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Alice Walton Announces New Art Bridges Foundation
Alice Walton

Alice Walton Announces New Art Bridges Foundation

Alice Walton, daughter of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. founder Sam M. Walton and the founder of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, forms a new nonprofit foundation called Art Bridges.
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Kathleen Lawson to Lead Economics Arkansas

Economics Arkansas, a nonprofit educational organization that promotes economic and financial literacy, said Tuesday that Kathleen Lawson will be its new executive director effective Oct. 2.
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Albert Braunfisch to Lead Hendrix College Board

Hendrix College of Conway said Wednesday that Albert Braunfisch of Little Rock has been named to a five-year term as chair of the private liberal arts college's board of trustees.
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First Pentecostal Church of Bryant Sold for $3.3M

A church, residential property and rural acreage in Saline County combine with a Lonoke County farm for a six-pack of multimillion-dollar real estate transactions.
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Kenneth James to Retire from AAIMS

Kenneth James, president for the Arkansas Advanced Initiative for Math and Science, will retire from the organization on Dec. 31, the AAIMS announced Thursday. read more >

Data Theft: Is Your Business Ready? (Aaron Gamewell Expert Advice)

Aaron Gamewell of SBS CyberSecurity offers his list of actions that every business should deploy to mitigate the risk of a data breach. read more >

Erica Goss Goes to NLRCVB (Movers & Shakers)

Erica Goss has joined the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau as sales manager. read more >

No Catch: Lower Electric Bills Pay for High-Efficiency Retrofits

OECC's PAYS program — for Pay As You Save — has erased the doubts of landlords and homeowners alike, retrofitting close to 300 homes at a cost of $1.5 million since April 2016. read more >

Tyson Foods Commits to Food Sustainability

Tyson Foods CEO Tom Hayes says his company's commitment to creating a sustainable food program can help create a healthier environment, a healthier workforce and healthier animals. read more >

Mocking the Media at Its Heroic Hour

A hurricane had devastated his hometown, other powerful storms were brewing in the Atlantic, and Bill Bishop was fed up with hot air. read more >

Report: Arkansas Schools Have High Chronic Absenteeism Rates

Attendance Works and the Everyone Graduates Center released an analysis Friday that shows 50 Arkansas public schools have chronic absenteeism rates of 30 percent or more. read more >

Arkansas Business Presents New Lists of Minority-, Woman-Owned Companies

Arkansas Business presents two lists of 135 minority-owned companies and 98 woman-owned companies who responded to our first-ever survey of companies in those categories. read more >

Our Enemies, Ourselves (Editorial)

It's the job of the enemies of the American people to ask questions. Just as it's been the job of the enemies of the American people in the last week to cover historic, tragic Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath of flooding, death and destruction. read more >

The Fabric of Our Lives (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

Corporate social responsibility is a term applied to a company's adherence to the letter and spirit of the law. It has also come to mean, in a broader sense, how a company and its leadership act based on corporate conscience — that internal guide to the rightness or wrongness of corporate or individual behavior. read more >

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