Cindy Fisher Crawford: Magic City Marketplace

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From more downtown development to modest employment gains, Birmingham’s economy finished 2014 ahead of where it started the year. With 2015 now underway we look at what’s to come for the area in the year’s first Magic City Marketplace. Birmingham Business Journal editor Cindy Fisher Crawford tells WBHM’s Andrew Yeager about a couple of key people worth watching — Birmingham Mayor William Bell and UAB President Ray Watts.

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