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News Futures

News Futures

The chief of three of Alabama’s largest newspapers takes a reading on the future of news and new media.

January 2012
2011 Newsmakers

2011 Newsmakers

January 2012
Scared to Death: Cyber Insecurity in Alabama's Technology Hub

Scared to Death: Cyber Insecurity in Alabama's Technology Hub

If you don’t “wake up at night scared to death of the threats to our national defense assets,” the military brass in Huntsville wants you to know you should. And the mayor of Huntsville has an economic development initiative that depends on it.

November 2011
Double Kudos for GATR Technologies

Double Kudos for GATR Technologies

October 2011
Robots and More Robots

Robots and More Robots

October 2011
Plugging in to Explosive Demands

Plugging in to Explosive Demands

Alabama’s largest IT company makes a strategic acquisition to exploit the explosion in Internet capacity demand.

October 2011

Bridging the Black Belt Tech Gap

Alabama’s most ambitious rural broadband initiative is under way in the Black Belt, connecting 840 anchor institutions, 17,430 households and rolling out 2,200 miles of fiber optic cable.

August 2011

Small Business Watchdog Sues Top Brass

The patriot missile system is a prime contract for Raytheon’s engineering office in Huntsville, which employs around 700 workers. Raytheon is building a $300 million manufacturing facility at Huntsville’s Redstone Arsenal that will add an additional 300 workers, to produce SM3 and SM6 missiles.

June 2011
India Denies Boeing Second Aerospace Coup

India Denies Boeing Second Aerospace Coup

Boeing Co. hoped to follow up on its $30 billion Air Force tanker contract win with another aerospace defense coup, an $11 billion contract to supply India with a new fleet of fighter planes.

June 2011
Space Center’s New Captain’s New Tack

Space Center’s New Captain’s New Tack

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s new commander has a new business plan, based on sending more and more of the nation’s children (and corporate leaders) into Space Camp.

May 2011
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