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Top News Links: Wednesday, June 25

Vulcan Industries plans expansion in Moody

Birmingham-based Vulcan Industries, which makes merchandising displays and fixtures, announced plans Monday for a $5 million expansion of its facilities in Moody.  The company is part of Birmingham-based Ebsco Inustries. — Birmingham News

Anniston adding access point for biking trail

Seeking to make sure Coldwater Mountain bike trail visitors also visit downtown Anniston, the city this week purchased 62-acres for a trailhead and additional access trail to the mountain biking site. — Anniston Star

Alabama Graphite moves to OTCQX trading

Canadian-based Alabama Graphite, with plans to explore and develop graphite mining on its property in Coosa County, moved to OTCQX trading yesterday, the first Canadian company to move from OTC's venture stage to its trading stage. — Wall Street Journal

ServisFirst to ring NASDAQ bell Thursday

Officials with Birmingham-based ServisFirst Bancshares have been chosen to ring NASDAQ's closing bell tomorrow. ServisFirst began public trading May 14. — CNN Money

New openings at Airbus

As Airbus Group gears up for a final assembly plant in Mobile, the company has issued a hiring announcement for nondestructive testing technicians and for liaison structure engineers. AIDT handles hiring for Airbus. — Airbus PR

Recall issued for barbecue breads

Flowers Foods has issues a recall over potential allergy issues for Bar-B-Q breads solids under brands names Bunny, Sunbeam, Flowers and Ingles in stores in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Tennessee. — Flowers Foods PR

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