Northwest Arkansas

Fayetteville's Old Post Office On the Market

Fayetteville's Old Post Office On the Market
The Old Post Office in Fayetteville.

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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Innovation Center Puts UA And J.B. Hunt on Same Road

The chance to work for J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell is nothing new for a lot of graduates of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Now, UA students will have the chance to work with J.B. Hunt.
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Former USA Truck Exec Martin Tewari Moves to Groendyke Transport

Tewari joined USA Truck in September 2015 as president of trucking, a newly created position. He resigned March 13 to take a position at Groendyke.
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Update: Tyson Foods' $4.2B AdvancePierre Deal 'About Growth'

Tyson Foods Inc. announces a $4.2 billion deal to purchase AdvancePierre Foods, a national producer of value-added, ready-to-eat sandwiches, sandwich components, entrées and snacks. read more >

Tyson Foods Explores Sale of 3 Brands

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale said Monday that it is exploring the possible sale of three non-protein businesses: Sara Lee Frozen Bakery, Kettle and Van's. read more >

Wal-Mart's Store No. 8 Hires Jenny Fleiss as CEO

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said its recently launched startup investment arm, Store No 8, has hired Jenny Fleiss as the chief executive of its first portfolio company. read more >

Chris Weiser Named to National Manufacturing Board

Chris Weiser, owner and CEO of J.V. Manufacturing in Springdale, is the first Arkansan to be appointed to the National Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership Advisory Board. read more >

Higher Education Bubble Vexing for Arkansas Institutions

Runaway inflation in the health care sector is obvious to every American family, but when a kid heads to college, this fact hits home: The consumer cost of higher education has inflated even faster over the past quarter-century. read more >

The Student Debt Bubble (Editorial)

Pay attention, all. This tidal wave of unsecured debt could swamp the country's still less-than-robust recovery. read more >

Lawsuit a Low Note for Arvest Notary

An Oklahoma man who said his name was forged on a loan document is going after the notary who allegedly signed off on the paperwork. read more >

Harps Makes David Ganoung Marketing VP (NWA Movers & Shakers)

David Ganoung has been promoted to vice president of marketing at Harps Foods Stores Inc. of Springdale. read more >

Today's Bank Expands Footprint with Van Buren Branch

The $181 million-asset lender is setting up shop in a former bank branch at 615 E. Pointer Trail previously used by Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative. read more >

Arkansas Trucking Association Highlights Parking Problem

Finding safe, quality parking is harder than you would think. Imagine the millions of trucks on the road and then realize that there are a little more than 300,000 public and private parking spots allotted for them. read more >

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