In this week’s MBJ — MERGER MANIA: Wally Northway delves into an issue that is sweeping the nation and is playing an integral role in the way the landscape of law looks in Mississippi.
Also in this week’s paper:
>> HEALTHCARE CONFLICT OF INTEREST?: What does a partnership between a state-supported academic medical center and a for-profit hospital company look like. — by AMY McCULLOUGH
>> HAIL MARY: Diamondhead residents make last-ditch effort for big business opportunity — by CLAY CHANDLER
>> KEMPER PROJECT TO BE SHUT DOWN: Expensive U.S. carbon capture projects shut
down. — AMY McCULLOUGH
>> HOTEL HELL: More than lack of HQ hotel behind Jackson Convention Complex deficit — by TED CARTER
>> TECH 21: MBJ unveils 21 of the most influential people in the tech industry in Mississippi — by STEPHEN McDILL
>> POSITIVE NEWS: Dr. Feel Good tries to make an impact on life in Mississippi — by STEPHEN McDILL
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