Cities in Arkansas Scrambling to Fill Vacant Walmart Locations

Cities in Arkansas Scrambling to Fill Vacant Walmart Locations

Since Wal-Mart Stores Inc. announced last month it was closing 154 stores in the United States, Gentry Mayor Kevin Johnston has been on the phone and sending emails trying to attract a grocery store to the Benton County town.
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USA Truck Hires Craig, Loses Weindel

USA Truck Hires Craig, Loses Weindel

USA Truck Inc. of Van Buren hired Jim Craig to fill the new position of president of Strategic Capacity Solutions.
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Group Launches Ad Blitz in Arkansas Chief Justice Race

Group Launches Ad Blitz in Arkansas Chief Justice Race

A group launches TV ads portraying Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Courtney Goodson as being beholden to trial lawyers and criticizing her over gifts and campaign contributions.
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The List Biggest Deals of the Year

Arkansas' biggest deals of the previous year ranked by price. The list includes buyer, seller, price, description and month announced. Published 2/8/2016.

Rank Buyer Seller Price (millions)
1 Communications Sales & Leasing Inc. Windstream Holdings Inc. 3,445,000,000
2 JBS SA Cargill Pork LLC 1,450,000,000
3 Bank of the Ozarks Inc. Community & Southern Holdings Inc. 799,600,000
4 Cequel Data Centers LLC; TierPoint LLC Windstream Holdings Inc. 575,000,000
5 Bank of the Ozarks Inc. C1 Financial Inc. 402,520,000

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Jerry Adams Excited About Research Talent Attracted to Arkansas

Jerry Adams started the nonprofit Arkansas Research Alliance in 2008. It partners with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to help commercialize technology produced at the FDA's National Center for Toxicological Research in Jefferson.