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PeopleShores increasing workforce to 200 employees over next two years

Social enterprise technology company PeopleShores is adding 175 new jobs at its facility in Clarksdale. The company, which located to Clarksdale in January, initially...

MCPP: Expanding telemedicine in Mississippi

T1 Telehealth is a Mississippi company that provides innovative telemedicine services, but has been limited in the healthcare it can deliver because of government...

SALTER: As state’s second largest single employer, shipyard’s future still vital to state’s economy

By: Sid Salter Only Walmart/Sam’s employs more people in Mississippi than does Ingalls Shipyards at about 12,500 employees. But Ingalls and other shipbuilders pay significantly...

The Mississippi Insurance Department asks: ‘What’s in Your Go Bag?’

Most people don't prepare for disasters until it's too late. The Mississippi Insurance Department is urging individuals and families to pack a bag with...

Mississippi recognized by Amazon as having fastest growing small businesses

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced the 10 states with the fastest-growing small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) selling in Amazon’s stores. The report examined year-over-year sales...

Department of Justice opens investigation into failed carbon-capture plant

By: Megan Geuss, ARS Technica An article earlier this week reported that the Department of Justice (DOJ) notified Southern Company that it is opening an...

Alabama Democrat state representative doubles down on abortion remarks – ‘Dead is dead’

By: Kyle Morris, Yellow Hammer contribution After State Rep. John Rogers’ (D-Birmingham) abortion comments widely circulated across social media platforms Wednesday, politicians and several prominent...

SALTER: Self-checkout line at grocery and big box stores put traditional cashiers’ jobs in...

By: Sid Salter There were some justifiable fears in the late 1950s and early 1960s - threats like polio, global thermonuclear war, or the President...

SALTER: Paying for public health care remains federal, state governments’ most vexing challenge

By: Sid Salter I often wrote over the course of 35 years about public health care finance with a level of personal engagement that reminds...

SALTER: Education, healthcare, roads and taxes, as usual, will dominate 2019 elections

By: Sid Salter My active observations of Mississippi statewide elections stretch back to the 1970s and what remains fascinating to me is how little the...

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