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Top News Links: Friday, May 31

Huntsville developer proposes $30 million mixed project downtown

Charlie Sealy III, whose downtown Huntsville Belk Hudson Lofts project recently opened, has gone to city officials with plans for a new $30 million project mixing apartments, restaurants and retail on a site that's now a city parking lot. — Huntsville Times

Shopping center proposed in Tuscaloosa

Maylene developer and Tuscaloosa land owner propose major shopping center on Cedar Crest site decimated by 2011 tornado in Tuscaloosa. — Tuscaloosa News

EADS chief predicts Airbus sales will top 800 planes

Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus parent EADS, predicts the company will sell 800 planes this year, about 100 more than predicted earlier, with sales boosted by the energy-saving neo series. — Reuters

Company wants say in Scrushy court request

HealthSouth wants to offer its thoughts before a judge rules on a request by the company's former CEO, Richard Scrushy, that would allow him to create or direct a new company. — Birmingham News

Alabama-made Space Warriors airs tonight on Hallmark

Space Warriors, an adventure story set at the Space Camp program at the U.S. Space & Rockets Center in Huntsville, makes its TV debut at 7 p.m. Central Time on the Hallmark Channel. — U.S. Space & Rocket Center PR

CPSI ranks high among medical information system firms

Healthcare Informatics lists four Alabama firms among the nation's top 100 medical information systems firms; Mobile's CPSI ranks 43, up two spots from last year;  Source Medical Solutions of Birmingham, SSI Group of Mobile and Medseek of Birmingham also made the list. — Healthcare Informatics

Bloomberg names Regions among nation's strongest banks

Bloomberg's "best and worst" rankings places Birmingham-based Regions Financial at number 8 strongest bank in the U.S. — Bloomberg

CrowderGulf moves to second phase Sandy clean up

Mobile-based CrowderGulf LLC has completed major debris removal in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey — the first phase of clean up after Hurricane Sandy —  and now moves to the second phase, dredging shoals and sandbars, company officials say. — CrowderGulf PR

Mapping firm Atlantic opens Texas office

Huntsville-based mapping firm Atlantic is opening its third office, near Houston, and says it has plans to open additional offices in other cities. — Huntsville Times

IMS to consolidate instrument works on 12-acre campus

IMS, which repairs and refurbishes surgical instruments, is consolidating its facilities into a 12-acre campus on the south side of Birmingham. — Birmingham News

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