City and state leaders toured the new Birmingham headquarters of Landing Thursday, welcoming Bill Smith’s latest company as the homegrown tech mogul announced two initiatives to cultivate programming talent in the Magic City.
The number of telemedicine visits among all doctors at University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital averaged three a day before the pandemic, but when COVID-19 shut down parts of the health care system, that number jumped to 1,500 almost overnight.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is expanding its telehealth platform to help diagnose and treat patients with vision problems.
StreetMetrics has made an addition to its C-suite.
Michael Steinberg has been named chief revenuer officer for the local startup.
Several Alabama cities saw growth in tech the tech sector with a rise in job postings in June.
Fairhope-Construction of Baldwin County’s first residential fiber broadband internet service will begin within two weeks at Fairhope and Orange Beach, project supporters say.
Governor Kay Ivey hosted a bill signing of Senate Bill 215 last week at the State Capital in Montgomery. The Connect Alabama Act, creates the Alabama Digital Expansion Authority to oversee broadband expansion and establishes the Alabama Digital Expansion Division within ADECA to develop a statewide connectivity plan.
A local entrepreneur has delved into the realm of manufacturing automated lawnmowers for residential and small commercial use.
County and city incentives for Landing have been passed.
Phoenix-based Knight-Swift, one of the largest trucking companies in the country, has acquired an Alabama trucking outfit for $1.35 billion. See why its CEO said this was the right partner to move into a new market.