House of Cards: How John Rogers Bilked Banks, Conned Collectors This article is available only in print.

House of Cards: How John Rogers Bilked Banks, Conned Collectors

Not many people know that John Rogers was a millionaire real estate investor before he began serious work building his sports memorabilia and photo empire in North Little Rock. That's because he wasn't. It's a big, fat lie.
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Cuker Attorneys Seek $4.1 Million in Fees for Wal-Mart Case

Cuker Attorneys Seek $4.1 Million in Fees for Wal-Mart Case This article is available only in print.

The lawyers who successfully represented a Southern California digital design firm in a lawsuit that resulted in a $12.4 million jury verdict last month against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. have asked the U.S. District Court judge to award them court costs and attorneys' fees.
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Financial Cleanup Continues in Main Street Lofts Mess

Financial Cleanup Continues in Main Street Lofts Mess This article is available only in print.

More pieces have surfaced in the financial workout of the Main Street Lofts project in downtown Little Rock.
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Arkansas' Largest Private Companies ranked by revenue, mostly provided by the companies themselves. Data also includes previous year's revenue, total employees and total Arkansas employees, year established, business description, top executive, and contact info.

Rank Name 2016 Revenue % Change Revenue
1 Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield 2,496,572,480 11
2 Stephens Inc. 2,250,000,000 0
3 Mountaire Corp. 2,000,000,000 -3
4 McLarty Automotive Group 1,763,927,011 24
5 RML Automotive 1,648,758,443 13

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SBA's Edward Haddock Gives Big Reasons to Think Small

As director of the Arkansas District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Edward Haddock is responsible for all SBA programs and services as well as coordination among the SBA, the district's Small Business Development Centers, SCORE chapters and the Women's Business Center throughout the state.