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Investment-Grade Distress

Investment-Grade Distress

Two youths of the Great Recession dove into the frenzy of distressed real estate and made it an investment-grade discipline.

Ezell's Catfish on the River

Ezell's Catfish on the River

Ezell’s became a restaurant in the 1950s, but its history goes back to riverboats and fish fries on the hunting camp lawn.

Re-equipping the Underemployed

Re-equipping the Underemployed

A new Innovate Birmingham initiative helps disciplined workers move from menial to meaningful.

Diving into City Hall

Diving into City Hall

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

Major League Scouts Assay Alabama

Major League Scouts Assay Alabama

Baseball talent will arise anew this summer as Hoover’s Met Complex becomes the landing site for 150 top high school baseball players being scrutinized by Major League Baseball team scouts, coaches and agents.

Should You Be Loved or Feared?

Should You Be Loved or Feared?

Is being liked or feared the best strategy for the modern workplace manager?

What's Coming in 2018

What's Coming in 2018

A governor’s race, major auto expansions, robots on combat ships

Chicken Law in High Court

Chicken Law in High Court

The latest lawsuit seeks to leap frog over the appellate level and go directly to the Supreme Court.

Top Stories of 2017

Top Stories of 2017

Factories rose, state unemployment hit a historic low and, for better or worse, Alabama made national headlines. Here’s our reckoning of the year’s top business stories.

Magic Classic Money Queried

Magic Classic Money Queried

MBA students wanting to study a complex business model with lots of moving parts and layers of political intrigue would do well to consider Birmingham’s Magic City Classic.

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NEWS AROUND ALABAMA

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

State’s winter weather under promises, over delivers

Alabama’s winter weather event actually did end up over performing -- in some spots. Snow added up overnight across parts of south-central and south Alabama, where amounts of more than 2 inches were common, according to reports filed to the National Weather Service. – AL.com

Why Toyota-Mazda’s rush to get building in Huntsville

If you build it, will they come? More importantly - if you build them, will they sell? Immediately after Toyota and Mazda announced their $1.6 billion manufacturing plant for Huntsville last week, questions began about whether the joint auto venture would have a large enough labor pool to supply the approximately 4,000 workers needed. – AL.com

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