Posts Tagged ‘NEWS’

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE: Top 5 social media campaigns of 2014 recognized at mashies

Successful social media campaigns tap into emotions, persuade action and inspire behavior – whether that’s happiness, hope, fear or yearning. Mashable, a leading digital news and social media company, recently held its annual Mashies Awards in New York, which revealed the year’s most outstanding examples of digital media from categories including Best Real-Time Marketing, Best […] [...]

BOOK BIZ — Last Days of California is a compelling debut novel from a Mississippi native

It’s no secret that Mississippi has produced a number of literary luminaries, whether we’re talking about William Faulkner or Eudora Welty or Larry Brown. Our rich literary history isn’t just history, though — new voices abound, which is both encouraging and exciting. For avid readers, discovering these new writers and being able to follow their […] [...]

MARTIN WILLOUGHBY: Garrick Combs carves out career in economic development

As regular readers of this column know, one of the things I like to do is spotlight up and coming leaders from around the state. These are the men and women who are on the fast track to success and are actively building Mississippi’s future. This week I had the opportunity to interview one of […] [...]

Nick Taylor, Blair E. Batson are the big winners from the Sanderson Farms Championsip

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, Golf, Mississippi, NEWS, Sanderson Farms Championship, sports

After winning his first PGA Tour tournament Sunday at the Sanderson Farms Championship at the Country Club of Jackson, Nick Taylor called his wife, who was working a 12-hour shift at a hospital in his hometown of Abbotsford, British Colombia. She cried. Tears of joy. “It might be her last double shift for a while,” […] [...]

THE PENALTY PHASE — Project owners depend heavily on timely completion  

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, construction, Mississippi, NEWS

Nearly every large construction project is planned and financed based on a specified completion date. While many things can disrupt that plan ranging from bad weather to supply or labor shortages, failing to meet the deadline can result in significant penalties. “Owners of projects, especially in the private sector, depend upon timely completion so use […] [...]

FREE FROM APRON STRINGS — Brush with disaster leads Monroe Jackson to build a better apron

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, entrepreneur, innovation, Mississippi, NEWS, small business

Monroe Jackson wants a business with no strings attached. The Jackson doughnut entrepreneur and survivor of a near-fatal workplace accident has added “innovator” to his life accomplishments. Next up is a marketing role for the inventor and winner of a design patent for a string-free apron he says will make working around machinery far less […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER: There are lots of excuses for no success, but very few reasons

by Published: November 13,2014

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

People who do not succeed have one distinguishing trait in common. They know all the reasons for failure, and have what they believe to be air-tight alibis to explain away their own lack of achievement. Some of these alibis are clever, and a few of them are justifiable by the facts. But alibis cannot be […] [...]

CINDY GRIFFIN — Community support is the heart of Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area

by Published: November 13,2014

Tags: Business, Habitat for Humanity, Mississippi, NEWS, NON PROFIT

O n a crisp Saturday morning in October, Father Mike O’ Brien of St. Richard Catholic Church stood with a group of Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area volunteers to bless Catholic Build 2014 – the future home of Carolyn Madlock and her son. “On this morning, I would like to share with you scripture, […] [...]

Four Seasons Produce finds growing customers across the Gulf Coast

By Tammy Leytham MOSS POINT — Customers who shop at Four Seasons Produce are greeted by colorful rows of tomatoes, oranges, grapes, corn, squash, pears and avocados. The refrigerated aisle holds sliced sweet potatoes, fresh greens and cut rutabagas. There’s a row of nuts — all types — almonds, walnuts, Brazil, peanuts and shelled pecans […] [...]

DAVID DALLAS: Hillary? Don’t even think about it, Democrats

And they’re off! How far off is yet to be determined. The next two years of Obama Impeachment Hearings will likely take a back seat to the Republican Race for the White House in 2016. The Republican field is wide open and has the potential to offer up some really good candidates, John Kasich of […] [...]

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