Pro Bono Work Can Also Be Good For Business, Bill Waddell Says

Pro Bono Work Can Also Be Good For Business, Bill Waddell Says
Bill Waddell won the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Publico Award for his legal contributions to the medical-legal partnership that works with the Mid-Delta Health Systems in Clarendon.

When Little Rock attorney Bill Waddell found himself in the national spotlight in August, he embraced it to spread the word on the first rural legal-medical partnership in Arkansas.
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Florida Hurricane Drives Home BancShares 3Q Profit Down 66 Percent

Florida Hurricane Drives Home BancShares 3Q Profit Down 66 Percent

Home BancShares inc. of Conway, the parent company of Centennial Bank, reports third-quarter profit of $14.8 million, down 66 percent from the same quarter last year, as Hurricane Irma weighed on results.
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City Mayor Among Group Buying Jacksonville Physical Therapy Office

City Mayor Among Group Buying Jacksonville Physical Therapy Office

Jacksonville Medical Center Inc. has purchased the 3,065-SF Jacksonville Physical Therapy building at 208 John Harden Drive for $475,000.
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The List Arkansas' Largest Nonprofits

Arkansas' Largest Nonprofits 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, contact information, etc.

Rank Name Total Assets Total Revenue
1 Walton Family Foundation Inc. 2,657,142,575 1,065,818,231
2 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art 929,826,874 48,838,430
3 University of Arkansas Foundation Inc. 919,338,545 117,873,804
4 Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation Inc. 680,865,771 93,869,095
5 University of Arkansas Fayetteville Campus Foundation 515,236,233 27,391,335

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APM's Vanessa McKuin on How the Public Can Band Together on Radio

The Arkansas Public Media executive describes the nonprofit's mission, and discusses media credibility in a “fake news” era.