Posts Tagged ‘Business’

DAVID DALLAS — Mission: Hemp possible

You don’t have to inhale.  You don’t even have to put it in your mouth.  We don’t need it for recreational use, we need it for work, jobs, and a more productive Mississippi. Our great agricultural state needs to take the lead in Industrial Hemp production.  And we need to do it quickly. The New […] [...]

Gov. Bryant appoints two members to state board of education

by Published: August 12,2014

Tags: Business, education, Mississippi

JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant appointed two members to the State Board of Education Tuesday.  Danny Spreitler and Johnny Franklin will serve unexpired terms of outgoing members. “I am thrilled both Danny and Johnny have accepted these appointments,” Gov. Bryant said. “They are bringing many years of diverse educational experience with them to the board, and […] [...]

MARK BLACKWELL: It’s a matter of trusts

by Published: August 11,2014

Tags: banking and finance, Business, Mississippi, trusts

When asked to whom he intended to leave his assets at his death, one of our clients responded, “I plan on spending my last few thousand dollars on my casket.”  Another client quipped, “If I have a nickel left over, then I miscalculated!” Despite the occasional one-liner about spending their children’s inheritance, however, most people […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER: Easiest way to make a sale? Start at the top!

by Published: August 11,2014

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

If you’ve never been to the Guggenheim Museum in New York City you’re missing an exceptional experience and an incredible lesson in sales. When you enter this Frank Lloyd Wright designed building, you’ll be immediately amazed by the rotunda exposing the entire museum. Art is everywhere and a giant ramp wraps around six floors of […] [...]

THE SPIN CYCLE: How to write headlines that could go viral

by Published: August 11,2014

Tags: advertising, Business, Coke, Deane Smith & Partners, Mississippi, PR

I want to let you in on a secret. The headline of this column alone, with proper placement and social sharing of course, could take this viral. In order to get a well-placed piece in the digital domain, you have to make it SHINE. KISSmetrics, a digital market research firm, analyzed what makes a good […] [...]

BOOK BIZ: The Beautiful American weaves in and out of real and unreal

Readers may be surprised to find they enjoy this book. I usually cringe at the historical fiction genre and probably wouldn’t have read this book if I’d realized it falls into that category. But does it? One of the main characters, Lee Miller, was a real person and the other, Nora Tours, is not. Certainly […] [...]

MARTIN WILLOUGHBY: Everyone’s leadership style unique, says Jackson’s Patrick McCraney

by Published: August 11,2014

Tags: Business, law, leadership, Memphis, Mississippi

In February of 2005, I was practicing in a two-person law firm when my law partner and good friend Jesse Harrington passed away. It was a time of great difficulty, and I considered what path to next take in life. I distinctly remember someone sharing with me to not make any drastic changes for at […] [...]

Celebrities can lift spirits, create buzz

by Published: August 11,2014

Tags: Business, children, healthcare, Mississippi

It’s not uncommon to see photos or footage of celebrities, athletes or representatives of organizations visiting children in the hospital. The special guests go to meet with the young patients, deliver toys and other gifts or make donations to the hospital. Whether the visits are high profile or low key, they all must follow hospital […] [...]

Terri Gillespie ready for challenge as top nursing officer at UMMC adult hospitals

Terri Gillespie, the new chief nursing executive officer and chief nursing officer at the University of Mississippi Medical Center adult hospitals, comes to the task of supervising 2,500 nurses with personal knowledge of what it means to stand in their shoes on the front lines of nursing. “Terri has a unique combination of skills earned […] [...]

ALAN TURNER: The dean of Jackson television has seen lots of changes

by Published: August 11,2014

Tags: Business, media, Mississippi, TV, WAPT-TV

Stuart Kellogg, General Manager of WAPT in Jackson, can point to a somewhat extraordinary accomplishment in the world of broadcasting and media: He’s been on the job in Jackson for 23 years. During that time, he’s seen many changes in Jackson, as WAPT has emerged as the market’s No. 1 station in a variety of […] [...]

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