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April 2013

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Flashback: Sucked Dry in Barbour County

Flashback: Sucked Dry in Barbour County

Signature Designs

Signature Designs

Award winning interior designs by Alabama designers and architects.

Pols Pull Fast One for School Vouchers

Pols Pull Fast One for School Vouchers

Career Trends & Sheepskins

Demand for workers in nursing, engineering and business are steering the choices of many of today’s university students. Others take a more idealistic track — following their passions.

Big First Plunge Back into Coastal Resort Housing

Big First Plunge Back into Coastal Resort Housing

Ambitious plans for a 645-lot housing development spring from a $62 million private equity fund that snaps up distressed coastal real estate. A team of Mobile/New York investment partners steers the fund.

Movers & Shapers, April 2013

Movers & Shapers, April 2013

Spotlight on Tallapoosa and Chambers counties

Disaster Master

Disaster Master

Wherever natural disaster strikes, Grace Pilot is ready to dispatch insurance adjusters, to all 50 states — heading a family business that started with $2,500 in the bank.

Spotlight on Tallapoosa and Chambers Counties

Spotlight on Tallapoosa and Chambers Counties

Fed Cuts Hit Home Hard

Fed Cuts Hit Home Hard

New Tools for Management

New Tools for Management

Newly tooled degrees and career boosters from Alabama’s business schools

Career Notes, April 2013

Career Notes, April 2013

A month of career climbs throughout the state

Great Eats and Neighborhood Sizzle

Mix a trendy restaurant into a cool entertainment zone and watch the synergy feed both.

Law Grads Face a Stern Market

Law Grads Face a Stern Market

A supply-high job market challenges the resourcefulness of newly graduated lawyers and Alabama law schools.

Closing the Skills Gap

Closing the Skills Gap

Leaders in education, business and government are partnering to make Alabama’s future workforce more career ready, with critical decision making and problem solving skills at the top of the agenda.

Oil Spill Testimony Begins Flowing

Oil Spill Testimony Begins Flowing

Rail Car Plant Runs Full Circle, Back to Rail Cars

Company Kudos, April 2013

Company Kudos, April 2013

Critical Thinking Command

Critical Thinking Command

Former Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Charles Krulak, president of Birmingham-Southern College, says his school is best of the breed when it comes to value and the teaching of critical thinking.

Class Action Claimed in No-Class Cruise

Class Action Claimed in No-Class Cruise

Seafood Sales Summit

Seafood Sales Summit

Crossword Puzzle, April 2013

Crossword Puzzle, April 2013

Gambling Raiders Ride Again

Gambling Raiders Ride Again