Edward Jones Ranks No. 2 on ‘Best Places to Work in Alabama’ 2013 List
Business Alabama teamed up with the Best Companies Group of Harrisburg, Pa., and local partner - SHRM - to rank the state's best employers. 20 companies were named Best Places to Work in Alabama for 2013, divided into 11 large companies, four medium-sized companies and five small companies by the number of people they employ in Alabama.
Business After Hours event teaches the art of mixology
The recent Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce’s “Business After Hours” showcased the new Top of the Town facilities above Cullman Savings Bank.
TSA taking some of the hassle out of airport security lines
More than a quarter of U.S. fliers can expect speedier passage through airport checkpoints — shoes and coats on,
Food World to close Sept. 28
After spending the past few years swapping owners and avoiding round after round of cuts, the Cullman Food World will close its doors later this month.
Low-wage workers set nationwide walkout for Aug. 29
Emboldened by an outpouring of support on social media, low-wage fast-food and retail workers from eight cities who have staged walkouts this year are calling for a national day of strikes Aug. 29.
Wells Fargo to cut 365 jobs in Birmingham area
Wells Fargo plans to eliminate 365 positions in Alabama, officials announced Thursday.
J.C. Penney heads for 9th quarter of plunging sales
J.C. Penney countered criticism from investor Bill Ackman last week by saying it's focused on stabilizing the business and winning back customers. Results next week will show what little progress has been made.
Former NY exec gets prison for $185M stock swindle
The founder of America's leading supplier of body armor to the U.S. military was sentenced Thursday to 17 years in prison for running a $185 million stock swindle in which he used the proceeds to finance luxuries such as lavish parties featuring Tom Petty, Aerosmith and the Eagles.
Revamped Chevy Impala turning heads again
Chevy Impala hit the road as a coupe and convertible in 1958 and has been an American icon ever since. Now in its 10th generation, the Impala has transformed, re-tuned, re-configured, revamped and altered just about everything on its four wheels.
How Coke won the cola wars
The inspired Pepsi Challenge marketing campaign of the 1980s was my childhood introduction to one of the fundamentals of scientific inquiry: the double-blind experiment.
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