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January 2012

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In This Issue

Think Local, Stay Solvent

Think Local, Stay Solvent

Minimal expansion, well-scrutinized lending gives AuburnBank slow steady growth.

The Bard's Still on the Boards

The Bard's Still on the Boards

Alabama Shakespeare Festival see fewer schoolkids, lower donations but pledges to maintain quality despite recession.

News Futures

News Futures

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

2011 Newsmakers

2011 Newsmakers

Human Resources

Human Resources

Automation helps companies fish for the best candidates in an enormous pool of applicants.

A Voice in the Ear of the Legislature

A Voice in the Ear of the Legislature

Lawyer-lobbyist Beth Marietta Lyons got her start as a member of the State House of Representatives.

The Little Ice Cream Shop that Could

The Little Ice Cream Shop that Could

Cammie’s Old Dutch, a beloved Mobile institution for 42 years, could have gone out of business when its supplier was shuttered, but determined owner Cammie Wayne wouldn’t let that happen.

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