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Bank of the Ozarks Making Its Mark as Bank of the Nation
George Gleason, chairman  and CEO of Bank of the Ozarks: “We may be the most skilled team of bankers for our size anywhere.”

A seven-year string of top-performing bank accolades joins a history dominated by record quarterly earnings for Bank of the Ozarks.
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JB Hunt Buys Special Logistics Dedicated LLC for $136M

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Home BancShares Reports 25th Consecutive Profit Record

Home BancShares Inc. of Conway on Thursday report its 25th consecutive quarter of record profit, $50.1 million, up 15 percent from the same quarter year.
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