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Baptist Health Benefiting from 3D Surgery Technology

Baptist Health Benefiting from 3D Surgery Technology
Baptist Health of Little Rock has added some new technology to its operating room that it hopes will make a huge difference in the long run.

Baptist Health of Little Rock has some new technology in the operating room that's helping to better treat its patients.
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Sarah Day Named Senior VP at Windstream

As senior VP of small and medium-sized business sales and marketing, Sarah Day will oversee all aspects of Windstream's relationship with small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers, including sales, customer care and product marketing.
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ARK Challenge's Skosay Looks to Open Private Channels for Consumers

Fayetteville's Skosay has developed a private two-way communications channel for customers and businesses to share feedback in real time, and wants to be that next big NWA venture.
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Windstream to Cut 350 Positions, 38 In Arkansas, by December

Windstream Holdings Corp. of Little Rock announced Thursday that the company is cutting 350 positions by Dec. 1, including 38 jobs in Arkansas. The cuts represent about 2.5 percent of the company's workforce of about 13,000. read more >

Video: ARK Challenge Concludes Fourth Run in Little Rock

The ARK Challenge startup accelerator last week concluded its fourth installment, and first in Little Rock, with Demo Day presentations of company pitches held inside the Clinton Center's Great Hall. read more >

Arkadelphia Public Schools Leader Going to White House Summit

Donnie Whitten, an Arkadelphia Public Schools leader, has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in a White House conference on digital learning. read more >

Connect Arkansas Announces Small Business Internet Study

Connect Arkansas has plans for a statewide study to help small- and medium-sized businesses develop strategies and be more competitive in the digital economy. read more >

Pharmacy Firm RxResults Adding Jobs

RxResults, a pharmacy risk management company that is partly owned by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, said it plans to add between 20 and 30 jobs in the next 21 months, according to a UAMS news release. Founded in 2008, RxResults was created to help lower drug costs for employers and their workers while making sure they receive the best medicines available. read more >

Tyson Family Stock Nears $3 Billion; Waltons No. 1 On Top Stockholders List

The second-wealthiest family in northwest Arkansas, the Tysons, saw their stock holdings increase by nearly $1 billion over the past year — an increase of more than 40 percent. read more >

Investment, Jobs Buoy Fort Smith's Chaffee Crossing

Chaffee Crossing, the 7,000-acre Army surplus property in Fort Smith, continues to be a popular development destination in its new civilian life, playing host to a spate of expansion and relocation announcements during the past year. read more >

ASTA Provides Commercialization Funds for NanoWatt Chip Design

The Arkansas Science & Technology Authority has invested $100,000 from its seed capital investment program in Fayetteville startup NanoWatt Design. read more >

Investors at Technology Summit Advise Startups to Sell the Vision

Investors participating in the Arkansas Technology Summit Thursday at the Argenta Innovation Center in downtown North Little Rock said they'd prefer to see an inspired pitch from a potential investment target than a detailed business plan. read more >

Spencer Jones Big Winner at ARK Challenge in Little Rock

Spencer Jones, a surgical nurse resident at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center in Little Rock, won an investment round of $150,000 for his innovative blood-draw device Wednesday at the ARK Challenge Demo Day in Little Rock. read more >

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