CARTI Sees Improvement In Finances

CARTI Sees Improvement In Finances
Adam Head, the CEO of CARTI of Little Rock.

Adam Head, CARTI's president and CEO said the Little Rock cancer treatment center's financial improvement for the fiscal year that ended June 30 should be defined as a “transformation."
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Hotel Hale Making Headway; Hot Springs Gaining Another Distillery

Hotel Hale Making Headway; Hot Springs Gaining Another Distillery This article is available only in print.

Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe says his work on the transformation of the old Hale Bathhouse into the Hotel Hale is “progressing nicely” and he and his wife, Ellen, hope to have it open by the end of the year.
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Update: Jay DeHaven, Colorful Maumelle Developer, Dies at 79

Update: Jay DeHaven, Colorful Maumelle Developer, Dies at 79

John W. "Jay" DeHaven, the colorful wheeler-dealer who made his biggest mark on the local business scene through The Maumelle Co., died at his west Little Rock home on Sunday. He was 79.
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The List Largest Nonprofit Organizations

Arkansas' Largest Nonprofit Organizations list, ranked by total assets. Includes fiscal year and previous year total assets and total revenue, number of staff paid $50,000 or more, top executive, mission and contact information.

Rank Name City Top Executive
1 Walton Family Foundation Inc. Bentonville Peterson, Kyle
2 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville Bigelow, Rod
3 University of Arkansas Foundation Inc. Fayetteville Davis, Clay H.
4 Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation Inc. Bentonville Hodges, Kaneaster Jr.
5 University of Arkansas Fayetteville Campus Foundation Fayetteville Kumpe, Peter G.

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Lieven Bertels Takes The Momentary Leap of Creating

In August 2017, Lieven Bertels was named director of the Momentary, a new contemporary arts venue by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art that is set to open in 2020.