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Whole Foods to carry Corinth-made soap

Whole Foods Market will soon carry soaps and other products made by a Corinth business. The name “Corinth, MS” graces the back of every Cottage Garden soap box that will be on the shelves of Whole Foods Markets throughout the South. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports Whole Foods picked up Cottage Garden’s entire line of products, which also includes ...

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ALAN TURNER — Full circle for Masa Liles

During the past few years, I’ve met and become acquainted with a number of business professionals who grew up in Mississippi, left to pursue careers, and wound up coming home to the Magnolia State. However, I don’t recall any whose career travels have been more extensive than Masa Liles, the new Property Manager at Highland Village. Having grown up in ...

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Vintage Highland Village gets a ‘lifestyle’ remake

By JACK WEATHERLY  Jimmy Fowler founded Highland Village in 1972 and for two generations it maintained its niche as a premier high-end shopping place in Jackson. “Curated,” is the term that Lou Masiello uses to describe how Fowler and his son-in-law, Guy Boyle, managed the center. The upscale center at the Northside Drive exit on Interstate 55 has kept its ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Whole Foods is a good buy

Editor: Ahead of the pending opening of Whole Foods Market in Jackson, Ted Carter wrote in a column that John Mackey, founder and co-chief executive officer of Whole Foods, has put his “ego ahead of shareholders” due to Mackey’s statements in opposition to the Affordable Care Act.    Mr. Carter’s piece had many statements about Mr. Mackey and Whole Foods which I ...

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New owners plan cautious change for Highland Village

As lease renewal time arrived, second-generation Highland Village retailers Ken and Tracy Szilasi weighed the tremendous potential of Ridgeland’s Renaissance at Colony Park and Madison’s thriving retail centers. The Maison Weiss owners ultimately decided their best play was to stay put and continue catering to a customer base Ken Szilasi’s grandparents Nell and Bernie Weiss began cultivating when they opened ...

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