Top Headlines: Raytheon’s $4M gift, Barganier named COO of Manufacture Alabama

Survey shows many workers ready to change jobs
Recruiting firm DSJ Global discovered in a survey of current workers that half feel confident that their present job is secure but nearly four in ten also say they are ready to move up and move on. In the US, respondents said they would happily move for a better job and the desired location for that new post is in the Southeast. — DSJ Global

Raytheon makes $4M gift to new cyber high school
Raytheon Technologies has presented a $4 million gift to support the new Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering in Huntsville. The public residential high school will offer “one of the most advanced engineering and cybersecurity preparatory programs anywhere,” said Roy Azevedo, president of Raytheon Intelligence & Space. — Raytheon

Barganier named COO of Manufacture Alabama
Alabama trade organization Manufacture Alabama has appointed John Barganier as its chief operating officer. Earlier Barganier worked as a lobbyist for the American Petroleum Institute in Alabama and as deputy chief of staff to Gov. Kay Ivey. — Alabama Political Reporter 

Glory of Rome riverboat aiming for Pensacola
The Glory of Rome riverboat, at 450×100 feet billed as the world’s largest riverboat, has been purchased by Caribe Venture of Orange Beach. It has left its former home on the Ohio River in southern Indiana, hoping to make its new home in Pensacola. — Pensacola News Journal

Billboard attorney Shunnarah aims to go national
Birmingham-based personal injury lawyer Alexander Shunnarah, who face has become familiar across Alabama through a plethora of interstate billboards, has plans to take his firm national, the Anniston Star reports. — Anniston Star

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