Bank of the Ozarks Formally Announces New Headquarters

Bank of the Ozarks Formally Announces New Headquarters

Bank of the Ozarks Inc. of Little Rock, which has been planning a new headquarters in west Little Rock, joined Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola to formally announce those plans, including a timeline for construction and completion.
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Del Monte Foods Sells Sager Creek, Siloam Springs Plant Closes

Del Monte Foods Sells Sager Creek, Siloam Springs Plant Closes

Del Monte Foods Inc. of San Francisco sells its Sager Creek vegetable business to McCall Farms Inc. of Effingham, South Carolina, and that the sale will result in the closure of a production facility in Siloam Springs.
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Dillard's Dividend Increase Raises Questions

Dillard's Dividend Increase Raises Questions

Dillard's Inc. announced Aug. 17 that its board of directors had approved raising its quarterly cash dividend from 7 cents per share to 10 cents, the highest in company history.
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The List Commercial Property Managers

Arkansas Commercial Property Management Firms list ranked by gross square feet of office, retail and warehouse space managed. Also includes company contact info, key contact(s) and primary properties.

Rank Name City Gross SF
1 Colliers International Arkansas Little Rock 15,200,000
2 Flake & Kelley Commercial Little Rock 4,437,700
3 Moses Tucker Real Estate Little Rock 4,200,000
4 Sage Partners Fayetteville 4,000,000
5 Mathias Properties Inc. Springdale 3,030,577

Executive Q&A

Marshall Saviers on What's Missing from Northwest Arkansas' Growth Experience

Marshall Saviers is now president of Sage Partners, where he oversees brokerage operations for the company and helped facilitate the 2017 merger between Sage Partners, Hunt Ventures of Lowell and Capital Partners of Little Rock.