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Washington County Banks Host Big Rise in Deposits

Washington County Banks Host Big Rise in Deposits

During the past 10 years, banks have come and gone in the Washington County market, but the headcount of lenders and tally of branches has grown.
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Adam Mitchell Named President at Citizens Bank

Adam Mitchell of Simmons Bank joins Batesville's Citizens Bank as president and chief lending officer.
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Where Politicians Fear to Tread (Editorial)

A curious shift (one of many) has taken place in American politics in the past couple of years. Corporate America has begun taking the lead on political issues.
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What's Likely as Fed Meeting Ends and Powell Takes Questions

Federal Reserve officials are meeting this week for the first time under their new chairman, Jerome Powell, whose news conference to follow is stirring high anticipation. read more >

500 FedEx Offices Coming Soon to Walmarts Nationwide

FedEx Office will open 500 new locations in select Walmart stores over the next two years, the company headquartered in Plano, Texas, and Walmart Inc. of Bentonville announced Tuesday. read more >

Dollar General On March In Arkansas This article is available only in print.

Arkansas may be known for Walmart, but Dollar General has it outnumbered. read more >

George Gleason Pay Rises to $6.9M

George Gleason, 64, chairman and chief executive officer of Little Rock's Bank of the Ozarks, received total compensation of nearly $6.9 million during 2017. read more >

Pay for Murphy USA CEO Andrew Clyde Slips to $5.8M

Even as a big fourth-quarter pushed Murphy USA's full-year profits to $245 million in 2017, CEO Andrew Clyde settled for a little smaller payday last year. read more >

Bank of the Ozarks Wants Name Change: Bank OZK

Publicly traded Bank of the Ozarks of Little Rock said Thursday that it wants to change its name to Bank OZK "as part of a strategic rebranding." Shareholders must approve the change, which would take effect in July. read more >

Stock Awards Boost Comp for Simmons First Executives

Compensation increased for two of the most highly paid executives at Pine Bluff's Simmons First National Corp. read more >

Walmart's Online Same-Day Grocery Ready for Prime-Time

Walmart is expanding its same-day online grocery delivery service to more than 40 percent of U.S. households, or 100 metro areas, by year-end as it tries to keep pace with online leader read more >

J.B. Hunt Tweaks Timing of Annual Stock Awards for Top Execs

A change in the timing of annual stock awards resulted in smaller compensation packages for executives of J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell — at least as reflected in the firm's latest proxy statement. read more >

Missouri Governor Lauds Plan for New Aluminum Smelter in Bootheel

A new aluminum smelter will open in the Missouri Bootheel region in May, replacing roughly half of the jobs lost when another smelter shut down two years ago. read more >

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