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Central Arkansas Retail Space Vacancy Rate Rises

Central Arkansas Retail Space Vacancy Rate Rises

The vacancy rate for retail space in central Arkansas continued to inch up during first-quarter 2015, according to the Central Arkansas Commercial Data Exchange. It rose to 6.3 percent compared with 5.8 percent in fourth-quarter 2014 and 5.2 percent in the year-earlier quarter, first-quarter 2014.
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Dillard Not Too Concerned About Last Week's Stock Performance

William Dillard II, CEO of Dillard's Inc., downplayed last week's 11 percent tumble at the Little Rock retailer's brief annual shareholders' meeting on Saturday.
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Epoch Men's Clinic Expanding in Arkansas

Although Epoch Health touts that it can treat symptoms related to low testosterone in men, it maintains it's nothing like the low-T retail outlets that are gaining scrutiny from some members of the medical community.
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