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TVA names DayBrite Innovator of the Year

TUPELO — The Tennessee Valley Authority has honored regional businesses, local power distributors and other local leaders for exceptional leadership and participation in TVA’s Green Power Switch renewable energy program in 2012. Green Power Switch Leadership Awards were presented in 13 categories in a special ceremony in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Launched in 2000, Green Power Switch gives consumers and businesses a ...

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MSU names drug company year's best start-up

STARKVILLE — Sano Chemical, the company launched to develop an antifungal drug discovered at Mississippi State University, has received the university’s Faculty Start-up Company of the Year. Dr. Stephen Pruett, basic sciences department head at MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, said the award was given by the Office of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer at the I3, or Investing in Innovation, ...

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County offering incentives for new manufacturing plant

COLUMBUS — Lowndes County will apply for $6.6 million in grants and loans to support the location a facility for a building material manufacturer. Golden Triangle Development Link CEO Joe Max Higgins said CalStar Products would create at least 58 jobs and possibly up to 100 within the next three years. CalStar opened a plant in Caledonia, Wis., in 2010. ...

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Automaker's workforce to get pay raise this fall

CANTON — Nissan Motor Co. will raise pay for its employees in Mississippi and Tennessee. The company has told its employees it will increase their wages starting in October at its Canton and Smyrna, Tenn., assembly plants, as well as its Decherd, Tenn., engine plant. Nissan says pay will go up by 55 cents an hour for production employees and ...

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Demolition of factory ongoing; creating greenspace by river

NATCHEZ — The city of Natchez is converting the site of an old pecan factory in the Mississippi River bluff into greenspace. The Natchez Democrat reports workers have been removing the concrete foundation, retaining walls and driveway at the factory site. Mayor Butch Brown said once the concrete is removed and the site cleaned up, the city plans to haul ...

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Alabama makes sure no Airbus suppliers come to Miss.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — In an effort to ensure that Airbus aircraft suppliers move to Alabama and not neighboring states, Alabama leaders have enacted a new law putting a time limit on lawsuits against the airplane manufacturer and its suppliers. The Alabama Senate gave final approval to the legislation yesterday, 27-0, and Gov. Robert Bentley quickly signed it into law. The ...

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Glove manufacturer losses contract, laying off workers

EUPORA — A Eupora manufacturer says the loss of a military contract will lead to layoffs. Officials with Ansell Hawkeye Inc. tell WTVA-TV in Tupelo the layoffs will begin May 9. The company, which employees 100 workers at the Webster County facility, says they expect to permanently layoff as many as 60 production workers. Production includes combat gloves and utility ...

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