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July 2017

Top News Links: Monday, July 31

Business Facilities magazine praises state workforce Business Facilities magazine gives Alabama high rankings for its workforce training programs, auto manufacturing strength and...

Top News Links: Thursday, July 27

Rep. Mo Brooks offers to drop out of Alabama Senate race for Sessions Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks, who is in danger of...

Career Notes, July 2017

Max Coblentz   Accounting/Banking Max...

Top News Links: Thursday, July 20

Montgomery tops state for new jobs Montgomery County added 1, 704 jobs last year, including a German company’s announcement of a $37...

Been Down So Long, What’s Up?

Alabama experts examine the often-trumpeted role of the Federal Reserve in setting interest rates — stuck for years now near zero.

Fuel Fleet for the Southeast

ABOVE Charles McPherson with grandson Jack, an intern at the family firm this summer.   Instantly recognizable by their yellow...

An Employer’s Refresher in Fraud Prevention

An Alabama expert’s advice on protecting your till.

Entrepreneur, Leader in Health Information Management

It is just another busy day for Kayce Dover. At 11 a.m., on a Thursday, she has just wrapped up a conference...

Agility Prevails in Metals

There is a magnificent magnolia tree standing in front of the Birmingham headquarters of O’Neal Industries, an international distributor and processor of metal...

Top News Links: Friday, July 14

Incentive packages get thumbs up for Blue Origin launch On Thursday night, the Huntsville City Council voted unanimously to officially approve plans...

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Movers & Shapers, September 2018

Spotlight on Pike, Barbour & Bullock Counties

Surviving and Thriving in Dog-Eat-Dog E-Commerce

Veterinary Internet ships vet supplies to 38 states and four continents, makes swift adaptations in IT, inventory and marketplaces, and stays a nip ahead of Amazon.

Decatur Students Get Hands on Lunar Rover

Students from areas including design drafting, machine tool and welding will work on the project through the end of the fall semester.

Roads and Politics

A permanent solution for dried up road funding includes a gasoline tax increase. But the spark of public support is essential.

Water Works

In 12 years, the Alabama Scenic River Trails have developed into the longest river trail within one state — 5,300 miles. As tourism infrastructure, it has grown from eight outfitter companies to over 50 — some 300 employees helping to launch and serve paddlers.