On Wednesday, March 19th, the Mississippi Business Group on Health held its first meeting at Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company in Jackson, Mississippi with close to 100 professionals in attendance representing a broad spectrum of business.
Very recently, Jason Faberman, a senior economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, said: “It’s the new guys, not necessarily the small guys, that generate growth. The focus for policymakers shouldn’t be on small business job growth, but on new business formation.”
Kelly Davis Cress is Cleveland, Mississippi through and through. And, through her profession, she is poised to bring many benefits to her hometown.
Ask Lesley Holleman about her work sometime.
“If you want to make it big, you must put your whole heart and soul and all or most of your spare time into the business, especially at the beginning. Either do not get married at this state, find a wife who does not mind seeing you very much, or prepare to get divorced. Make sure you have the energy, stamina, and health to travel frequently and to tolerate nights without much sleep. It is ideal if you can get by on four hours (but needing six hours is not disqualifying).”
Imagine a visitor from a distant galaxy who comes down to planet Earth. He takes the form of a normal earthling. His mission is to find out what the dominant political philosophy is on the planet and he happens to land in the United States.
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that partner J. William Manuel has been named a director of the Capital Area Bar Association (CABA), an organization of lawyers and judges in metropolitan Jackson, Mississippi. He will serve a two-year term beginning July 2014.
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