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Read March 14 issue of MBJ

 >> NEW VS. DISTRESSED RETAIL Today’s market is tailor-made for shopping center revivalists across Mississippi— By Ted Carter

Also in this week’s paper:

>> WHERE ARE THE JOBS? State’s economic indicators up but not net job growth— by Ted Carter

>> Q&A LIZA CIRLOT LOOSER President, Mississippi World Trade Center— by Clay Chandler

>> TECHNOLOGY iPad spurs disruption in point-of-sale payment industry— by John Stodder

>> WARRIOR DASH READY FOR 2013 Popular race re-ups for next year— by Clay Chandler

>> ROSS REILY Economic development can be a dirty word

>> PHIL HARDWICK First impressions are a big deal

>> NANCY ANDERSON Edwards a criminal or just your plain scum of the Earth?

>> JOHN WOODS You might be a redneck, if …

>> MBJ FOCUS/LIST: Economic Development

>> HYBRIDS STILL A “TAIL” PIPE DREAM? Natural gas vehicles, like the Toyota Prius, face the chicken-and-egg syndrome— by John Stodder

>> “HOME COOKING” Native son is the new head of the Greenville/ Washington County economic development center— by Lynn Lofton

>> SMALL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Nehi Bottling Company has been a Cleveland fixture for 85 years— by Becky Gillette

>> OUT AND ABOUT Hey Joe’s makes it hot in Cleveland— by Becky Gilette

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