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Birmingham Fastener & Supply Takes 2018 Manufacturer of the Year Award

Birmingham Fastener & Supply Inc. in Birmingham is the BCA-ATN Manufacturer of the Year for 2018 in the medium manufacturing category of between 100-399 employees. Business Council of Alabama member Birmingham Fastener & Supply was named a Manufacturer of the Year during a luncheon award ceremony on April 18 in Montgomery. …

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Huntsville Company is Two-Time Manufacturer of the Year Winner

Business Council of Alabama member ADTRAN Inc. was started with just seven employees 33 years ago in Huntsville after the breakup of the Bell System. ADTRAN founder Mark C. Smith’s business plan was to supply network equipment to the new regional Bell businesses and thousands of independent telephone companies. Perseverance, …

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Award-Winning Alabama Company Supports Ready-to-Work Training

If you’re worried about the future when millennials or even the current crop of high school graduates start running things, this video will allay your fears. These young men and women are in the manufacturing industry, supporting Alabama’s workforce needs, and their numbers are only going to grow thanks to innovative …

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Nasa Gets New Administrator

Huntsville’s Marshall Space Flight Center on Thursday got a new boss when the Senate voted 50-49 along party lines to confirm U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma as National Aeronautics and Space Administration administrator. All Senate Republicans voted to confirm Bridenstine and all the Democrats and both independents voted against …

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New Report Reveals Alabama’s Path to Best Future Workforce

ReadyNation, a skilled workforce-building organization, this week released a report that highlights the connection between postsecondary education and developing the workforce that Alabama needs now and will in the future. BCA President and CEO William J. Canary has served on the ReadyNation Advisory Board. At the BCA and Alabama Technology …

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ProgressPAC Endorses Marcus Paramore in House District 89 Primary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 18,  2018 MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The board of directors of ProgressPAC has endorsed Troy City Council President Marcus Paramore in the House of Representatives District 89 June 5 Republican primary, ProgressPAC Chairman Mike Kemp announced. ProgressPAC is the political arm of the Business Council of Alabama. …

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BCA Statement on the Death of Former First Lady Barbara Bush

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Statement from Business Council of Alabama President and CEO William Canary, who worked in the White House under President George H.W. Bush, on the death of Former First Lady Barbara Bush: “I was blessed to have known this beautiful person. From the many campaigns, the opportunity given …

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Torch Technologies Breaks Ground on New Facility

Business Council of Alabama member Torch Technologies Inc. in Huntsville on Friday announced a major construction project. The groundbreaking event at the site of the new facility included speakers Governor Kay Ivey, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, and Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle. The project consists of constructing a new 35,000-plus square …

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Revenue Department Issues Initial Guidelines for Tax Paid Limitation for Tax Years 2013-2017

The Alabama Department of Revenue has issued an initial guidance on certain taxes previously paid to other states by Alabama residents under recently enacted HB 384 that was backed by the Business Council of Alabama. The ADOR’s website posted a notice at the request of the Alabama Society of CPAs and …

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Transitioning Military Skills to Private Sector Success

Birmingham businessman and Army Reserve Lt. Col. Ken Phillips in conjunction with the University of Alabama Culverhouse School of Business offer job training for veterans to help them transfer military skills into the civilian workforce. Some military skills do not directly transfer into civilian jobs, but veterans have skills such …

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