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Hot Springs Sees Boom in Craft Beer Breweries

Hot Springs Sees Boom in Craft Beer Breweries

Tapping into Hot Springs thermal culture, the craft brewing industry in Spa City is hot.
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ASBTDC To Host 'Doing Business With NASA' Event July 20

Small businesses can learn about how to become NASA suppliers, subcontractors or service providers at "Doing Business with NASA" on July 20 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
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SPONSORED: Three Principles of Practical Business Planning

Building a model through good research can help project success or failure.
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Stone Bank Expanding West Little Rock Location This article is available only in print.

Stone Bank is taking over the entire ground floor at 900 S. Shackleford Road, growing from 8,000 SF to 18,000 SF. read more >

Dispute Over Taxes Tears Family Apart This article is available only in print.

Roger and Shirley Bailey of Scott have become enmeshed in bitter legal fights with their youngest son Jeffrey, stemming from who should have paid payroll taxes for their business Rig-Up Electrical Services Inc. read more >

Riverfest's Legacy (Editorial)

The legacy of Riverfest is much greater than memories of fun, music, food and the occasional festival-goer wearing much too little clothing for his frame. read more >

NLR's West Scenic Apartments Tops $3.9 Million Mark (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

West Scenic Partners LLC of St. Louis purchased Scenic Hill Apartments at 605 and 1207 W. Scenic Drive. The seller is Scenic Hill Properties Ltd., led by James Kincannon. read more >

Embrace These Tech Investments (Heather Albright Expert Advice)

Technology is transforming nearly every industry, causing disruption that often creates unforeseen challenges to business models. Companies that ignore technology, rather than embracing it, could become irrelevant. read more >

Governor, Business Mark Phase One of A-State Innovation System

Regional business leaders, government officials and Arkansas State University employees gathered in downtown Jonesboro this week to launch the Garage, the first phase of A-State Innovation System. read more >

Ozark Integrated Circuits Gets $750K Grant

Ozark Integrated Circuits Inc. of Fayetteville gets a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Air Force to develop electronics packaging and assembly systems for controls in jet engines. read more >

WordsWorth Books Turns Page with New Owners

Lia Lent and Tom McGowan, both of Little Rock, have bought the much-loved, long-lived independent bookstore from Jean Cazort. Its new name will be the slightly different Wordsworth Bookstore. read more >

Municipal League Seeks Special Session to Collect Online Sales Tax

It may be futile, but several Arkansas cities are urging Gov. Asa Hutchinson to hold a special session to pass legislation to force out-of-state online retailers to start collecting sales taxes. read more >

Arkansas Side of Texarkana Struggling with Dropping Alcohol Sales

Its beer and wine monopoly broken and grip on hard liquor sales slipping, Texarkana, Ark., faces a new economic reality that threatens both business and government. read more >

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