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What is Wealth?

What is Wealth?

However you measure it, it’s more about value than currency.

Black Gold

Black Gold

More than six decades of oil and gas production in Alabama extends from Huntsville to the Gulf of Mexico.

Financial Planning 101

Financial Planning 101

Alabama experts offer tips for managing your money at each stage of your career.

Company Kudos, July 2018

Company Kudos, July 2018

A month of achievements in Alabama business

How the Rich Stay Rich

How the Rich Stay Rich

Banks offer special services to help wealthy clients protect their funds and not-quite-so-wealthy ones climb the ladder.

What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

Millions of dollars a year, if that name is “Alabama”

Complying with GDPR: Where Are Your Blind Spots?

Complying with GDPR: Where Are Your Blind Spots?

Explore the common misunderstandings that may help you as you assess whether your company has any obligations under GDPR.

Why Not Abbeville?

Why Not Abbeville?

Alabama’s richest individual has been rebuilding the small town where he was born. “Hopeless and helpless” not long ago, Abbeville is now headquarters to a thriving, home-grown, coast-to-coast business.

Meet the UAB Excellence in Business Top 25 Award Winners

Meet the UAB Excellence in Business Top 25 Award Winners

Now entering its sixth year, the Top 25 program is a sought-after recognition for UAB alumni worldwide.

Relocation Benefits Compete for Talent

Relocation Benefits Compete for Talent

In an economy that values workforce mobility, relocation packages are a measure of a company’s human resource wealth.

China’s Import Duty Cuts Benefit Alabama’s Automakers

China’s Import Duty Cuts Benefit Alabama’s Automakers

China’s Finance Ministry announced in late May it would cut its import duty by July 1 on passenger cars to 15 percent, a move that rippled through Alabama by way of sending stock prices upward for European and Asian automakers.

Airbus Goes NEO, Celebrates New Customers

Airbus Goes NEO, Celebrates New Customers

Hawaiian Airlines took delivery in June of the first US-built A321 new-engine-option aircraft at Mobile’s Airbus final assembly line.

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Friday, July 20, 2018

Hyundai worker from Alabama testifies in D.C. on tariffs

John Hall, a maintenance worker at the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing plant in Montgomery, testified Thursday that auto imports pose no threat to U.S. national security. "In fact, it's just the opposite," he says. Hyundai imports parts that go into its Alabama-built cars. Hall spoke at a U.S. Commerce Department hearing into whether imports of cars, trucks and auto parts pose a threat to American national security that would justify hitting them with tariffs. – USN&WR​

Planners eye linear park for Birmingham under bridges

For decades, the elevated bridges of Interstate 59/20 have divided Birmingham, isolating neighborhoods and creating a clear boundary between two parts of the city. Now officials with the city and Alabama Department of Transportation are hoping a new mile-long linear park under the reconstructed I-59/20 bridges can help bring the city back together. The project is called CityWalk BHAM, and designers and engineers are evaluating the possibilities for a 10-block long public space with the potential for beer gardens and skater parks. – AL.com​

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