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Dual storefront to open on Morris Avenue A dual storefront is in the works for a historic Birmingham street this summer. Courtney Pigford of Honeycreeper Chocolate and Lacey Woodroof of basic. plan to open their chocolate and clothing businesses in one shop on Morris Avenue, reports Bham Now. Bo
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Plans for residential development off 280 proceed Plans for the third phase of a Birmingham neighborhood are shaping up. The Shelby County Planning Commission has approved a preliminary plat for 24 new lots at The Village at Highland Lakes, reports 280 Living. The land is located at the end of Highland V
bizjournals.com | 1 hour, 9 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Birmingham, Alabama
First Margaritaville Hotel in Alabama to open in massive mixed-use development A hotel inspired by a popular Jimmy Buffett song is coming to a massive new development in Madison County. Developer Breland Companies is bringing Alabama's first Margaritaville Hotel to Town Madison in metro Huntsville, according to AL.com. The 150-room
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Behind the scenes at the speed-dating-for-travel-leaders that is IPW In increments of just 15 or 20 minutes, destinations and travel companies look to cement $4.7 billion in contracts with travel operators.
bizjournals.com | 1 hour, 35 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Denver, Colorado
WeddingWire has a new majority owner Chevy Chase-based Wedding Wire Inc. has a new owner. A company backed by Permira, a global private equity firm, will invest $350 million in WeddingWire, becoming its majority shareholder once the deal closes in the third quarter. The existing WeddingWire
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2U hires COO, will sell $300M in common stock as its share price contines to soar Key story highlights: 2U has hired Mark Chernis as its chief operating officerChernis founded SchoolNet, which was later acquired by Pearson2U will also sell $300M in common stock, which it could use for a host of things including acquisition Lanham-based
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Hickenlooper signs five bills designed to attack opioid-addiction crisis Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday signed into law five bipartisan bills that represent the Colorado Legislatures strongest attempt yet to combat the states growing opioid-overdose crisis. The package of laws, most of which come from an interim committee th
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NAMI Colorado guides communities and individuals from mental illness to recovery NAMI Colorado (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is a growing organization with a new staff and energized approach to mental health. Led by our new and dynamic executive director, Sarah Mooney, we are all driven by the idea that mental health can b
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Sales tax collection issue for out-of-state retailers goes to U.S. Supreme Court A South Dakota case heard by the U.S. Supreme Court could have a big impact on Oregon businesses, says Rob ONeill, a partner with accounting firm Moss Adams. The high court heard arguments last month in South Dakotas effort to overturn a 1992 ruling that
bizjournals.com | 2 hours, 30 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Portland, Oregon
Madrona closes $300 million round and plans expansion of Seattle HQ The firm plans to use the fund to invest in four types of startups based in the Pacific Northwest.
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