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Bryan Dorathy Named Regional Exec for Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield (Movers & Shakers)

Bryan Dorathy Named Regional Exec for Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield (Movers & Shakers)

Dorathy will oversee sales and marketing, provider networks and general operational functions. He has worked in the health insurance industry since 1995.
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Moses Tucker Real Estate Manager Retires

Lori Adcock-McGhee, the head of property management for Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock, recently left the company.
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Harding Professor Phil Brown's 4 Ways Arkansas Companies Can Keep Accounting Recruits

Phil Brown is a professor and co-chair of the Harding University Accounting & Finance Department at Searcy.
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GOP Governors Hope to Move Fast on Making Promised Changes

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CS&L Reports 3Q Loss, Acquisition in Latin America

Communications Sales & Leasing Inc. announces a third-quarter loss while revenue rose 15 percent and the company announced an acquisition of communications towers in Latin America. read more >

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One of the most powerful forces of persuasion is “social proof,” the tendency of people to look to the behavior of similar others when they aren't sure what is correct in a given situation. You can find evidence of social proof nearly everywhere. read more >

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Medical Marijuana: A Fact of Life for Arkansas Employers (Stuart Jackson Commentary)

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US Number of Uninsured Continues Decline

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