Alabama Business News
"Nachtspiele" includes music, competitive games.
The need for a comprehensive statewide plan to provide high-speed, fiber-fed broadband internet connectivity to every Alabamian has never been more evident.
Wondery executives declined to disclose finances, but they said that the business is profitable and that it has raised $15 million from investors. Last year, after raising $10 million, Wondery was valued at more than $100 million.
Beginning next year, most of the Hyundai Tucson compact SUVs sold in the United States will be built in Montgomery.
Regina Elsea worked at Ajin USA, a metal stamping plant that makes parts for Hyundai and Kia in Cusseta Industrial Park.
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The company says its expansion is expected to provide as many as 50 jobs.
Hotel confirms Nov. 23 reopening.
The recall includes 54,000 vehicles.
Markets were already sharply higher on the U.S. election result when Pfizer said that data shows vaccine shots may be 90% effective at preventing COVID-19, indicating the company is on track this month to file an emergency use application with U.S. regulators.
Kenneth Coleman is leaving the Birmingham Business less than five months after becoming the organization's first Black president and CEO.
Vehicle is first to use cutting-edge material from AM/NS Calvert mill near Mobile