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Business openings/closings in NE Mississippi today, 03.05.15

This isn’t a thorough list, as there are hundreds of businesses to keep track of, but we figured we’d update you with the bigger ones you might be interested in. Again, if you don’t have to go out, don’t. But if you need to, here’s a list. We’ll update you as we hear from businesses. […]

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Posted in Automotive news, Banking & Finance, Business news, Manufacturing, Northeast Mississippi, Retail News, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi0 Comments


Former Stanford Financial adviser must return money

A federal jury in Dallas on Friday concluded a former financial adviser to former Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford must return nearly $800,000 in fees and expenses paid to him before Stanford’s multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme collapsed in early 2009. The jury also concluded Friday that Peter Romero may keep the $300,000 in funds he invested […]

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Posted in Baldwyn, Banking & Finance, Business news, International, National, Northeast Mississippi, Stanford Financial, Tupelo1 Comment

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Regional Rehab up for Trustmark nonprofit money

Regional Rehab in Tupelo could get $25,000 from Trustmark as it celebrates its 125th anniversary. But it needs your votes, which will be tallied Thursday.  Here’s the skinny on the program, via Trustmark, in a letter to Regional Rehab: At Trustmark, supporting the community has been our corporate philosophy for 125 years.  We know that by […]

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Posted in Banking & Finance, Education, Nonprofits/Charity, Northeast Mississippi, Tupelo0 Comments


Regions Bank tops for small business banking customer satisfaction

Regions Bank was named by J.D. Power today as the highest-ranked bank in the South for customer satisfaction in small business banking.  From Regions: Regions earned the ranking as part of J.D. Power’s 2014 U.S. Small Business Banking Satisfaction Study. The annual study measures how satisfied small businesses are with a variety of services they receive […]

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Posted in Banking & Finance, Business news, National1 Comment

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Corinth operations unaffected by Kimberly-Clark cuts

Kimberly-Clark said today it plans to cut between up to 1,300 workers, primarily salaried staff in a restructuring effort. According to the Dallas Morning News, the restructuring program to improve efficiency and offset some overhead costs related to the spin-off of its health care business should save the company between $130 million to $160 million by […]

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Posted in BancorpSouth, Business news, Corinth, Employment and jobs, National, Northeast Mississippi0 Comments

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Volunteers needed for Pigskins in the Park

The Downtown Main Street Association is needing volunteers for this Saturday’s Pigskins in the Park. To volunteer, click on this link to sign up for a time.  Both Mississippi State and Ole Miss are on the road this weekend, and C Spire and Renasant are sponsoring the event, which will show the games on a […]

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Posted in Business news, C Spire, Downtown Tupelo, Fairpark District, Northeast Mississippi, Renasant Bank, Tupelo1 Comment

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ICYMI: Pigskins in the Park returns Oct. 25

Just in case you missed the new, Pigskins in the Park returns to Tupelo Oct. 25.  What’s Pigskins in the Park? Here ya go: After a one-year hiatus, football is back in Fairpark. Thanks to C Spire and Renasant Bank, Pigskins in the Park returns Oct. 25 to the grassy area in front of City […]

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Posted in C Spire, Downtown Tupelo, Fairpark District, Northeast Mississippi, Renasant Bank, Tupelo0 Comments

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