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Viridian Changes Name to Entegrity

Viridian Changes Name to Entegrity

Viridian of Little Rock, a provider of sustainability and energy consulting services for architects, contractors and building owners, is changing its corporate name to Entegrity.
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Murphy USA Lowers Guidance After Preliminary 1Q Loss of $3M

Murphy USA Inc. announces a preliminary first-quarter loss of $3 million — results bad enough to lead the El Dorado gasoline retailer to revise its investor guidance numbers downward for all of 2017.
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The Student Debt Bubble (Editorial)

Pay attention, all. This tidal wave of unsecured debt could swamp the country's still less-than-robust recovery.
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The High Cost of Bad Moods (Barry Goldberg On Leadership)

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National Register Listings Light a Towering Inferno

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Andy Miller To Lead Arkansas Energy Education Foundation (Movers & Shakers)

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Searcy Energy Lender Southeast Capital Quietly on the Rise

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John Kind Advances at Center for Toxicology (Movers & Shakers)

John Kind has been promoted to principal toxicologist at the Center for Toxicology & Environmental Health LLC in North Little Rock. read more >

Controller Retires, Murphy Oil Names Successor

Murphy Oil Corp., the oil and gas exploration and production giant based in El Dorado, has announced the coming retirement of its controller, and has named his replacement. read more >

Renewable Energy Crowd Hears a Power Grid Visionary

A complex problem like electric grid modernization comes down to creating "the sharing utility," expert Karl R. Rabago tells members of the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation. read more >

Shifting Labor Rules Keep Arkansas Attorneys Busy

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DWS Director Daryl Bassett on Why Land of Opportunity Needs More Workers To Land a Job

Before being named to lead the Department of Workforce Services by Gov. Asa Hutchinson in December 2014, Daryl Bassett served as director of Business & Commercial Services at the Arkansas secretary of state's office. read more >

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