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JOSH MABUS: Bill Murray and business misfits

by Published: March 26,2015

Tags: Bill Murray, Murray Melfi Casting

Bill Murray is a comic genius. Bill Murray might also be a jerk. Theodore Melfi just directed Murray in the critically acclaimed film St. Vincent. Through interviews Melfi gave to USA Today and Vanity Fair, one can piece together the frustration of casting Murray — the perfect actor for the title role of the film. […] [...]

DAVID WILLIAMS: Smart traffic signals pave way for better driving in connected world

In today’s technological age we describe almost everything as a smart device, i.e., smart phones, smart TVs, smart cars, smart watches, and so on. But what do we mean when we say “smart traffic signals”? Does it mean the same thing? Well, yes, it does, in many ways. Basically, when we say something is smart, […] [...]

South Mississippi police: Texting drivers beware

BILOXI — South Mississippi law enforcement officials say they will be ready to enforce the new law that bans motorists from texting while driving. “All you’ve got to do is stand on a corner watching traffic or watching others while you drive, and you can see so many people with their hands on their phone, […] [...]

ALAN TURNER: Egburt and the ‘Internet of Things’

In a recent meeting with Ravi Raju, Chief Marketing Officer at Camgian Microsystems out of Starkville, we were introduced to Egburt and the Internet of Things. Just what IS the Internet of Things? we asked. “Well, it’s really the next generation of the Internet,” he explained. He suggested that in certain ways, “the Internet has […] [...]

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE — Local news still drives audience in a digital age

Whether in a tech-savvy metropolis or a city where the town square is still the communication hub, local news matters deeply to the lives of residents. Across three disparate metro areas in the U.S., nearly nine-in-ten residents follow local news closely – and about half do so very closely, according to a new, in-depth Pew […] [...]

(UPDATE) Judge rules on Google request on attorney general inquiry

by Published: March 2,2015

Tags: Business, Google, Jim Hood, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

JACKSON — Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood’s attempt to investigate Google is on hold for at least four more months. U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate on Monday granted Google’s request for a preliminary injunction. The order prevents Hood from going through with a subpoena meant to examine whether Google is facilitating others’ illegal activities […] [...]

Attorneys general, others, support Google investigation

by Published: February 9,2015

Tags: Business, Google, Jim Hood, law, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

JACKSON — With representatives of the electronics industry saying Mississippi’s attempt to investigate Google should be blocked by federal law, some state attorneys general and other groups are taking the opposite position. They say Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has the power to examine Google’s behavior, and should be allowed to collect evidence from the […] [...]

MIST sessions could open door to federal contracts

Small business owners who want to tap into government contracting may be put off by the rules and red tape that confront them. Even those who have experience in the competitive contracting arena can be confounded by the layers of regulations. Fortunately for business owners who want to get work from the government now have […] [...]

(VIDEO) DON GLIDEWELL — The threat of cyber crime to businesses is real

  If you think that cyber crime isn’t a threat to your business, think again.  The topic came into the mainstream during the holidays with the cyber attack on Sony Pictures.  If you are a business owner or someone who is responsible for data security at your company, it would be wise to take note […] [...]

NASA test SLS rocket engine

by Published: January 12,2015

Tags: Business, Mars, Mississippi, NASA, NEWS, RS-25, technology

BAY ST. LOUIS — NASA has successfully tested the rocket engine that may one day power men to Mars. The test was conducted Friday at the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. Steve Wofford, with the SLS Liquid Engines Office at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, says the RS-25 was fired for […] [...]

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