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Sissy's Log Cabin Defends Lien on Rolex Sold After Divorce

Sissy's Log Cabin Defends Lien on Rolex Sold After Divorce
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Sissy's Log Cabin Inc. has gone to bankruptcy court to prevent a Little Rock woman from discharging a $4,500 debt tied to a Rolex watch.
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Cameron Smith & Associates Expanding

Cameron Smith, founder of the executive recruitment firm Cameron Smith & Associates in Rogers, says business has been good, so good that the firm has opened an office in San Antonio and is looking at offices in Chicago and Nashville, Tennessee, as well.
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No Contract, No Conflict: Logic of a Lottery Ad Bid

Reasons given by the state procurement director on why CJRW was picked for a lucrative Arkansas State Lottery contract over two others has puzzled several Little Rock ad professionals.
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