Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi 100’

Making of the Mississippi 100

Back in the early 1990s in an effort to improve the Mississippi 100 ranking of the state’s most successful private companies, a Mississippi Business Journal staffer went to the Eudora Welty Library in Jackson looking for research material. When asked for a good resource of privately held companies in the state, the librarian smiled broadly […] [...]

Finding upside in a down economy

A diverse lineup of companies navigated their way into this year’s Mississippi 100 listing. Some took well-traveled routes to reach the list while others found somewhat less conventional ways to get there. However, they all shared an inhospitable economic climate that added gravity to each decision and step along the way. Some Mississippi companies cut […] [...]

Still on top

While the 2011 version of the Mississippi 100 has many new names, the top five revenue-producers remain unchanged from 2010. The “big five” in order are Ergon Inc. of Jackson, The Yates Companies Inc. of Philadelphia, Staplcotn of Greenwood, Howard Industries Inc. of Laurel and Irby Company of Jackson. The only change from last year […] [...]

There are many reasons for not being on list

by Published: October 16,2011

Tags: bought out, Mississippi 100, name change, not on list

Every year new companies make the MBJ Top 100, and, for various reasons, others fall off. Two companies missing from the list this year are the Treutel Insurance Agency and the company formerly listed at Hudson Salvage Inc. The Treutel Insurance Agency of Bay St. Louis, which recently celebrated its 85th anniversary, was sold this […] [...]

Read the 2011 Mississippi 100 special issue of the MBJ online

The 2011 Mississippi 100, the state’s only ranking of Mississippi private companies, is available now. Find out if the top five revenue producers from the 2010 list are the same. Also see which companies are making their first appearance on the list and which one’s made the biggest jumps. Flip through the digital version below: [...]

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