Entergy Settles With Sierra Club, Will Stop Burning Coal by 2030

Entergy Settles With Sierra Club, Will Stop Burning Coal by 2030
Entergy's White Bluff power plant near Redfield.

Entergy Arkansas has agreed in a legal settlement with environmental groups to shut down coal-fired power generation at two sites in the state within 9-12 years, the utility and the Sierra Club said Friday morning.
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State Unemployment Unchanged at 3.5 Percent

State Unemployment Unchanged at 3.5 Percent

Arkansas' unemployment rate was 3.5 percent in October and unchanged from the previous month, according to a report released Friday by the state Department of Workforce Services.
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Internet Sales Tax Among First Bills Filed for 2019 Session

Internet Sales Tax Among First Bills Filed for 2019 Session

A measure banning abortion based on a Down syndrome diagnosis and a proposal to require online retailers to collect Arkansas sales tax are among the first bills lawmakers filed ahead of next year's session.
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The List Public Companies Executive Compensation

Ranked by total compensation in 2017. Includes salary or cash compensation, stock options, stock awards, bonus pay, other compensation and company net income.

Rank Name Company 2017 Compensation Calculation
1 McMillon, Doug Walmart Inc. 22,791,276
2 Jenkins, Roger W. Murphy Oil Corp. 12,990,075
3 Furner , John R. Walmart Inc. 12,876,788
4 Foran, Gregory S. Walmart Inc. 11,017,752
5 Tyson, John H. Tyson Foods Inc. 10,453,801

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Courtney Pledger Promises AETN's Contributions to Arkansas Culture Will Continue

Courtney Pledger, the executive director of AETN, details the network's plans to focus on Arkansas content and Arkansas stories.