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Mike Baergen Baergen is general manager of the Ozark Assembly Operations for Bell Flight, working to increase production while maintaining safety and quality standards. Baergen,...
Leigh and Cliff Spencer’s Alabama Sawyer makes its niche in the recycled timber of Alabama’s “urban forest.”
Technology is now making a difference on the ground in Alabama construction — whereas, the data once just flowed to HQ.
Peerless wide-plank floors and panels made from reclaimed wood is the specialty of Birmingham-based Riverbottom Pine.
Dothan chef Kelsey Barnard Clark has earned the title of Bravo Network’s “Top Chef."
Southern Sky Aviation, the sixth air charter company in the state, is also filling a big gap in in-state aircraft maintenance.
Extruflex, a maker of flexible vinyl products like the heavy clear strips that keep the weather outdoors in an open doorway, opened its third manufacturing facility Monday in Birmingham.
94-year-old engineering heavyweight Volkert Inc. is rapidly growing a new energy division.
We sit down with Katie Britt, president of the Business Council of Alabama, to discuss the possible gas tax increase.
A month of achievements in Alabama business
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