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Forever 21 warns of possible credit card hack

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Northport wants to turn unused city property into tax revenue

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Northport wants to turn unused city property into tax revenue


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Man poses as City of Pelham worker, uses fake purchase order to buy items at Home Depot

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Man poses as City of Pelham worker, uses fake purchase order to buy items at Home Depot


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New businesses opening in Five Points South

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BBVA Compass reports 8 percent increase in income in 3rd quarter

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BBVA Compass reports 8 percent increase in income in 3rd quarter


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Uber rides into credit card market with no-fee card

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Senate kills rule allowing class-action lawsuits against banks and credit card companies

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  • Tuscaloosa-area leaders encourage residents to shop local
    Tuscaloosa-area leaders encourage residents to shop local

    , wbrc.com

    With the increase in online shopping, Tuscaloosa leaders are reminding residents of the importance of keeping their dollars local this holiday season. The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama and Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox came together this week at Downtown Tuscaloosa retailer Lou & Company, to talk not only about shopping locally, but also the importance of supporting small businesses. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jim Page said shopping locally provides sales taxes that fund local services, such as police and fire protection and public schools
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  • Former Jack's CEO turned fast-food workers into business executives
    Former Jack's CEO turned fast-food workers into business executives

    , al.com

    Jimmy Reeves Moreland, who opened a Jack's Hamburgers franchise in Anniston in 1962 and later became president and CEO of Jack's Hamburgers Inc., loved training entry-level fast-food employees and turning them into business executives like himself. Moreland died on Aug. 10. He was 86. Moreland knew about working his way up the ladder because he did it himself. Moreland opened the first Jack's Hamburgers franchise at the corner of 19 Street and Quintard Avenue in Anniston in 1962
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  • Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy but keeps stores open
    Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy but keeps stores open

    , abc3340.com

    NEW YORK (AP) — Toys 'R' Us, the big box toy retailer struggling with $5 billion in debt and intense online competition, has filed for bankruptcy protection ahead of the key holiday shopping season — and says its stores will remain open for business as usual. The company based in Wayne, New Jersey, said late Monday that it was voluntarily seeking relief through the U
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  • City's sales tax will increase to pay for new community center
    City's sales tax will increase to pay for new community center

    , abc3340.com

    Center Point, Ala. — Shopping in Center Point will cost you a couple cents more come January. Mayor Tom Henderson says the city council has voted to increase the city's sales tax by 2 cents, to 10 cents, all to help pay for the purchase of a former church property. Mayor Henderson says the former Hilldale Baptist Church sits on 12 acres of land
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  • Watch live: Trump gives remarks on tax reform
    Watch live: Trump gives remarks on tax reform

    , abc3340.com

    WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — President Donald Trump speaks on his tax reform efforts from Indianapolis, Indiana. This event is expected to begin at 3:20 p.m. ET. President Donald Trump says he's always wanted to reduce the corporate tax rate to 20 percent — even though he said repeatedly he wanted to see it lowered to 15 percent. Trump told reporters as he departed Washington for Indiana on Wednesday afternoon that a 20 percent rate was his "red line" and that it had always been his goal
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