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Entergy Breaks Ground on New $23M Center in Little Rock

Entergy Breaks Ground on New $23M Center in Little Rock
An artist's rendering of Entergy's planned, 25,000-SF transmissions operations center.

Entergy Inc. broke ground Monday on a new 25,000-SF, $23 million transmission operations center in Little Rock.
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Murphy USA Reports 3Q Growth

Murphy USA Inc. of El Dorado on Thursday announced third-quarter income from continuing operations of $67.2 million, or $1.36 per diluted share, on revenues of $4.68 billion.
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Coulson Oil Launches Diamond State Equipment

Coulson Oil of North Little Rock launches Diamond State Equipment to function as a distributor of fuel dispensers, tanks and other industry equipment and services used by the retail outlets it serves.
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