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Simmons Bank Buys Acxiom Building in Downtown Little Rock

Simmons Bank Buys Acxiom Building in Downtown Little Rock
Simmons Bank will consolidate Little Rock employees into the former Acxiom Building in downtown Little Rock.

Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff bought the 12-story Acxiom Building in downtown Little Rock, and Acxiom Corp. will move its headquarters back to Conway, where it was founded, the two companies announced Friday.
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Golden Bankruptcy Reveals Allcorp Deal

A possible bank stock sale and details of a legal settlement are part of the bankruptcy narrative in the 66-page Chapter 7 filed by Lex and Ellen Golden of Little Rock.
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Kathy Deck To Leave Arkansas for Alabama-Tuscaloosa

Economist Kathy Deck is leaving the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville to become the director of community and economic research partnerships at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa.
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