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Quapaw Quarter's Patricia Blick Says Historic Preservation Can Bring Forth Economic Benefits

Quapaw Quarter's Patricia Blick Says Historic Preservation Can Bring Forth Economic Benefits
Patricia Blick, executive director of the Quapaw Quarter Association in Little Rock

Patricia Blick, the new head of the Quapaw Quarter Association, seeks to clear up misconceptions about preserving historic properties.
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National Register Listings Light a Towering Inferno

Some downtown Little Rock property owners are surprised and upset that three public housing towers have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places despite being rejected by the state's review board.
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Gateway Property Sold for $3.5 Million

A retail building, a fast-food eatery and an undeveloped parcel generated multimillion-dollar transactions.
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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 >

ArkansasGives Nets $6.1M for Nonprofits

The Arkansas Community Foundation announces certified results of the ArkansasGives program, a one-day online giving event held on April 6. A total of $6.1 million was collected for more than 930 nonprofits statewide. read more >

Tacos 4 Life Franchises Expanding Beyond Arkansas

Tacos 4 Life, the restaurant mini-chain based in Conway, appears poised to move beyond “mini-chain” status to plain “chain” status. read more >

Medical Clinic Replaces Nichols Furniture After $3M Purchase (Real Deals)

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CoreConnect Aims to 'Demystify' Digital Communications

A conference aiming to "demystify the digital ecosystem" for marketing professional and business and nonprofit leaders is set for April 27 in Little Rock. read more >

Video: A Conversation On Leadership with Fitz Hill

A good leader should be willing to adapt to new situations to guide an organization to success, says Fitz Hill, a former college football coach and college president, in Arkansas Business' new video series. read more >

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SPONSORED: Think Twice Before Being Your Own Bookkeeper

Treat bookkeeping like the vital task it is and not as an additional duty for a busy employee. read more >

Update: Community Foundation's Donation Drive Is Underway

The Arkansas Community Foundation is challenging people to donate $25 or more online from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday to the 900-plus nonprofits from across the state that are participating in its ArkansasGives event. read more >

Shifting Labor Rules Keep Arkansas Attorneys Busy

Arkansas labor and employment attorneys are keeping an eye on challenges to the U.S. Department of Labor's overtime rules as well as a bill that would amend the Minimum Wage Act in Arkansas. read more >

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