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Vertex Aerospace Madison location named as corporate headquarters

Vertex Aerospace was recently acquired by American Industrial Partners, which has named Vertex’s Madison, Mississippi, location as its new headquarters. The announcement marks a $1.42 million corporate investment and creates approximately 70 new jobs over the next two years. “Vertex Aerospace has long been known around the state, the U.S. and the world as an industry leader in the aerospace ...

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Two appointed at TEC

TEC appointed Erica Grant Hines as Marketing Assistant in Jackson. Hines will be responsible for assisting the marketing team in the implementation of all marketing activities. Hines, a Belhaven University graduate, joins TEC with over 10 years of experience in the Marketing field. Hines lives in Ridgeland with her children, Kobe and Kaleb. TEC also appointed John Fletcher as Technician ...

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Social media anxiety: Separating personal views from business not always easy

By DENNIS SEID / Daily Journal TUPELO – Anyone who knows Tim Tubb knows he has strongly held opinions and isn’t afraid to let others hear them. Recently, he posted a comment on his personal Facebook page that went viral, garnering more than 2,500 reactions and nearly 145,000 shares. Marketing and social media experts say steering clear of hot-button issues ...

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C Spire Cloud Metro Edge service wins top cloud computing industry award

The managed services unit for C Spire, a diversified telecommunications and technology services company, has won a national cloud computing industry award for expansion of its Cloud Metro Edge services across most of the Midwest and Southeastern regions of the U.S. C Spire was one of 21 cloud-based firms across the country honored by Cloud Computing Magazine and TMC for ...

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C Spire buying Birmingham-based provider

MBJ staff C Spire announced on Tuesday the acquisition of Birmingham-based based Links, a highly regarded and rapidly growing resell, cloud, managed and professional services provider. Terms of the transaction between the two private companies were not disclosed, but Ridgeland-based C Spire said it expects to complete the acquisition and merger within 60 to 90 days. Founded in 2001, TekLinks’ primary operations ...

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First eClosings in Mississippi touted as a wave of the future

By BECKY GILLETTE While buying new property can be an exhilarating experience that may come after years of saving and dreaming, the closing process of shuffling and signing dozens of papers with leagues of fine print can be time consuming and annoying. Courtney Robbins, attorney with Luckett Land Title, said her company has championed the idea of making real estate ...

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Artificial intelligence a game changer for the practice of law

By BECKY GILLETTE Artificial intelligence (AI) is being adopted by law firms for many different functions that can help lawyers do a better job at a lower cost, said William Painter, chief innovation officer and shareholder with Baker Donelson’s Jackson office. “These important tools allow us to be more efficient in what we do and give us additional insights into ...

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C Spire Cloud Metro Edge service wins top cloud computing industry award

The managed services unit for C Spire, a diversified telecommunications and technology services company, has won a national cloud computing industry award for expansion of its Cloud Metro Edge services across most of the Midwest and Southeastern regions of the U.S. C Spire was one of 21 cloud-based firms across the country honored by Cloud Computing Magazine and TMC for ...

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Analysis: Wicker pushes fight for cell service subsidies

If a U.S. senator and a public service commissioner get their way, many Mississippians will spend the next six months trying to prove how bad their local cellphone service is. It’s all part of an effort to make Mississippi eligible for as big of a slice of $4.5 billion as possible. What the Federal Communications Commission calls the Mobility Fund II will ...

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