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Top News Links: Tuesday, Oct. 13

Birmingham’s Intermark Group launches Alloy

Intermark Group, an award-winning advertising agency focusing on psychology-driven marketing, announces its newest venture, Alloy, designed to help companies take advantage of technology to boost their marketing and sales efforts. Alloy is aimed at helping companies pioneer new digital experiences that will become even more crucial to businesses in the coming years. – News release

Popular downtown Birmingham restaurant sold

Brian Somershield and Geoff Lockert, the Ohio natives who have helped re-energize the downtown Birmingham dining scene, have sold their original restaurant, the Italian cafe Trattoria Centrale, to two longtime employees. Somershield and Lockert, who opened Trattoria Centrale in the summer of 2009, plan to concentrate on their two other restaurants and bars, El Barrio and Paramount. – AL.com

Yellowhammer, Commerce combine for summit

Yellowhammer Multimedia and the Alabama Department of Commerce last week announced they will partner to present the inaugural Alabama Economic Growth Summit. The two-day event will take place at The Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort & Spa in Hoover on Feb. 18-19, 2016, according to a release from the Alabama Department of Commerce. – BizJournals.com

Alabama ranked among least financial-savvy states

Alabama is among the least money-savvy states in the U.S., according to a study by personal finance and consumer banking site GOBankingRates.com. The website ranks Alabama No. 7 on the least money-savvy states list, which is topped by Mississippi, Arkansas and Nevada. – AL.com

UMW president to speak at rally Wednesday

Cecil Roberts, president of the United Mine Workers of America, will address a UMW rally in Brookwood on Wednesday. Roberts will be joined by U.S. Reps. Terri Sewell, D-Birmingham, and Bennie Thompson, D-Miss. The 11 a.m. rally at Brookwood City Park on Alabama Highway 216 will focus on building support for proposed federal legislation to protect pensions and health care benefits of miners, retired miners and their widowed spouses. – Tuscaloosa News

Staffing company seeks to fill more than 100 jobs

One of Alabama's largest independent staffing companies is seeking more than 100 skilled workers to help fill positions across the state. Personnel Staffing offices in Gadsden, Albertville, Fort Payne, Birmingham and Tuscaloosa are accepting online applications for a variety of jobs, most of which are temporary to permanent positions after 500 hours. – AL.com

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