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Diving into City Hall

Diving into City Hall

The new mayor of Birmingham outlines his opening agenda, including a “deep dive into...employee morale.”

Creative Assets Fully Valued

Creative Assets Fully Valued

Catherine Marks Woodson left a lucrative career in high finance to launch a national magazine that lavishly covers the brilliant artists of the Southern art scene.

Higher Ed at the Edge

Higher Ed at the Edge

Modern enterprise demands ever sharper skills and schooling, but Alabama’s higher education funding is at a 50-year low. Access is plunging and student debt climbing above average.

Rust Buster with Big Potential

Rust Buster with Big Potential

A patent for an anti-rust coating issued in March to Auburn’s Jon Brasher promises to become a breakthrough technology for many industries, especially big utilities. The biggest risk to success: resistance in direct proportion to client company size.

Steeped in Tradition and Brisk

Steeped in Tradition and Brisk

Former banker Bill Bowron took over one of the oldest family businesses in Alabama and led Red Diamond to innovative products and a new, tech-savvy headquarters in Moody.

Risk Management for Mars

Risk Management for Mars

Dee Vancleave’s team makes sure the Space Launch System can go where no one has gone before.

Building a Business Future

Building a Business Future

Rigved Joshi’s family business in India provided the spark of entrepreneurship. Now he is set to share that inspiration with students and start-ups in Huntsville.

Monumental Iron Masters

Monumental Iron Masters

It began with the Astor Place subway kiosk in New York City. Now almost every city in the country visits Alexander City, Alabama to get its iconic ironwork done.

Big Bet on Birmingham Rolls In

Big Bet on Birmingham Rolls In

Even with city subsidies and state tax credits, renovation of the Pizitz was a roll of the dice when it broke ground in 2015. “I really didn’t know how well it would work until this January,” says developer Jeffrey Bayer.

Up Close World ’Round

Up Close World ’Round

The best sights in the world are bigger and better close up and SeeCoast Manufacturing in tiny, scenic Fairhope has the globe circled with its viewers.

Global Temperature Check

Global Temperature Check

Atmospheric scientist John Christy says two decades of data don’t back up the mathematical models of global warming theory.

Recipe for All Pro Hospitality

Recipe for All Pro Hospitality

Bob Baumhower — upon opening a rooftop fine dining eatery, in addition to his $31 million family dining enterprise — shares his back story, from Tuscaloosa to Miami, from lineman to host.

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Career Notes, December 2017

Career Notes, December 2017

Who's moving up?

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Movers & Shapers, December 2017

Movers & Shapers, December 2017

Spotlight on Lee, Russell & Macon Counties

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