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As Marijuana Industry Beckons, Banks Just Say No

On one side is a new industry desperately needing local banking services. On the other side are bankers salivating at potential deposits and fee revenue. Between them is a federal government that outlaws marijuana.
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8th Circuit Reverses Holmes, Tosses Sanctions Against Goodson, Others

8th Circuit Reverses Holmes, Tosses Sanctions Against Goodson, Others

The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals rules that attorney John Goodson of Texarkana and four other lawyers didn't engage in "forum shopping" in an Arkansas class-action case and tossed the sanctions against them.
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SPP Agrees to End Enforcement Role; Workers to Keep Jobs

SPP Agrees to End Enforcement Role; Workers to Keep Jobs

Southwest Power Pool is ending its role as a regional enforcer of standards for reliability in the bulk power grid, agreeing to eliminate the SPP Regional Entity no later than the end of 2018.
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The List Largest Arkansas Banks by Equity

Arkansas Banks ranked by return on equity also includes total assets and net income.

Rank Name ROE Net Income
1 Bank of England 21 8,775,000
2 First Financial Bank 19 31,979,000
3 Riverside Bank 17 1,414,000
4 Priority Bank 16 1,691,000
5 Farmers Bank & Trust Co. 15 9,370,000

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First Financial CEO Chris Hegi's Golden Rule for Serving El Dorado

In 2015, Chris Hegi was named CEO of First Financial Bank of El Dorado, now a $919 million-asset lender.