PSC to Rule on Utility Rates in Solar Energy Showdown This article is available only in print.

PSC to Rule on Utility Rates in Solar Energy Showdown

A yearlong debate over the value of self-generated electricity in Arkansas is boiling down to a duel in the sun.
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Windstream Fights Hedge Fund Over Uniti Group Status This article is available only in print.

Aurelius Capital Management of New York claims Windstream's 2015 spinoff of its copper and fiber assets into an innovative real estate investment trust was essentially a sale-leaseback that violated the terms of some of its outstanding bonds.
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Rad Transportation of Blytheville Files for Bankruptcy This article is available only in print.

A Blytheville trucking company recently filed for bankruptcy and listed $881,000 in debt.
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