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Stephens Insurance Records Sales of $1.9 Million with Dillard's in Past Fiscal Year
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Stephens Insurance Records Sales of $1.9 Million with Dillard's in Past Fiscal Year

Dillard's Inc. of Little Rock spent $1.9 million in fiscal 2016 with Warren Stephens' Stephens Insurance LLC.
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Video: Fitz Hill Talks Transparency in Leadership, Work at Scott Ford Center

Leaders should tell the truth, be transparent and communicate regularly with stakeholders during a crisis, says Fitz Hill in Part 2 of Arkansas Business' new video series on leadership.
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Arkansas Trucking Association Highlights Parking Problem

Finding safe, quality parking is harder than you would think. Imagine the millions of trucks on the road and then realize that there are a little more than 300,000 public and private parking spots allotted for them.
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DentaQuest Sues Procurement Director Over Dropped Medicaid Bid

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National Register Listings Light a Towering Inferno

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Suit Challenges Air Ambulance Patient Bills

James W. Ferrell of Drew County was shocked to receive a $29,000 bill from an air ambulance operator for his 41-mile trip to a hospital in late 2015. read more >

At 20, Arkansas E-Government Draws Cheers

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Bank Assets, Profits Up; Charters Dwindle on List of Largest Arkansas Banks

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Grief, Pain and the Fall of Turner Grain

With his father's death in late 2013 and stress contributing to his losing some 60 pounds in 30 days, Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. co-owner Jason Coleman said he was in no condition to run his company in the months leading to its collapse in August 2014. read more >

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