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Birmingham's Altec Industries is reaching its long arms west to the Navajo Nation — to households that are among the last to be connected to an electric utility.
DC BLOX opens the first unit of its flagship technology and innovation campus in Birmingham, bringing new life to a 27-acre parcel of the former Trinity Steel plant.
75-year-old EBSCO is long-term focused, accumulating companies with one common factor — they make money serving fundamental markets.
The national fraud meter is crackling at some historic peaks. In a profession in which auditors are hired by the company, just what is “auditor independence?” And when do you call in a special team?
Always a standout in our annual report on bank performances, ServisFirst explains how its key measurements spring from a tight focus on core competencies. Focus has led to expansion — from Birmingham to Nashville to Charleston to Tampa, and from income of $52.3 million to $137 million.
Autocar recently announced it would start building the DC-64R, a new severe-duty truck designed specifically for refuse applications, starting later this summer.
More than 1,500 plates, including ribs, half chicken pieces, hot dogs, smoked sausage, pork sandwiches and side dishes will be served on July 4th.
A new wave of condominium development sweeps into booming downtown Birmingham.
Auto manufacturing technology is speeding ahead so quickly that it risks leaving many in the industry behind.
A photo of solar panels stands out on the cover of Atlanta-based Southern Co.’s annual report, and it speaks volumes about the company’s years-long...