Posts Tagged ‘Business’

JEFFREY GITOMER: There are lots of excuses for no success, but very few reasons

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: advertising, Business, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi, NEWS, PR

People who do not succeed have one distinguishing trait in common. They know all the reasons for failure, and have what they believe to be air-tight alibis to explain away their own lack of achievement. Some of these alibis are clever, and a few of them are justifiable by the facts. But alibis cannot be […] [...]

CINDY GRIFFIN — Community support is the heart of Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, Habitat for Humanity, Mississippi, NEWS, NON PROFIT

O n a crisp Saturday morning in October, Father Mike O’ Brien of St. Richard Catholic Church stood with a group of Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area volunteers to bless Catholic Build 2014 – the future home of Carolyn Madlock and her son. “On this morning, I would like to share with you scripture, […] [...]

Four Seasons Produce finds growing customers across the Gulf Coast

By Tammy Leytham MOSS POINT — Customers who shop at Four Seasons Produce are greeted by colorful rows of tomatoes, oranges, grapes, corn, squash, pears and avocados. The refrigerated aisle holds sliced sweet potatoes, fresh greens and cut rutabagas. There’s a row of nuts — all types — almonds, walnuts, Brazil, peanuts and shelled pecans […] [...]

C Spire flips the switch — 1 gig Internet speeds available in Quitman, Starkville, Ridgeland

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: 1 gig, Business, C Spire, Mississippi, Quitman, technology

Quitman is tiny in population but huge in terms of the technological advance it took on Tuesday as the first Mississippi community to activate C Spire’s ultra-high speed 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) broadband Internet network. The Clarke County town of 2,300 people was joined on Wednesday by Starkville and Ridgeland in turning on the […] [...]

DAVID DALLAS: Hillary? Don’t even think about it, Democrats

And they’re off! How far off is yet to be determined. The next two years of Obama Impeachment Hearings will likely take a back seat to the Republican Race for the White House in 2016. The Republican field is wide open and has the potential to offer up some really good candidates, John Kasich of […] [...]

Highway 6’s bad bridges getting ‘short-term’ fix

by Published: November 10,2014

Tags: Business, economic development, Mississippi, NEWS, transportation

Staff and Wire Reports Mississippi Department of Transportation crews have made temporary repairs to several Mississippi Highway 6 bridges between Batesville and Clarksdale. MDOT has raised posted weight limits on the bridges after replacing and constructing additional shoring of numerous timber pilings which support the bridge, the Associated Press reports. Commercial vehicles, such as empty […] [...]

Ergon to restart the ethanol facility in Vicksburg

by Published: November 10,2014

Tags: Business, energy, Ergon, Mississippi, VICKSBURG

Ergon BioFuels LLC, a subsidiary of Flowood-based Ergon, Inc., announced Monday plans to restart the ethanol facility in Vicksburg in May. With nearly 60 million gallons of annual production capacity, Ergon BioFuels is one of the largest ethanol producers in the Southeast. The facility will purchase feedstock from local suppliers, providing substantial new market opportunities for […] [...]

Bryant chooses new Mississippi banking commissioner, Charlotte Corley

by Published: November 10,2014

Tags: banking, Business, Madison, Mississippi

JACKSON — Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has chosen a new state banking commissioner to succeed one who left more than a month ago. Charlotte Corley of Madison has already begun working as commissioner, and will need to be confirmed by the state Senate during the 2015 legislative session. In announcing the nomination Monday, Bryant says […] [...]

Mississippi budget writers to set FY16 revenue estimate

by Published: November 10,2014

Tags: budget, Business, government, Legislature, Mississippi, money

Top Mississippi lawmakers are preparing to estimate how much money the state can spend during the coming budget year. The Joint Legislative Budget Committee meets Monday afternoon in Jackson. Members will hear experts’ assessment of the state economy. Then, they will set a revenue estimate that will be used as a basis for budget writing. […] [...]

Jack Weatherly joins MBJ editorial team — Pulitzer nominee to cover economic development, among other things

Who says you can’t come home again? Jack Weatherly is doing just that this week as the veteran journalist has become the newest reporter for the Mississippi Business Journal. Weatherly — who has been cited for excellence in writing everywhere he has ever been including a nomination for a Pulitzer Prize — has worked for newspapers across the […] [...]

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