Posts Tagged ‘NEWS’

With C Spire, Jackson joins other cities set to ride wave of lightning speed into tomorrow

by Published: October 16,2014

Tags: Business, C Spire, Mississippi, NEWS, technology

Thanks to C Spire’s extensive fiber-optic network, Mississippi may be about to wave goodbye to a long-held reputation for letting things happen in their own sweet time. You likely won’t hear about people doing something in a “Mississippi Minute,” but you will hear about Mississippi being home to some of the fastest broadband speeds on […] [...]

Grant rejection grounds prospects for Jackson-Orlando service

by Published: October 16,2014

Tags: airport, Business, Mississippi, NEWS, transportation

Federal transportation officials have dashed for the time being hopes for a restart of direct air service from Jackson Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport to Orlando, Florida. The U.S. Department of Transportation left Jackson off a recent list of winners of Small Community Air Service Development Program grants, according to Jackson Municipal Airport Authority spokesman […] [...]

Jackson’s airport raising fees, cutting budget to offset loss of Southwest revenue

by Published: October 16,2014

Tags: airport, Business, Mississippi, NEWS, transportation

Both airlines and travelers began paying more Oct. 1 to use Jackson Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport. Travelers and visitors must pay 50 cents a day more to park in all but the long-term lot. The garage rate has risen to a maximum of $15.50 a day and the surface rate to $13.50. Meanwhile, air […] [...]

Early detection helps Suzanne Russell celebrate 12 years of being cancer free

by Published: October 16,2014

Tags: breast cancer, Business, healthcare, Mississippi, NEWS

Licensed professional counselor Suzanne B. Russell of Jackson is celebrating 12 year as a breast cancer survivor. She’s happy to say there have been no further problems since her bilateral mastectomy on Aug. 15, 2002. A retired teacher who now owns mindCARES counseling services, Russell was age 50, had no family history of breast cancer […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER — To ensure promptness. An old and new tradition

Ever leave a tip? Sure you have. And most of the time, the amount of the tip is based on the perceived service or quality. Sometimes it’s a combination of qualities: food plus server’s performance. But these days, tipping has changed. Everyone seems to have his or her hand out, asking – no, begging – […] [...]

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE — Understanding and working with five types of PR peeps

In the interest of facilitating a better representation of what PR peeps should – and should not – be, PR Newser and mediabistro.com recently identified personality types of public relations practitioners. Here are the Top 5 types – and best practices – in working with us spin docs to build your brand. 1. The Misplaced. […] [...]

Legal filing seeks to halt Pearl’s effort to ease out mobile homes

by Published: October 2,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, NEWS, Pearl, rental property

Pearl’s efforts to keep mobile home parks from re-renting spaces after a space is vacated have met with a suit from the owners of Grove Acres Mobile Home Park. Pearl insists its desire to whittle the number of mobile homes in the city is based on the risks to mobile home parks from natural disasters […] [...]

Pearl ordering rental properties to retrofit with sprinklers, build storm shelters

by Published: September 30,2014

Tags: Business, economics, Mississippi, NEWS, Politics

Owners of Pearl’s multi-family rental complexes and mobile home parks have joined to fight a city mandate requiring rental property owners to install interior sprinklers in each rental unit and build storm shelters to accommodate each resident. Representatives of the owners say they face millions of dollars in retrofitting costs and displacement of tenants to […] [...]

Wal-Mart Markets invading small neighborhoods in Northeast Mississippi

by Published: September 25,2014

Tags: Business, Itawamba County, Lee County, Mantachie, Mississippi, NEWS, Tupelo

TUPELO – Some Tupelo businesses and residents aren’t too thrilled about the possibility of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. building three of its smaller-format Walmart Neighborhood Markets in the city, but they may not be able to halt what appears to be inevitable. The retailer is quickly making good on its pledge to open 300 Neighborhood Markets […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER: Why your sales process or sales system doesn’t work

by Published: September 24,2014

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

Are you being forced to sell someone else’s way? Are you uncomfortable using a “system” of selling? I read a report yesterday stating that 70% of all sales systems and sales initiatives fail. I have no idea who created that number (personally, I use 74% for all my statistical reports), but the point is clear. […] [...]

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