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.
Mike Kemp was elected as the BCA’s 36th chairman. Kemp has been a longtime leader with the BCA serving as the organization’s first vice chairman, an executive member, and chairman of ProgressPAC, BCA’s political arm.
Morgan Leigh Oldham is a junior on the Auburn Gymnastics team. She has been working on a NFT project for several months and is planning to go live with her landing page and NFT drop December15, 2021. She will be the first female collegiate athlete (that we’re aware of) that will have her own NFT in this new NIL world. Morgan talks about her new project and endeavor.
In November, Amazon plans to expand delivery services in greater Birmingham. This new station will employ approximately 150 people and create indirect job opportunities for hundreds of people through the empowerment of the Delivery Service Partner program.
The Clay County Board of Education will use funds from the Appalachian Regional Commission to renovate and convert the former Pete Phillips National Guard Armory in Ashland into a technical career development center.
For the past 20 years, Disney parks have let guests skip the line with a FastPass for a specific time, at no extra cost. But taking a cue from regional park operators Six Flags and Cedar Fair, Disney will soon start charging for line skipping.
Alabama’s jobless rate dropped slightly to 3.1 percent last month and average wages increased, signs of what the governor’s office says is the state’s continuing recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Kay Ivey joined the leaders of Wellborn Cabinet Inc. on Thursday to formally announce a $15 million expansion project that will ultimately create over 200 jobs at the company’s Ashland facility.