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Drought yes, but also irrigation tax credits

Nine Alabama counties lying along the Georgia border are suffering from exceptional or extreme drought conditions,  according to the U.S. drought monitor. Only...

Walter’s Big Push

If “black gold” makes you think of oil, think again. It may be a better moniker for coal. After all, coal...

Leading the Alabama Publics League

Jeffry Rosenthal is CEO and president of Hibbett Sports Inc., one of the best performing companies on our annual ranking of Alabama...

Euro Trip Freeze Frames Budget Cliffhanger

Before he took off for Europe to cement new ties between Alabama and Airbus, Gov. Robert Bentley already had started stumping for...

FDIC Says Wall Street Banks Defrauded Colonial

On August 10 the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. filed suit in federal court for the Southern District of New York and in state...

Women on the Front Line

Just turn on the TV and there are the female lawyers in skimpy skirts and sky-high heels, more concerned with their messy...

ThyssenKrupp Still Angling for a Buyer

ThyssenKrupp has hired Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to advise it as it seeks buyers or partners for its pair of steel mills...

Stocks Volatile on Fed Moves and Euro Debt

Wall Street started off June with weak jobs numbers, and the Commerce Department released a first quarter economic growth report that was...

Tales of a Serial Entrepreneur

Once you know Jim Corman’s story, it is easy imagine him as George Bailey, the character played by James Stewart in...

Boatright to Double Crosstie Production

Boatright Companies, based in Inverness, is building a new railroad crosstie plant in Chilton County, a $55 million investment that’s...

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