Six business groups in Shelby County; Calera main street, Chelsea business alliance, Columbiana main street, Montevallo chamber of commerce, Montevallo main street and The Shelby County chamber are collaborating to recognize tourism and recreation businesses that excel each and every day in Shelby County.
The Associated Press says economic analyses of the proposal suggests the bill itself won’t bring down inflation, at least in the time being. They add the legislation won’t directly address some of the main price drivers like gas, food, and rent.
Wellborn Cabinet’s plan is to construct and equip a 250,000-square-foot facility in Oxford to begin production of a new kitchen and bath cabinetry product, according to the Alabama Department of Commerce.
New tonight, a warning that you may be paying more than you should be if you borrowed money for a purchase anytime this spring. The Wall Street Journal reported that credit agency Equifax gave inaccurate credit scores on millions of consumers seeking loans.
Before the games started, officials were predicting around a $256 million economic impact in Alabama. City of Birmingham officials said it’s too early to tell exactly how numbers are tracking right now, but that crowd sizes they are seeing make them hopeful.
Several business owners say the public’s perception of the World Games road closures is hurting their bottom lines. Now some of those owners are speaking up and stressing they are not only open for business, but they are easy to get to.
Tamika Hinton, a Fairfield native and Black female entrepreneur, has been awarded a national cash grant through the Reimagine Main Street project to help boost the trajectory of her firm Out of Office, as it seeks to transform the way businesses access services and distribute resources.
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) announced members will be filing Unfair Labor Practice charges (ULPs) against Amazon claiming the company has engaged in misconduct during the re-run union election in Bessemer.
Airbus and Lockheed Martin announced a joint bid to build U.S, military refueling tanker plans in the Port City, a project that would be worth hundreds of millions of dollars and create hundreds of jobs locally.