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Tax Credits Help Little Rock Company Raise $1.25M for Movies

Tax Credits Help Little Rock Company Raise $1.25M for Movies

Gary Newton hopes "Antiquities," which filmed primarily in North Little Rock, will be the first in a string of movies to come out of the startup film production company he created with Graham Gordy and Daniel Campbell.
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Low Vacancy in Fayetteville Makes Even Older Properties Stay in High Demand

The more beds that go into Fayetteville, the more beds Fayetteville seems to need, and that means even older multifamily properties are still in demand.
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Tally of Largest Commercial Building Projects in Arkansas Hits $2.4 Billion

The dollar total of largest commercial construction projects in Arkansas registered nearly $2.3 billion this year. The tally reflected a 1.2 percent decline from more than $2.4 billion in 2015.
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Murphy Oil Adds Keller to Board, Elevates 2 EVPs

Murphy Oil Corp. of El Dorado says Elisabeth W. Keller has been elected to its board of directors, and that Eugene T. Coleman and Michael K. McFadyen have been made executive vice presidents. read more >

Procter & Gamble Executive Joins Tyson Foods Board

Jeffrey K. Schomburger, global sales officer for Procter & Gamble, has been named to board of directors of Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale. read more >

PACE Financing Allows Aldersgate Apartments To Put Costs on Tax Bill

Pulaski County has given green building projects a lucrative green light, and developers of a west Little Rock apartment project have hit the accelerator. read more >

Dear Consumer: Breathe! (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

The election is over. Exhale. The holidays are here and retail doors are ready to be busted in search of discounts and deals designed to spur consumer spending. And overall spending should see an upturn. read more >

LiveRamp Will Acquire Two Startups

Acxiom Corp. of Little Rock says its company, LiveRamp of San Francisco, will acquire marketing startups Arbor of New York City and Circulate of Philadelphia for about $140 million. read more >

Contractors Cite Job Losses, Hope for Infrastructure Investment

The Associated General Contractors of America says Little Rock metropolitan area placed fourth out of 358 metros nationwide in construction jobs lost between October 2015 and October 2016. read more >

Delta Regional Authority, Governor Announce $26M in Investments

The Delta Regional Authority, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and their federal and local partners announced Monday nearly $26 million in new investments that will create or retain an estimated 650 jobs. read more >

Foreclosure Surprised Regions Building Owners

An attorney for the owners of the 30-story Regions Center in downtown Little Rock said recently that he had no indication that a foreclosure lawsuit was being filed against the property. read more >

Gateway Bank Gearing Up for Growth

Gateway Bank, formerly know as the Bank of Rison, is in the process of raising $3 million, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. read more >

Stone House Drops Stock in USA Truck

Stone House Capital of New York reported in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission that its holdings of USA Truck Inc. of Van Buren had been reduced to 588,961 shares, or 7.1 percent of the company. read more >

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