Brett Montague has recently been promoted to Training Manager at Sanderson Farms, Inc. Montague, a former member of the company’s Corporate Trainee Program, will now be responsible for designing training curriculum, as well as implementing and facilitating training programs intended to increase management and employee effectiveness. He will also be responsible for recruiting and developing Beginning Trainees to become successful ...Read More »
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Commercial Finance 701 is a continuing series on commercial loans written exclusively for the Mississippi Business Journal. This series is geared to lenders, developers, investors and transactional attorneys. Our moms, from opposite ends of Mississippi and two decades apart, admonished us not to play with matches. It was, and remains, good advice. As one matures, he or she realizes ...Read More »
In this season of New Year’s resolutions, we all look to the year ahead and think about what we can do better. As we enter 2015, my mind is on a few important dates – including the five-year anniversary of the BP oil spill on April 20th – and how Mississippi leaders, communities, and businesses must continue to work ...Read More »
SELMA, Alabama – An Alabama competitor of Mississippi Silicon Metals LLC has filed a petition to challenge the Mississippi Environmental Quality Permit granted for the company’s $200 million “greenfield” plant in Tishomingo County’s Burnsville. Globe Metallurgical, Inc. (GMI), which employs about 100 people at its silicon metal plant in Selma, filed the petition. GMI is one of North America’s largest ...Read More »
Laurel will soon be home to one of only two projects in the nation that will convert “waste heat” to electricity. Robin Dahlheim is vice president of sales for Gulf Coast Green Energy and writer of the grant requesting funds from the Department of Energy’s Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America to pursue the project. “I’ve been pushing, shoving ...Read More »
PURVIS — Inc. magazine has named Evergreen Lumber & Truss Inc. to its 2009 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S., recognizing Evergreen’s three-year revenue growth of 157 percent. Evergreen ranked 2,026th on the Inc. 5000 list. Mike Mosley, owner and general manager of Evergreen, said, “Achieving growth – any growth – during the recession, which has hit ...Read More »