Wal-Mart Pulls Cyber Monday Forward to Sunday, Record Industry Sales Expected
Fernando Madeira, president and CEO of, during an event last year.

Wal-Mart Pulls Cyber Monday Forward to Sunday, Record Industry Sales Expected

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. of Bentonville has decided that Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year, should not start on a Monday anymore.
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Chenal Creek Transaction Closes at Nearly $9M (Real Deals)

Chenal Creek Little Rock AR LLC of Los Angeles acquired its namesake project at 12800 Chenal Parkway, backed with a $6.8 million loan from Morgan Stanley.
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Office Space Filling Up in New Bentonville Building

Craig Soos plans to open his new office building in Bentonville at the start of the new year. It should be close to capacity the way things are looking.
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Central Arkansas Retail Space Vacancy Rate Declines

The vacancy rate for retail space in central Arkansas fell to 5.3 percent in third-quarter 2015 compared with 6 percent in second-quarter 2015.
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