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Grady Mathews of Sage Partners said the 270,000-SF Bentonville Plaza has four tenants who are now looking to expand. Mathews said the demand for Class A office space is continuing to grow.
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WLR Executive Court Property Sold in $4.5 Million Deal

An office building, a church property, a retail project and a nonprofit facility in Little Rock plus a substantial residence in west Pulaski County provide this week's million-dollar transactions.
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In Arkansas, Rural Hospitals Fight to Recruit Doctors

Rural hospitals are using every tool at their disposal to lure doctors: recruiting firms, competitive pay packages, signing bonuses, stipends. And still they struggle. The reasons behind the dearth of doctors seeking to join rural hospitals are many, longstanding and, sometimes, structural.
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Acxiom Confirms Layoffs in Little Rock, Conway

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UALR Offers Sneak Peek at Virtual Reality

Carolina Cruz-Neira, director of the Emerging Analytics Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, promises a show people will remember when her team hosts an open house on Oct. 16-17 to showcase the latest virtual reality technology. read more >

Settlement Will Boost One Bank's Capital

A financial decision that Layton “Scooter” Stuart made in the weeks preceding his death in March 2013 is breathing fiscal life into Little Rock's One Bank & Trust. The de facto capital injection is happening in a way that he didn't plan and couldn't have foreseen. read more >

NLR Warehouse Draws $2.9 Million Transaction (Real Deals)

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Getting 'Unstuck' (Barry Goldberg On Leadership)

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The Language of Customer Service (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

How often do you hear a response from someone hired to deliver customer service that rings a bit hollow? Or that doesn't quite match the situation or your triggering expression (like “thank you”)? Seems to me, it's too often. read more >

Jennifer Joyner Joins Signature Bank in Bentonville (Movers & Shakers)

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