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Stone & Ward Reflect, From Leno to Picasso

Stone & Ward Reflect, From Leno to Picasso
Millie Ward and Larry Stone

Stone Ward's Millie Ward and Larry Stone have struck a good work-and-home-life balance: They draw no dividing line.
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State to Hear Final Presentations from Potential Parks & Tourism Promoters

Presentations to be made by the three final advertising firms vying for the state's parks and tourism account, which used to be open to the public, will be closed this time.
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Fayetteville's Old Post Office On the Market

The Old Post Office building in the Fayetteville downtown square is for sale, and its star tenant is soon to be on the move.
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Imbalance of Power (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Consolidation of the airline industry has left consumers with fewer choices. It's increasingly a seller's market, and the airlines know it. read more >

Amy Hopper Leaps Into Innovation Hub (Movers & Shakers)

Amy Hopper has been hired at the Innovation Hub at Winrock International as manager of the organization's Delta I-Fund and will relocate to Little Rock in the coming months. read more >

Conway Corp Trio Complete Journey to Lineman Slots (Movers & Shakers)

Nathan Ball, Jake Ballard and Travis Lauer have been promoted to journeyman linemen at Conway Corp.'s electric department after successfully completing a four-year apprentice program through the Missouri Public Utility Alliance. read more >

Acxiom Building Hosts $25 Million Transaction (Real Deals)

Acxiom Corp. sold its 12-story headquarters and supporting five-story parking deck at 601 E. Third St. to Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff. read more >

The High Cost of Bad Moods (Barry Goldberg On Leadership)

Research in behavioral science is showing that there is a trend toward higher irritability in the workplace — especially in the United States — and it has been more pronounced over the last 24 months. read more >

Wayne Smith Says Balance the Key to Keeping Oaklawn On Track

Wayne Smith was named general manager in March, becoming Oaklawn's sixth general manager. read more >

KARK Hires New Reporter, Price McKeon

Price McKeon, a Floridian by way of the University of Georgia and KOKI, Fox23 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has hired on as reporter at KARK-TV in Little Rock. read more >

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. read more >

Jim Morriss, Springdale's Newsman for a Half-Century, Dies at 80

Jim Morriss, who as a jack-of-all-trades reporter and editor led the Springdale newspaper from the days of molten lead type to the age of computers and a 24-hour news cycle, died April 12 at age 80. read more >

State Keeps Tight Lid on Tourism Finalists

Did you see that announcement about the three finalists chosen for the state's richest advertising contract — the $14 million-a-year pact for marketing the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism? read more >

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