Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi’

Jonathan Ambrose appointed associated dean of students at Mississippi College

by Published: September 24,2014

Tags: Business, education, Mississippi, NEWS, Newsmakers

Jonathan Ambrose has been appointed associate dean of students at Mississippi College. Ambrose completed a doctorate in urban higher education at Jackson State University. He also holds degrees from St. Peter’s College in New Jersey and the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Ambrose is a native of Amory. [...]

Jordan King joins audit division of Haddox Reid Eubank Betts

by Published: September 24,2014

Tags: accounting, Business, Mississippi, NEWS, Newsmakers

Jordan King recently joined the audit division of the CPA firm of Haddox Reid Eubank Betts, PLLC. He is a graduate of Mississippi College where he received his masters of business administration. [...]

Cornel Clement receives recognition from Associated General Contractors

by Published: September 24,2014

Tags: Business, contractors, Mississippi, Newsmakers

The Associated General Contractors of Mississippi has selected Cornel Clement of Dan Hensarling Inc. in Gulfport as the 2014 AGC Mississippi Outstanding Member of the Year. Clement has been active with the AGC of Mississippi for numerous years, and participates in all chapter activities. He has served on several committees, as chapter secretary treasurer, vice […] [...]

Mississippi State adds Cliff Covington and Steven Tucker

by Published: September 24,2014

Tags: agriculture, Business, Mississippi, Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University’s Center for Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts recently added two new staff members to address the growing challenge of controlling the state’s wild hog population. Mississippi State alumni Cliff Covington and Steven Tucker will coordinate and conduct educational workshops, field days and seminars with a primary focus on wild hog damage mitigation. Covington has […] [...]

DAVID DALLAS: Mississippi’s in’adequate’ public schools

Public School Districts all over Mississippi are still signing up to sue the state for lack of funding according to the formula established under the Mississippi Adequate Education Program. MAEP, as it is called, passed as law in 1997 and has only been “adequately” funded twice. 19 districts have signed on to the lawsuit so […] [...]

Mad Genius, Eyevox owner acquires Mississippi Film Studios

by Published: September 19,2014

Tags: Business, film, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

RIDGELAND — Mad Genius Inc. and Eyevox Entertainment, LLC owner Rick Moore has acquired Mississippi Film Studios in Canton. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The move promises to continue the momentum Mississippi has made toward becoming a national player in the film industry. “This is the most significant announcement for the film industry […] [...]

C Spire, Blast Motion partner to offer motion-technology products

by Published: September 19,2014

Tags: athletics, Business, entertainment, Mississippi, NEWS, Newsmakers, sports, technology

C Spire and Blast Motion are offering a pioneering new motion detection and smart video capture technology for athletes at all levels to track vital sports metrics, harness their power and improve performance through motion sensor and user-friendly fitness apps on smartphones and tablets. C Spire is the first company globally to offer these Blast […] [...]

TEA Party’s Chris McDaniel and his attorneys prep to file appeal arguments

JACKSON — Attorneys for tea party-backed Chris McDaniel were facing a midnight Thursday deadline to file legal arguments with the Mississippi Supreme Court. They’re trying to persuade justices to revive a lawsuit that seeks to overturn McDaniel’s Republican primary loss to six-term U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran. A judge ruled last month that McDaniel waited too […] [...]

Butler Snow attorney Randall McClanahan appointed Chairman of American Bar Association’s Law and Accounting Committee

by Published: September 18,2014

Tags: accounting, Business, law, Mississippi

Butler Snow Attorney Randall D. McClanahan has been  appointed as Chairman of the Law and Accounting Committee of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section. “We are proud that Randy has been appointed as Chairman of the Law and Accounting Committee,” said Donald Clark, Jr., chairman of Butler Snow. “This is a great honor for him and he […] [...]

UPDATED: Jackson agrees to repay HUD $1.5 million for Farish Street blunders

by Published: September 18,2014

Tags: Business, Farish Street Entertainment District, Mississippi, NEWS

The City of Jackson has agreed to repay the federal government $503,603 a year over the next three years to settle violations claimed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding the stalled Farish Street Entertainment District project. Further, HUD has suspended the Jackson Redevelopment Authority and Farish Street Group headed by developer David […] [...]

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