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Farming for the Health Buyer

Farming for the Health Buyer

After decades of farming the traditional way, Randall Hastings changed methods to grow for a different customer — a clientele fueling a three-fold increase in sales in the U.S. in the last decade.

June 2014
Trading Army Boots for Wing Tips

Trading Army Boots for Wing Tips

After retiring from a 34-year career in Army Special Forces, Joe Riley worked his way to manager of his local credit union, Federal Employees Credit Union. He hopes to deploy its nonprofit services to state employees as well.

May 2014
Movers & Shapers, May 2014

Movers & Shapers, May 2014

Spotlight on Baldwin County

May 2014
Giant Roars to Full Blast

Giant Roars to Full Blast

After hibernating the recession, Alabama’s sleeping giant — a $4 billion industrial recruit trumpeted in 2007 — has slowly roared to life.

April 2014
The Road to Alabama’s Biggest Command Post

The Road to Alabama’s Biggest Command Post

Growing up among millworkers in a textile town in western Virginia, Dennis Via didn’t have an inkling of his current command — overseeing 68,000 soldiers and civilian workers from his Army headquarters in Huntsville.

March 2014
Currency Wars and Bursting Bubbles

Currency Wars and Bursting Bubbles

Central bank policies are launching currency wars on a sea of market bubbles, says economist Mark Thornton.

February 2014
Seven at the Top

Seven at the Top

Meet seven women who leveraged fierce determination and their gender’s own genius to break to the top of the competition (most of it male).

February 2014
Riding Herd on the Senate

Riding Herd on the Senate

Patrick Harris went from high school to the Xerox room of the Alabama Senate. As CEO of that sometimes august, sometimes raucous body, he manages an office of 100 workers who shepherd, type, underline, certify and publish all the laws of the land. And he likes to ride out at dawn.

January 2014
Stores on Wheels

Stores on Wheels

Annette Nolan expects to be a game changer in the set-in-its-ways, $42 billion vending industry. What she has in mind are retail stores that travel — as far as Moscow.

January 2014
Fitness Training for the Real World

Fitness Training for the Real World

The decades old training model of the college co-op seems designed for today’s lean and hungry job market. Employers get a semester or more of “interview” time. Students bulk up for the real world.

January 2014
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