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New Business School Rises in Jacksonville

Jacksonville State University is continuing its cleanup from tornado damage that occurred in 2018. Doster Construction, a general contracting and construction management firm, has...

Top Headlines: Austal ship funding in question, New medical marijuana bill

Money for Austal ship could be diverted to border wall The Pentagon appears to be primed to yank funding for a future Austal USA ship...

Hyundai Goes Truckin’

This year Hyundai will dive into an already crowded U.S. pickup truck market with a new vehicle, the Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz, which will...

Shipt Founder’s New Venture Attracts Capital

Late last year, not long after selling his Birmingham-based, 2014 startup Shipt to Target for $550 million, Bill Smith launched a new startup, Landing,...

HudsonAlpha Launches New Mentoring Program

The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology has launched a new mentoring program to help strengthen biotech and life sciences entrepreneurs as business leaders in North...

Top Headlines: Airbus CEO on Boeing crisis, Longer summer break proposal

Airbus CEO sees no short-term benefits from Boeing Max crisis Airbus' chief executive said Thursday that his company sees no short-term benefit from Boeing's troubles...

ALDOT Pulling a Shell Game, Lawsuit Claims

Not so fast with that switcheroo, says a suit filed by some of the largest agricultural landowners in north Alabama against the Alabama Department...

RUAG Space Protects Satellite Studying the Sun

A satellite launched in early February to explore our sun had some Alabama-made tech on board its flight. RUAG Space, with a Decatur manufacturing plant,...

UBCD Arranging $3.5M in New Market Tax Credits for Nonprofit

Atmore-based UB Community Development, a partner of United Bank, recently announced $3.5 million in New Markets Tax Credits for the Community Foundation of South...

Top Headlines: Saving Selma’s St. James Hotel, Navistar expansion

U.S. Steel’s Fairfield electric arc furnace nearing completion As many as 600 contractors have spent the last year getting U.S. Steel’s Fairfield Tubular Steel plant...

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