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First-Ever Recipient of BCA Initiative Receives Recognition at Alabama’s Spring Game

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (April 18, 2016) – McAleer’s Office Furniture Co. in Mobile on Saturday was named the winner of the first-ever “Small Business Game Changer” by the Business Council of Alabama (BCA) and Crimson Tide Sports Marketing, University of Alabama Athletics’ multimedia rights holder. McAleer’s Office Furniture Co. was awarded …

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Walker County Legislator Addresses BCA Tuesday Briefing

Rep. Connie Rowe was today’s Business Council of Alabama’s Tuesday Briefing speaker. Rep. Rowe was introduced by Jeff Johnson, manager of lands and public affairs, Southern and Gulf Coast Division for Vulcan Materials Co., the sponsor of today’s Tuesday Briefing. Vulcan Materials Co. is a 107-year-old, $3 billion company headquartered …

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Alabama-Made Toyota Engines Head to Career-Tech Classrooms

Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Alabama donated 45 V6 engines produced at the Huntsville plant to tech schools in six counties. Shown here are Toyota Alabama President Jim Bolte and school representatives from Madison, Limestone, Morgan, Marshall, DeKalb and Cullman counties. (Contributed) HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Tech students in six North Alabama …

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Let’s Do…. Walking

When someone asks what do you want to do for lunch, tell them let’s go walk! This Wednesday, April 20 in Montgomery only, and elsewhere statewide on Wednesday, April 27, Alabama is observing the 10th annual National Walk@Lunch Day. National Walk@Lunch Day is a nationwide event created by the Blue …

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Week 10 of the 2016 Session

This week’s Tuesday Briefing, sponsored by Vulcan Inc., featured House Minority Leader Craig Ford, D-Gadsden, who urged bipartisan cooperation on issues such as economic development. Vulcan Inc. President and CEO Tommy Lee, the 2016 BCA chairman, introduced Rep. Ford. The House passed an amended Alabama Transportation Safety Fund bill on …

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Alabama Businesses are Hit Hard By Federal Regulations

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has released a major study that shows the tremendous costs of ever-increasing regulations by the Obama Administration on not only Alabama business but also nationwide. In the study, Alabama was ranked 13th most affected by the impact of regulations on business, primarily environmental regulations and …

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Back Forty Beer Is First-Ever Recipient of Business Council of Alabama ‘Small Business Game Changer’ Award

AUBURN, Ala. – It couldn’t be more fitting than for an Auburn University graduate’s company to be the first recipient of the Business Council of Alabama and Auburn IMG Sports Marketing’s “Small Business Game Changer” award presented Saturday in front of nearly 50,000 people at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Back Forty Beer …

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House Minority Leader Promises Bipartisan Cooperation

Democrats may be outnumbered by Republicans in the Alabama House but the Democratic Caucus can be a valuable ally in the search for jobs and profitable businesses to boost Alabama, House Minority Leader Craig Ford told the Business Council of Alabama’s Tuesday Briefing. Ford, D-Gadsden, was today’s speaker at the …

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Week Nine of the 2016 Session

This week’s Tuesday Briefing, sponsored by the Protective Life Insurance Corp., featured Sen. Phil Williams, R-Rainbow City, and Rep. Matt Fridy, R-Montevallo, who discussed three legal reform bills that are important to the Alabama business community The pair kicked off the ninth week of the 2016 regular legislative session that …

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U.S. Chamber Concerned with Administration’s Final Rule that will Hurt Middle-America Savers

On Wednesday the Obama Administration’s Department of Labor released its final redefinition of a fiduciary rule under the Employee Retirement Security Act and initiated one of the biggest changes to the retirement system in the history of the 401(k). The rule will push Americans out of private investment accounts in …

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