The 2018 U.S. Women’s Open brings prestige, money, and a chance to see some of the world’s best golfers right here at Shoal Creek. Written by Rosalind Fournier
BJCC head Tad Snider weighs in on the prospects of the convention center expansion and a new outdoor stadium.
With everything on the horizon from the U.S. Women’s Open at Shoal Creek to a potential new stadium to a new professional soccer team, the convergence of sports and business in Birmingham has never been hotter.
The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham knows the concept of regional cooperation has its skeptics. They just want people to understand what’s at stake. By Cindy Fisher
Book-It Legal Puts Law Students to Work in the Gig Economy
This 11,000-square-foot office and showroom space for Nike is located in the Colonnade to serve wholesale customers who are major retailers of sporting goods, shoes and clothing.
The storied firearms company Steyr Mannlicher may be based in Austria, but all of their firearms sold in the U.S. first go through Steyr Arms in Bessemer. By Rosalind Fournier
We met up with B&B Construction’s Vance Ballard at East 59 Cafe in East Lake.
10 Things About EBSCO
How do well-established brands adapt to changing cultures? By Dan Monroe
Photos from the January 25th "What's Next in Sports in Birmingham?" breakfast event