How to Start Up Your Startup (J. Ann Dorsey Expert Advice)

How to Start Up Your Startup (J. Ann Dorsey Expert Advice)

There are many things that go into starting a new company, and too often new companies fail before they even get started. This isn't to say that your idea isn't brilliant, but there are a lot of steps between a great idea and a viable business, and any of those steps can be a fatal pitfall. Good advice and knowledgeable professional assistance can go a long way in helping you make it from point A to point B
read more >

Update: Tech Park, Richard Mays Settle on Price

The board will pay Mays $1.037 million for the 10,000-SF property, with both sides agreeing to drop law suits. It met late Tuesday afternoon and voted to extend the offer which Mays accepted.
read more >

Frank, Judy Fletcher Give UA $600K for Entrepreneurial Course

University of Arkansas alumnus Frank Fletcher and his wife, Judy, are providing $600,000 to establish the Frank and Judy Fletcher SAKE Fund in the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
read more >

SBA Loans in Arkansas Increase 111 Percent

Arkansas' performance exceeded the national average and includes a 34 percent increase in numbers of loans, the SBA said.
read more >

Market Update

DOW 17,749.92 -48.57
NASDAQ 5113.97 -13.56
S&P 500 2084.36 -5.75
Enter a stock symbol

Mortgage Calculator

Enter Desired Loan Amount $
Interest Rate
Your monthly payment is: $

More Innovation News

Fundraising On Tap for Spencer Jones' IV Device

Spencer Jones' ARK startup led to the launch of LineGuard Med to develop SafeBreak, a device engineered to protect IV access devices from accidental dislodgment. read more >

Following The Crowd (Robert T. Smith Expert Advice)

One of the more publicized provisions of the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act directed the S.E.C. to establish rules allowing companies to use crowdfunding to raise capital in an exempt securities offering. read more >

UALR's Virtual Reality Going Places, Really

Last week, UALR's Emerging Analytics Center showcased its two VR student projects during Supercomputing 2015 (SC15), an international conference for high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis held in Austin, Texas. read more >

Fayetteville's BlueInGreen Sees Wave of Growth

BlueInGreen delivers dissolved oxygen, carbon dioxide and ozone into water treatment systems and has clients in multiple states across the U.S. read more >

Illumina Laser Lights Up New York

The Illumina laser projection system from Power Technology Inc. of Alexander has made it all the way to New York, New York. read more >

Arkansas Capital Corp. Changing Funding Model

Arkansas Capital Corp. of Little Rock will no longer work with state government to provide small-business loans. For the first time in the organization's almost 60-year history, its funding model is changing. read more >

Richard Mays Sues Tech Park Board, Raises Asking Price

Little Rock attorney Richard Mays on Thursday sued the Little Rock Technology Park Authority and other officials, challenging the board's authority to take his property under eminent domain. read more >

UALR Workshop Explains Commercialization Process for Researchers

Determining the commercial viability of research ideas should be an easy process that need not intimidate university students and researchers who harbor hopes of taking those ideas to market, Rebecca Norman told students and researchers Thursday. read more >

Tech Park Board Extends Property Deadline for Richard Mays

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board votes Monday to give Richard Mays until Friday to accept the board's offer of $845,000 for his 10,000-SF property at 415 Main St. read more >

UALR Hosting Global Entrepreneurship Week Events

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a series of events as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week this week. read more >

More Innovation News>