Posts Tagged ‘Haley Fisackerly’

Following ruling, Entergy to hand over records to county

CANTON — Entergy Mississippi will provide comply with a court order to give Madison County customer information on 20,000 local residents. On Feb. 20, the Mississippi Supreme Court upheld a decision by the Madison County judge denying Entergy’s motion to quash a grand jury subpoena seeking information on approximately 20,000 customers in Madison and Canton […] [...]

Weather has MEC’s annual Hobnob Mississippi moving to the Mississippi Coliseum

JACKSON — Because of inclement weather conditions expected on Thursday, the Mississippi Economic Council’s 12th Annual Hobnob Mississippi will be held at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson. “The good news is The Coliseum floor footprint is actually even a little larger than our tent — and there is still plenty of room in the wings […] [...]

$500 MILLION — Entergy Mississippi plans major investment for upgrades and improvements to electric distribution system

by Becky Gillette Published: September 6,2013

Tags: energy, Entergy, Haley Fisackerly, Mara Hartman, Mississippi

Over the next several years Entergy Mississippi has plans to invest more than $500 million in upgrades and improvements to the company’s transmission and distribution systems. Mara Hartmann, spokesperson for Entergy Mississippi, said the upgrades are necessary to continue to meet national reliability standards and will also help provide opportunities for Mississippi businesses and industries […] [...]

Entergy warns utility customers of billing scam

by Associated Press Published: May 11,2012

Tags: Barack Obama, energy, Entergy, Haley Fisackerly, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Journal

JACKSON — Entergy Corp. is warning utility customers not to fall for a scam where people claim President Barack Obama is providing credits or payments toward bills. The company says more than 2,000 customers, mainly in Louisiana but also in Texas, have been affected. No instances have been reported in Mississippi and Arkansas, but Entergy […] [...]

Entergy expecting 1Q loss

NEW ORLEANS — Utility holding company Entergy Corp. said Thursday that it expects to post a first-quarter loss because of a financial impairment one of its nuclear plants and expenses from its proposed spinoff of its electric transmission business. The company also lowered its profit guidance for 2012 because of the non-cash write-off and warm […] [...]

Civic and arts leaders rallying to give aging Thalia Mara a fix up

It’s said Jackson’s Thalia Mara Hall hasn’t got a bad seat in the house. But seats that are in bad shape? Those are about as plentiful as the number of days that make up the Broadway run of the “Phantom of the Opera.” Since its opening in 1968 as the Jackson Municipal Auditorium, the City-owned […] [...]

A touchup for Thalia Mara

It’s said Jackson’s Thalia Mara Hall hasn’t got a bad seat in the house. But seats that are in bad shape? Those are about as plentiful as the number of days that make up the Broadway run of the “Phantom of the Opera.” Since its opening in 1968 as the Jackson Municipal Auditorium, the City-owned […] [...]

MARTIN WILLOUGHBY: Positive style pays off for Entergy’s Fisackerly

Organizations face challenges daily. The key is how they respond. The leader’s role is crucial in setting the tone for the organization. Leadership guru Kevin Eikenberry noted, “Remember that whatever energy you bring to your work will be noticed and amplified. Your personal attitude is a huge part of the energy you inject into your […] [...]

MEC elects officers

by MBJ Staff Published: June 12,2011

Tags: Carl Chaney, Haley Fisackerly, Jerry Host, MEC, Mississippi Economic Council, Tommy Dulaney

Tommy Dulaney, president and CEO of Structural Steel Services Inc., has been elected as the 2011-2012 Mississippi Economic Council chair. Jerry Host, president and CEO of Trustmark, was elected to serve as the 2012-13 MEC chair. Haley Fisackerly, president and CEO of Entergy Mississippi, was chosen as the 2013-14 MEC chair. Carl Chaney, president and […] [...]

Nature Conservancy adds new board members

Ten business and community leaders from throughout Mississippi recently joined the board of trustees for The Nature Conservancy in Mississippi. The new board members are: • Cari M. Field of Pascagoula is the environmental affairs manager of First Chemical Corporation. Prior to that, she served more than 13 years on active and reserve duty as […] [...]

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