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Tyson Founder, Warren Stephens to Join Arkansas Business Hall of Fame

Tyson Founder, Warren Stephens to Join Arkansas Business Hall of Fame
The Arkansas Business Hall of Fame's 2019 inductees are Claiborne P. Deming of Murphy Oil, the late Joe M. Steele of Steele Canning and Springdale Canning, Warren A. Stephens of Stephens Inc. and the late John W. Tyson of Tyson Foods.

The late founder of Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale and the CEO of Stephens Inc. of Little Rock are among the latest inductees to the University of Arkansas' Arkansas Business Hall of Fame.
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Simmons Bank Names David Stogsdill SVP of Commercial Banking

Simmons Bank names David Stogsdill senior vice president of commercial banking. He will oversee growth for commercial clients in central Arkansas.
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FNBC Receives a $600K Federal Grant

FNBC Bancorp, the holding company for FNBC Bank, has been awarded a $600,000 Financial Assistance grant by the U.S. Treasury Department's CDFI fund for its service to rural and underserved communities.
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