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April 2012

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Top News Links: Monday, April 30

Our Fair Share of River Water

Our Fair Share of River Water

An opinion piece by Matt Lembke

Top News Links: Friday, April 27

Court to Hear Paramilitary Claims against Drummond

Court to Hear Paramilitary Claims against Drummond

Communication Key to the Supply Chain

Communication Key to the Supply Chain

Alabama’s automotive industry runs on a just-in-time delivery system. A late part affects the entire state economy.

Top News Links: Thursday, April 26

World Wide Transformations

World Wide Transformations

How three very different companies used the Internet to transform their businesses.

Shelter Takedown

Shelter Takedown

Our Newest Capital Immigrants

Our Newest Capital Immigrants

Israeli, Danish and Finnish firms join Alabama’s foreign direct investment mix.

BP Settles, Soars, Sours

BP Settles, Soars, Sours

Still Rolling—On a Four-Year Streak

Still Rolling—On a Four-Year Streak

Access at the Click of a Mouse

Access at the Click of a Mouse

Communicating to its members always has been the focus of AAMA’s website, but the new site will provide even more interactive options in regard to training and networking events.

What Are the Odds?

What Are the Odds?

Grown Up Spring Break

Grown Up Spring Break

Little Dix Bay resort in Virgin Gorda offers pool or beach swimming in water blue and clear. Glide across the water on a sailboat or explore beneath the surface on a scuba excursion. Arrange your stay through Brownell Travel and get extra percs.

Top News Links: Wednesday, April 18

A Healthy Buzz

A Healthy Buzz

A hive of new businesses is buzzing around the growing demand for locally grown food. In Alabama, it’s just the beginning of what could become a $980 million-a-year economic development coup.

Top News Links: Tuesday, April 17

Rocket City Futurism Two

Rocket City Futurism Two

Jeffco Consultant Unleashes More Thunderbolts

Jeffco Consultant Unleashes More Thunderbolts

Top News Links: Monday, April 16

Women in Charge

Women in Charge

Women presidents and CEOs of privately owned Alabama companies share their management experiences.

Top News Links: Friday, April 13

Movers & Shapers

Movers & Shapers

People making a difference in Shelby County

Top News Links: Thursday, April 12

Top News Links: Wednesday, April 11

Chinese Team with Alabama Biofuel

Chinese Team with Alabama Biofuel

Top News Links: Tuesday, April 10

Shot in the Dark

Shot in the Dark

An investment in hunting in Alabama seems a sure thing. But sometimes the risk is in the timing. Billy Ainsworth and sons launched a luxury shooters’ resort just as the economy blew up.

Top News Links: Monday, April 9

Spotlight on Shelby County

Spotlight on Shelby County

Top News Links: Friday, April 6

Alabama Insider Trades

Stock transactions by insiders of Alabama's public companies

Renewed Momentum

Renewed Momentum

The recession put a damper on sales of automobiles, but Alabama’s OEMs are now experiencing some growth, creating new jobs at all levels of the industry.

Top News Links: Thursday, April 5

Changeups at Top in Higher Ed

Changeups at Top in Higher Ed

Top News Links: Wednesday, April 4

Main Street Revisited

Main Street Revisited

Alabama cities and towns think outside the big box and beyond the factory

Pemco Flies to Florida

Pemco Flies to Florida

Immigration Law Takes a Hit, Immigrants Edge Back

Immigration Law Takes a Hit, Immigrants Edge Back

Top News Links: Tuesday, April 3

Disquieting Career Advice

Disquieting Career Advice

Top News Links: Monday, April 2

Shelley Stewart: From Segregation to Connections

Shelley Stewart: From Segregation to Connections

The backstory of communications company o2ideas entails Civil Rights, r&b radio and a tight black-white friendship.

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