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Leading by Example

Leading by Example

White-Spunner Construction's new headquarters was built to LEED specifications, becoming the first LEED certified project in Alabama south of Montgomery.

April 2011
Government Green

Government Green

Building for the government these days means being skilled in the most demanding standards of sustainability. Alabama-based construction companies that win publicly funded projects are bolstering revenues in a down economy, while cultivating an expertise that adds to their competitiveness.

April 2011
Gulf Spill Reaches the Courtroom

Gulf Spill Reaches the Courtroom

Business Alabama talks to Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange, who plays a key role in the spill litigation that began in February in New Orleans, in the U.S. District Court for Eastern Louisiana.

April 2011
Renewable Adventure

Renewable Adventure

An inspired exercise in sustainable economic development, Alabama Black Belt Adventures is capitalizing on a wellspring of outdoor recreational resources and cultural tourism. Some of Alabama’s biggest names in outdoor sports are contributing their enthusiasm.

April 2011
The Buck Stops...Where?

The Buck Stops...Where?

March 2011
Sweet Shoals Sisters

Sweet Shoals Sisters

March 2011
Hyundai Could Double Down

Hyundai Could Double Down

March 2011
Steve Jobs Calls Again on Alabama Expat

Steve Jobs Calls Again on Alabama Expat

Key man out of Alabama: Apple's Tim Cook

March 2011
Huntsville’s Real Estate Marvel

Huntsville’s Real Estate Marvel

In the midst of a global real estate recession, Alabama is host to the largest new real estate development in the U.S., a $1 billion Department of Defense-funded commercial/retail development that accommodates Redstone Arsenal’s realignment consolidations.

March 2011
Hanging Tough in a Fearful Market

Hanging Tough in a Fearful Market

Through two years of recession, about 90 percent of Alabama 401k participants stayed the sometimes-scary course (assets down as much as 50 percent) and are finally coming out ahead. About 40 percent of employers who cut off contributions have returned, by some estimates.

February 2011