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‘Special retail announcement’ planned Thursday in Tupelo

Some intriguing information here, as the Community Development Foundation sent out a press release that said it would have a “special retail announcement” at 10 a.m. Thursday at the corner of West Jackson Street Extended and Coley Road. If you’re wondering where that’s at, it’s at the junction of the Tupelo Furniture Market, the Tupelo […]

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Posted in Business news, New business, Retail News, Tupelo2 Comments

Barnes Crossing Business District aims to attract more shoppers

With more than 3 million square feet of commercial real estate encompassing nine major shopping centers, dozens of restaurants and more than 200 retailers and restaurants, the Barnes Crossing area on North Gloster Street in Tupelo still has room to grow. At least, that’s what businesses in the busy shopping corridor say, as they begin […]

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Posted in Business news, Mall At Barnes Crossing, Northeast Mississippi, Retail News, tourism, Tupelo1 Comment

BancorpSouth mergers delayed until next year

BancorpSouth will have to wait until next year to complete its mergers with two banks. The company said Monday it needed additional time to complete its mergers with Ouachita Bancshares Corp. of West Monroe, Louisiana, and Central Community Corp. of Temple, Texas. BancorpSouth had announced the deals in January and had expected their completion by […]

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Posted in BancorpSouth, Banking & Finance, Business news, Mergers & acquisitions, Northeast Mississippi, Tupelo0 Comments

Hancock Fabrics extends CEO Morgan’s employment

Hancock Fabrics has extended by four years the employment contract of company President and CEO Steve Morgan. The company’s board of directors also voted to keep Morgan as a member of the board. Morgan was appointed president and chief executive officer in October 2011 after having served in that role on an interim basis since January 2011. He replaced Jane […]

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Posted in Baldwyn, Business news, Hancock Fabrics, National, Northeast Mississippi, Salary & benefits/compensation, Tupelo0 Comments

Meetings this week focus on bringing jobs back to Mississippi

The Mississippi Make It In America (MMIIA) team is hosting a FREE Reshoring Opportunities Workshop on Wednesday and Thursday at the Itawamba Community College Belden Center in Tupelo. The Reshoring Opportunities Workshop will focus on creating jobs in Mississippi through reshoring, which is the process of bringing jobs back to Mississippi that have been previously offshored to other […]

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Posted in Business news, Economic development, Employment and jobs, International, Manufacturing, National, Northeast Mississippi, Tupelo0 Comments

Appeals court rules Stanford Financial victims can’t get compensation

Stanford Financial Group victims who lost more than  $7 billion in a fraudulent investment scheme cannot get compensation from a financial services corporation created to compensate victims of financial fraud. An appeals court judge in Washington, D.C. on Friday agreed with a district court’s earlier decision that victims of the Ponzi scheme could not get compensation […]

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Posted in Banking & Finance, Business news, International, National, Northeast Mississippi, Stanford Financial, Tupelo0 Comments

Natchez Trace Parkway had $138.9M economic impact last year

A new National Park Service report shows that 6 million visitors to the Natchez Trace Parkway in 2013 spent $138.9 million in communities near the Park.  This spending supported over 1,698 jobs in the local area. “The Natchez Trace Parkway extends 444-miles through 41 county and municipal jurisdictions in the states of Tennessee, Alabama and […]

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Posted in Business news, Natchez Trace Parkway, National, Northeast Mississippi, tourism, Tupelo0 Comments

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