“We need a new tool to revitalize homegrown entrepreneurship and prosperity.”
Filmmakers coming to Mississippi will no longer receive a handout from taxpayers and Magnolia State brewers moved closer to being able to sell their beer on site.
Is there a mismatch between America’s educational system and the 21st century workplace? If so, what can we do about it?
MS gets 13 good minutes on 60 minutes.
Jackson attorney Bob Waller, who owns Veterans Cab, told the Jackson City Council’s planning committee on Oct. 6 that the arrival of Uber in the city had reduced his business in half.
Why are some countries rich and some countries poor?
In a recent edition of The Clarion-Ledger, state Sen. David Blount, D-Jackson, suggested that the state buy more buildings in Jackson instead of leasing office space for state employees from private landlords.
Electric car maker GreenTech Automotive, which once planned to build 250,000 cars a year and invest $2 billion in an impoverished corner of Mississippi’s Delta region, has missed a debt payment to the state of Mississippi.
If Mississippi towns and cities are going to keep pace in the 21st century they need regulatory frameworks that are friendly to post-industrial entrepreneurs and the businesses they create.
For the first time since the Mississippi Open Meetings law was enacted in 1976, two governmental bodies are appealing decisions handed down by the Mississippi Ethics Commission in cases involving a Columbus newspaper and a citizen of Lauderdale County.