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Beer Garden Makes Home In East Village

Beer Garden Makes Home In East Village

The Rail Yard is the culmination of an idea at least two years in the making, an urban beer garden in Little Rock's increasingly lively East Village.
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Tyson Foods Completes Deal for Keystone Foods

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale completes its $2.16 billion cash acquisition of Keystone Foods from Marfrig Global Foods of São Paulo, Brazil.
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Tyson Foods, Lighthouse for Blind Among Military Vendors

South Arkansas is known for its military manufacturing, but a sampling of U.S Defense Department contracts this year shows a business impact statewide.
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Jim Keet Cooks Up New Plans for Cock of the Walk This article is available only in print.

The Cock of the Walk property in North Little Rock will get new life as an event center, says veteran restaurateur Jim Keet. read more >

Ready for the Minimum Wage Hike? (Trey Cooper Commentary)

Becoming more efficient may be helpful to employers in absorbing the initial shock of the increased minimum wage. read more >

Red Lobster Serves Up $4.2M Transaction (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

A New York company bought the 7,594-SF restaurant in west Little Rock from an affiliate of American Realty Capital Properties Inc. of Phoenix. read more >

Ozark Natural Foods Tells Tale of Survival

For life after ‘doomsday,' co-op looks to a new site in downtown Fayetteville. read more >

Survey: US Businesses Added 179K Jobs Last Month

U.S. businesses hired new workers at a solid pace in November, adding 179,000 jobs, according to a private survey. read more >

Arkansas Revenue Rises in November

Arkansas finance officials say an increase in sales and income tax collections kept the state's revenue in November above forecast and the level recorded in November 2017. read more >

Small Business Owners Upbeat About Companies, Look to Expand

Small business owners are upbeat, looking to expand and worrying less about financial concerns like health costs. read more >

Local Leaders OK Quapaw Casino for Pine Bluff

Local leaders in Jefferson County and Pine Bluff have signed off on Downstream Development Authority, owner and operator of Downstream Casino Resort, as the area's casino operator. read more >

Consumers in the Loop (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

Recycling is a business; it's transactional, subject to market pressures and the critical law of supply and demand. read more >

Farm-Bill Deal Scraps New Work Requirements for Food Stamps

A bipartisan deal on the multi-billion dollar farm bill would scrap new work requirements for some older food stamp recipients — rejecting a plan backed by House Republicans and President Donald Trump. read more >

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