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Barbara Goswick, Don Smith Top List of CFO of the Year Honorees

Barbara Goswick, Don Smith Top List of CFO of the Year Honorees

Arkansas accounting professionals took an unaccustomed turn at center stage last Wednesday at the Arkansas Business CFO of the Year Awards luncheon at the Embassy Suites in west Little Rock.
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Clinton Foundation Announces Headliners for 10 Year Anniversary

The Clinton Foundation today announced the headliners for next Saturday's event commemorating the Clinton Presidential Library's 10th anniversary.
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Shannon Boshears Accepts Dual Roles at Pulaski Tech College, Foundation

Shannon Boshears will lead fundraising efforts for the Pulaski Technical College Foundation, the fundraising and private gift-receiving agency for the college.
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A.L. Chilton Foundation to Support UA Faculty with $500k Gift

A new faculty fellowship is being created at the University of Arkansas' College of Education and Health Professions thanks to a $500,000 gift from the Dallas-based A.L. Chilton Foundation. read more >

Giving to Clinton Foundation Nearly Tripled From 2012 to 2013

Contributions and grants to the tax-exempt foundation that former President Bill Clinton operates with his family grew nearly threefold between 2012 and 2013, tax records show. read more >

Wendy Riggs Named Walton Arts Center's VP of Operations

Walton Arts Center named Wendy Riggs as its vice president of operations. Riggs' management will include the oversight of a $20 million renovation of the Walton Arts Center and the newly opened Wal-Mart AMP in Rogers. read more >

Video: ARK Challenge Concludes Fourth Run in Little Rock

The ARK Challenge startup accelerator last week concluded its fourth installment, and first in Little Rock, with Demo Day presentations of company pitches held inside the Clinton Center's Great Hall. read more >

Mid-America Science Museum Renovation on Schedule, Re-opening Set for March

The museum closed in August to begin remodeling and adding exhibits and new features, thanks to a $7.8 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. read more >

Connect Arkansas Announces Small Business Internet Study

Connect Arkansas has plans for a statewide study to help small- and medium-sized businesses develop strategies and be more competitive in the digital economy. read more >

Arkansas Children's Hospital Planning for Future

Dr. Robert Steele, Arkansas Children's Hospital's senior vice president and chief strategy officer, is orchestrating a group of 120 of the hospital's leaders in a massive strategic planning session that kicked off last month. read more >

KUAR Makes Morning Changes To Allow More Local News

KUAR-FM, 89.1 has announced some programming changes during its “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered” broadcasts to allow the station more flexibility in airing regional news. The station announced it will now air state news headlines in the morning at 20 and 43 minutes past the hour and in the afternoon at 4:34 p.m. and 5:34 p.m. read more >

Tyson Family Stock Nears $3 Billion; Waltons No. 1 On Top Stockholders List

The second-wealthiest family in northwest Arkansas, the Tysons, saw their stock holdings increase by nearly $1 billion over the past year — an increase of more than 40 percent. read more >

Two Conway Women Face Medicaid Fraud Charges

A Conway mother and daughter are accused of fraudulently billing the Arkansas Medicaid Program for nearly $100,000 and fraudulently withdrawing more than $65,000 from the accounts of patients at a shuttered Faulkner County facility for the developmentally disabled. read more >

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