
Fetch Rewards, a consumer rewards app, plans to employ 200 in its office facility and customer service hub in Birmingham.
Mark Tina, Verizon's vice president for business sales, talks about what his company and others are doing during this ‘digital transformation’
NextGen managed services provider Thrive, based in Foxborough, Massachusetts, has acquired Birmingham-based InCare Technologies.“The acquisition provides Thrive with a strong regional provider in the...
Cybersecurity expertise is the golden ticket in the modern workforce. Companies are scrambling for it. Not enough employees have it.
Immediate, which offers employees access to earned wages before they might appear in a paycheck, announced its permanent headquarters will be in Homewood.
The Alabama Innovation Commission today shared its report that focuses on five components.
1st Edge, a Huntsville firm specializing in artificial intelligence, software development, data visualization and air and missile defense systems, has been awarded a $9.7...
Smith & Co., a precision CNC machining startup, will invest $2.56 million to open a facility in Birmingham.