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Leaders of 75 national businesses urge state to scrap gay discrimination law

Mississippi’s Freedom of Conscience law and the widespread perception of it as discriminatory toward gays, lesbians and transgender people have brought an open letter from 75 leading CEOs and business leaders across the country urging state elected leaders to repeal the law that goes into effect July 1. The letter includes the signatures of executives from PricewaterhouseCoopers, Capital One, Castlight ...

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GLENN McCULLOUGH — Teamwork: A winning strategy

Economic opportunity can change lives. Promoting Mississippi’s advantages to attract new career opportunities while supporting the expansion of our existing businesses is our primary mission at the Mississippi Development Authority. Three key principles guide us and help ensure Mississippi will continue to cultivate economic opportunities for Mississippi families. First, teamwork is essential to winning new investment projects and helping our ...

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County Line Road, Northpark Mall fighting to hold their own

By JACK WEATHERLY  County Line Road is in a holding pattern in more than one way these days. Known for its infamous traffic, the mile-and-a-half, four-lane street that connects Interstate 55 and Old Canton Road, has lost several major stores in the past few years, and is about to lose more. Meantime, the “anchor” of the retail corridor, the 950,000-square-foot ...

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Williams-Sonoma expanding, adding nearly 1,000 jobs

OLIVE BRANCH — Williams-Sonoma is adding 900 jobs in an expansion of its distribution center in Olive Branch. Gov. Phil Bryant and Williams-Sonoma officials made the announcement Friday at the plant. The company now employs 650 people at its leased 2 million-square-foot distribution center. It employs between 2,000 and 3,000 seasonal workers each year during peak periods. The Mississippi Development ...

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