Top Headlines: Tuscaloosa temporarily closes bars, Jeld-Wen Inc. ramps up production

Tuscaloosa temporarily closes bars
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox announced plans to close bars and prohibit alcohol sales for 14 days in the university city, after photos circulated widely showing young people flagrantly ignoring Covid mask and social distancing standards. — WBHM

Window & door maker ramps up Alabama production
Jeld-Wen Inc. has announced plans to move some patio door production from other plants to its plant in Wedowee, Randolph County, boosting employment by 40 people. The new work is expected to begin October 1. — Made in Alabama 

Regions opens branch banks for walk-in business
Six months after restricting access to branch bank lobbies to help limit the spread of Covid-19, Regions bank has reopened branches for walk-in business. New health and safety practices have been implemented to keep customers and employees safe. — Regions

Spire stock hits 52-week low
Spire Energy, which supplies natural gas throughout much of Alabama, is one of three stocks flagged by Yahoo Finance when the utility stock price hit a 52-week low.  Spire reported a third quarter net loss of $92.3 million. — Yahoo Finance 

Tim Cook celebrates 9 years at Apple helm
Alabama native Tim Cook took the reins of Apple Inc. when founder Steve Jobs died. Apple last week became the first U.S. publicly traded company to reach a $2 trillion value. — Tech Times 

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State-by-State travel restrictions reviewed for business travelers
As travel restrictions ease and companies again expect employees to travel on business, here’s a review of state-by-state travel regulations. — Lexology

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