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Insight Enterprises Takes on HPE Employees in Conway

Insight Enterprises Takes on HPE Employees in Conway
From left, Chris Coffman, director of Insight Enterprises Inc.'s Conway facility; Insight U.S. President Steve Dodenhoff, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Conway Mayor Tab Townsell cut a ribbon Tuesday to announce the company's moving in to share the building at 355 Ledgelawn Drive with Hewlett-Packard Enterprises, which transferred 175 of its employees to Insight. 

Insight Enterprises Inc. of Tempe, Arizona, says it has hired 175 Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees and set up shop with HPE in the Meadows Office and Technology Park in Conway.
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Acxiom Reports 1Q Earnings, Agrees to Sell Impact Email for $22M

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