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SBA Awards Honor Local Companies

SBA Awards Honor Local Companies
Wade and Gina Radke

The U.S. Small Business Administration has named Gina and Wade Radke, owners of Galley Support Innovations of Sherwood, as the 2016 Arkansas Small Business Persons of the Year.
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Fox Ridge Pair Combine For $46M Transaction (Real Deals)

Two Fox Ridge assisted living centers in Pulaski County generated eight-digit transactions, and a 2,200-SF Taco Bell in North Little Rock served up a $1.88 million sale.
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IRS Sues Gravette Man for Nearly $1.3 Million

A 73-year-old Gravette man was hit with a lawsuit from the IRS seeking a judgment for unpaid federal taxes.
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Ron Sherman Sets Guinness World Record for TV Commercials

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The Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and Associated Industries of Arkansas hosted the 2016 Small Business Week Awards Luncheon on Tuesday at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Little Rock. read more >

Hanna's Candle Gets Burned in Court Judgment

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