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JobShare App Links People, Odd Jobs

JobShare App Links People, Odd Jobs
William Jones

The new JobShare smartphone app, launched in November, isn't just a way to hire people to do your odd jobs. It's also a business opportunity, owner William Jones tells Arkansas Business.
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Former Razorback Ryan Hale Shifts to New Career Planning Bike Trails

After five-plus years as a program officer at the Walton Family Foundation, Ryan Hale has left to start his own consulting company.
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State Chamber Drafting Bill to Clarify Marijuana Law for Employers

The Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and Cross Gunter Witherspoon & Galchus of Little Rock are working on legislation to clarify elements of the state's new medical marijuana law.
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