Alabama finished in the middle of the pack of its region for the number of substantial business projects started in 2022.
Members of the Joint Legislative Study Commission on Economic Development Incentives recommended at a meeting Monday the Legislature consider increasing the $350 million cap on Alabama Jobs Act economic development incentives and extending the sunset date of the law for another five years until July 30, 2028.
Wellborn Cabinets announces plans for $17 million plant in Oxford. The new facility will create 414 new jobs in the Talladega Calhoun County area.
Anejos Logistics wants to build a facility to grow and process medical marijuana for the state's inaugural medical marijuana program. The company hopes to bring 100 to 200 jobs to Henager in Dekalb County.
“With this expansion, Shinhwa will have invested over $190 million and created more than 185 well-paying jobs since choosing Auburn as their first U.S. location," said Gov. Kay Ivey.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R), who is running for re-election this year, told the state’s economic developers that under her leadership,...
By Brandon Moseley Amazon.com Inc. will open three new operations facilities in Alabama and will open a new fulfillment center that...