Clear all search history
Law & Crime
Disasters & Accidents
War & Conflict
Hospitality & Recreation
Alabama Retail Association articles over last 30 days
articles last 30 days
articles per day
Mentioned in this news
The Legal Lowdown on Starting a Brewery or Distil...
... survive. “The legislature was in the pocket of the beer wholesalers. [As head of the state association representing the beer distributors,] Mike McKinney was the most powerful lobbyist in...
Read more at Entrpreneur
States at odds with feds on data breach proposals
Talbott, a senior vice president of government affairs with the Electronic Transactions Association, which represents banks, companies that make credit card swipe terminals and online...
Read more at The Record Searchlight
University of Pittsburgh
Fitch Downgrades Mississippi Power to 'BBB+'; Sou...
Negative from Stable. Fitch has affirmed the IDRs for Southern's other subsidiaries as follows: Alabama Power Company at 'A'; Georgia Power Company at 'A'; Gulf Power Company at 'A-'; Southern...
Read more at
Mississippi Business Journal
San Antonio Express-News
+ 6 more articles
Mississippi Power Co.
Kemper County power plant
Online shopping could mean that Alabama is losing...
... However, the some believe the losses could be even more extreme. Nancy Dennis with the
Alabama Retail Association
said that more and more people are moving away from shopping in stores to...
Read more at WAFF 48 News Huntsville
Graham bill wants Corps to consider bay’s needs
... by oystermen Shannon Hartsfield, president of the Franklin County Seafood Workers Association, and Kim Bodine, executive director of CareerSource Gulf Coast, which administers the...
Read more at The Apalachicola Times
Latest from Twitter
Parts of this website powered by Open Calais, a toolkit for rich semantic metadata extraction.
Interceder is a topic search engine aggregating the latest news on any topic into a single window of information. This page has been automatically generated. To contact Interceder
Your privacy is important. Interceder does not collect and keep any personal information about visitors to the site. Interceder may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements on this website, other websites, and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you.