Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

MDA to lead delegation on mission to Europe

JACKSON — The Mississippi Development Authority will lead a delegation of Mississippi companies on a business development mission to Western Europe from March 31 to April 4, 2014. Officials say the trip will include stops in the United Kingdom and France. Participating companies will also have the opportunity to make a third stop if they […] [...]

Gulf Coast group honors state’s surviving World War II veterans

Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to reflect new fundraising figures different from those referenced in the May 24, 2013 print edition. It will be wheels up for the last time this October when the Mississippi Gulf Coast Honor Flight (MGCHF) holds its final flight to honor the state’s surviving World War II veterans. […] [...]

There’s no deal better than a temp deal

by Published: November 23,2012

Tags: economic recession, Europe, Greece

As Europe forces austerity on debt-ridden Greece, our leaders hesitate to force austerity — and fiscal responsibility — on debt-threatened America. Talks in Washington last week focused on how to avoid the fiscal cliff and it’s forced austerity, not how to use it as leverage to pass a painful, long-term solution to our staggering debt […] [...]

What’s to happen with Greece?

Greece were to default in the coming months, what kind of financial effect would that have here in America? Nobody can predict the endgame yet. And, in fact, Greece may even stay in the European Union (EU), although this is looking less and less likely. The big concern increasingly isn’t so much as what happens […] [...]

‘Personhood’ prop splits Mississippi religious leaders

Mississippi religious leaders are split on a “personhood” initiative on next Tuesday’s ballot. Initiative 26 would amend the state constitution to declare life begins at fertilization. The state’s largest religious group, the Mississippi Baptist Convention, supports the proposal, as does the Tupelo-based American Family Association. >> RELATED STORY: Barbour votes for Personhood amendment after all […] [...]

Here we go again: Another big down day for Dow

NEW YORK — Just when Wall Street seemed to have settled down, a barrage of bad economic reports collided with fresh worries about European banks Thursday and triggered a global sell-off in stocks. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 419 points — a return to the wild swings that gripped the stock market last week. […] [...]

State’s wood pellets getting warm reception in Europe

Mississippi’s two wood pellets manufacturers are finding a warm reception for their products in Europe. Used as alternative energy in residential, institutional and industrial applications, this biofuel has the EPA’s approval, creates less carbon than other types of fuel and is more efficient than burning cord wood. The state’s two wood pellets plants are located […] [...]

Recent Posts

Polls

How ready is your business for health care reform?

View Results

The MBJ poll should not be considered a scientific one. Results reflect only the opinion of those who participate.

Loading ... Loading ...

Recent Comments