Arkansas Sees Volume, Value of Biggest Deals Drop

Arkansas Sees Volume, Value of Biggest Deals Drop

The value of mergers and acquisitions last year reached a record high worldwide and in the United States, but Arkansas was a different story.
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Tech Park Talks Timeline with KATV; Mary Good to Step Down

Tech Park Talks Timeline with KATV; Mary Good to Step Down

Sinclair Broadcasting will need at least three years to move its Little Rock ABC affiliate, KATV Channel 7, from its building at Main and Fourth, Little Rock Technology Park Director Brent Birch told board members Wednesday.
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Glo Airlines Adds Direct Flights from Little Rock to Destin

Glo Airlines Adds Direct Flights from Little Rock to Destin

Regional air service provider Glo of New Orleans announced Thursday it will expand its non-stop service from Little Rock to to Florida's Emerald Coast.
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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.