The economic outlook for Mississippi and the nation as a whole will be the topic of the Millsaps College Else School of Management Fall Forum 2015 scheduled Sept. 15 at 8 a.m. on the Millsaps College campus.
By Holland Dobbs
Special Contributor to BAMSouth.com
You’ve seen (some) of the ugly in our Metro area thus far in the BAMSouth.com countdown of retail outlets and stores you need to avoid recently. But once again—in keeping with our pro-business philosophy—we’re presenting the next up of the “Five Metro Retail Stores You DO Want To Visit.” Without further ado..
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BAMSouth.com will pose six questions at Southern executives from time to time to get their quick and spontaneous answers and opinions to a myriad of questions.
Jackson City Councilman Ashby Foote recently sat down with BAMSouth.com Publisher Jack Criss for a far-reaching and comprehensive interview to be published soon. In the meantime, we asked the first-time politician a few questions including this one:
The manner in which we do business in Mississippi is changing and I’m not certain it is for the better.
Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri—white police officer shoots black man, grand jury doesn’t indict, blacks riot in downtown—have me wondering whether those events could ever occur in Jackson, Mississippi. As I always strive to offer a balanced perspective (which distinguishes me from national news media pundits), I’ll provide both yes and no answers with a full explanation.
(JACKSON, Miss.) – Liquid Creative, a Jackson-based branding and marketing firm, celebrated 15 years in business this past August. The full-service agency has evolved over the years to continually offer new services to its clients in order to create unique, consistent, and recognizable brands.
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