National Security Group acquired; AlabamaWorks job site down; Gadsden firm wins $10M Navy contract; FIntegrate adds check fraud services; Mazda Toyota provides $180,000 for local nonprofits; Pack Health takes top honors; Auto aftermarket groups merge

Under the terms of the National Security Group-VR Insurance merger, each share of NSG common stock has been converted into the right to receive cash in the amount of $16.35

National Security Group acquired

Elba-based National Security Group, which provides property, casualty and life insurance products and is one of Alabama’s few public companies, has been acquired by VR Insurance Holdings Inc. – Business Wire


AlabamaWorks job site down

Services on the AlabamaWorks job web site are temporarily down after the site operator, Geographic Solutions Inc., suffered a cyber attack. Job seekers can contact a local Career Center for assistance until the site is operational again. – Made in Alabama

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Gadsden firm wins $10M Navy contract

DSA LLC, based in Gadsden, has been awarded a $10 million Navy contract for grounds maintenance and snow removal at Navy facilities in Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. The work is an extension of an existing contract bringing the total award to $30 million. — Defense Daily


FIntegrate adds check fraud services

Birmingham-based FIntegrate, which provides dispute resolution and collections software for the financial industry, has added another dispute resolution package aimed at check fraud. — FIntegrate Tech


Mazda Toyota provides $180,000 for local nonprofits

Celebrating the community that is supporting it, Mazda Toyota Manufacturing Thursday announced gifts to local nonprofits including local schools and colleges, hospitals, United Way and others. — The Madison Record


Pack Health takes top honors

Birmingham-based Pack Health, which helps patients keep track of their health care needs, was named best wellness platform by at the Juniper Research Future Digital Awards. — Pack Health


Auto aftermarket groups merge

The Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast and its sister organization Automotive Aftermarket Association Mid South have merged into one organization, adopting the Southeast name and with headquarters in Montgomery. — Aftermarket News

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