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Top News Links: Tuesday, Nov. 20

Alabama tops charts for credit card delinquency

Alabama boasts the nation's third highest credit card delinquency rate, behind Mississippi and West Virginia. — Huntsville Times/al.com

Airbus plans for Mobile's new plant

Mobile's new $600 million Airbus plant at Brookely Aeroplex will be the showcase facility for the company; site will be equipped to accommodate various future projects.  — al.com

To rebuild or not to rebuild?

Does it make sense to keep rebuilding Dauphin Island, a hazard-prone area that continues to burden federal taxpayers? — The New York Times

Boeing awarded contract

The Boeing Company received a $59.6 million firm-fixed-price contract from U.S. Army Contracting Command, Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville. — NASDAQ

URS flying high in Fort Rucker

URS Corporation selected by the U.S. Army to provide Rotary Wing Flight Training at the  U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence in Fort Rucker, Ala. — Daily Finance

Walmart walkouts planned for Alabama

Walmart workers with the Organization United for Respect at Walmart have planned a nationwide strike for Black Friday; website lists more than 55 strikes to take place across the state. — WWNT Radio (Dothan)

Plan in the works for downtown Tuscaloosa project

Tuscaloosa City Council decides on $8.13 million plan for the next phase of the Downtown Urban Renewal Project. — Tuscaloosa News

Auburn opens new research facility

Auburn University opened a $7.1 million research facility to allow researchers to test poultry feed in an effort to increase production and reduce dependency on corn. — al.com

Gilley reports to prison

Casino developer Ronnie Gilley has reported to a federal penitentiary in Atlanta to begin serving his sentence for offering bribes to legislators to support pro-gambling legislation. — The Republic

Mobile entrepreneurs battle the sharks

Two attorneys from Mobile pitch their company Tie Try, an online necktie subscription service, to the entrepreneurs on ABC's "Shark Tank." — Business Insider

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