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UAMS Cures RxResults' One-Sided Contract

UAMS Cures RxResults' One-Sided Contract

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has corrected a contract that for nearly eight years gave a private company the exclusive right to market UAMS' intellectual property and resulted in no royalty payments for UAMS.
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Ecoark's Randy May on Covering All Four Corners

Before coming to Ecoark Holdings Inc. of Rogers and becoming its chairman of the board and CEO, Randy May spent over 15 years in divisional roles with Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
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New Training Trends Engage Employees (Jim Karrh On Marketing)

An increasing number of organizations have dramatically changed their approach to training, making it far less about dispensing information and far more about engagement and skill development.
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