Moses Tucker Real Estate Looks to Next Generation, Plans for Future

Moses Tucker Real Estate Looks to Next Generation, Plans for Future
Chris Moses, left, and brother, Jamie, with their father, Jimmy, the founder of Moses Tucker Real Estate. Jimmy Moses’ partner, Rett Tucker, says they’re both interested in planning for the future. | (Photo by Jason Burt)

What appears to an outsider as the simple passing of the family business from one generation to the next wasn't the plan from the beginning.
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Report: State Jobless Rate Down to 5.7 Percent

Report: State Jobless Rate Down to 5.7 Percent

Arkansas' unemployment rate fell to 5.7 percent in December, dropping two-tenths of a percentage point from November, according to a report from the state Department of Workforce Services.
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Tyson Foods to Upgrade Georgia Plant, Add 500 Workers

Tyson Foods to Upgrade Georgia Plant, Add 500 Workers

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale said this morning that it plans to invest $100 million in its Vienna, Georgia poultry plant, adding about 500 jobs there.
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The List The Biggest Deals of 2014

Arkansas' Biggest Deals of 2014 ranked by price. The list includes buyer, seller, price, description and month announced.

Rank Buyer Seller Price (millions)
1 Tyson Foods Inc. The Hillshire Brands Co. 8,550,000,000
2 Government of Indonesia, PT Pertamina Malaysia Eksplorasi Produksi Murphy Oil Corp. 2,000,000,000
3 Entergy Arkansas Inc., Entergy Gulf States Louisiana LLC, Entergy Texas Inc. Union Power Partners LP 948,000,000
4 HealthSouth Corp. EHHI Holdings Inc. 750,000,000
5 Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. 658,000,000

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Ross Cranford on the Current 'Revolutionary' Climate in Advertising & Marketing

Before leaving to create his new agency, Ross Cranford worked for 19 years at Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, starting as a junior copywriter in 1995, then writer, digital creative director, associate creative director, director of strategic planning, vice president for tourism services and member of the board of directors.