Lawsuits Challenge Fairy Tale Founding of Lauren James This article is available only in print.

Lawsuits Challenge Fairy Tale Founding of Lauren James
Lauren and Lance Stokes, the leaders of Lauren James, are standing by their company's history in response to settled lawsuits that included allegations by former partners that they did not get their due.

A series of now-settled lawsuits, pitting business partner against business partner, suggests a far less happy founding story for women's clothing company Lauren James of Fayetteville.
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Trump Sets 4-Year Tariff on Solar Imports

Trump Sets 4-Year Tariff on Solar Imports

President Donald Trump imposed an initial 30 percent tariff on imported solar products Monday, a decision that the growing solar installation industry fought against, fearing that higher prices will prevent homes and businesses from investing in rooftop solar arrays.
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Online Ad May Be Selling Aristotle Inc.

Online Ad May Be Selling Aristotle Inc. This article is available only in print.

A posting on BizBuySell.com lists a “Media Buying Digital Agency” in Arkansas — but “relocatable” — with an asking price of $4 million. The ad doesn't name the company, but it's beginning to look a lot like Aristotle.
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The List Highest Paid UAMS Employees

Highest-paid employees list for University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences at Little Rock includes name, title, department, state salary, total compensation and other private and public compensation.

Rank Name Total Compensation
1 Reemtsen, Brian 1,300,000
2 Barnes, C. Lowry 1,031,572
3 Kazemi, Noojan 1,003,075
4 Day, John D. 916,790
5 Morgan, Gareth J. 878,886

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Carolyn Witherspoon on How Protecting Employees a Work in Progress

Carolyn Witherspoon, director of Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus of Little Rock, describes workplace law changes and adds women no longer have to dress like men before the bench.