Technology Archive

CEO, 2 Execs See Annual Pay Increase at Acxiom

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 7/3/2017 10:25 am

Three of five named executive officers at Acxiom Corp. of Conway saw annual compensation rise in fiscal 2017.

Medical Education Takes Leap With Virtual Reality

by Jan Cottingham 7/3/2017 12:00 am

Carolina Cruz-Neira of UA Little Rock and Dr. T. Glenn Pait of UAMS have devised "Anatomical Eyes" to train doctors, the military, students and more.

Funding Fuels John James to Run Engine Venture

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/3/2017 12:00 am

Fayetteville entrepreneur John James is raising $2 million for his e-commerce company, Engine.

PrivacyStar Ready to Roll Out CallerYD Feature Following Private Placement

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/3/2017 12:00 am

First Orion Corp. of Little Rock was expected to complete its $4 million private placement by the end of last month.

In Graphene, Alliance Rubber Meets Possibilities

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 7/3/2017 12:00 am

Alliance Rubber of Hot Springs recently signed an agreement with University of Sussex professor Alan Dalton to study how the compound graphene could be used in rubber products.

McGehee Farmers Deploy Internet-of-Things Irrigation Products

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 7/3/2017 12:00 am

Arkansas farmers Jim and Sam Whitaker are making investments in Internet-of-Things technology designed to help them save time, money and water.

Outgoing UAMS Chancellor Dan Rahn Lists the Top 7 Health Care Reforms He'd Like to See

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/3/2017 12:00 am

Dr. Dan Rahn retires as chancellor of UAMS on July 31, nearly eight years after replacing Dr. I Dodd Wilson.

Stephens Inc. Capitalism Series Features a Familiar Face, Jack Stephens

by Kyle Massey 6/30/2017 11:56 am

Stephens Inc., which launched a multimedia series in May dedicated to bolstering the image of capitalism, is focusing on one of its own — Jack Stephens — in its latest short film in the series.

SPONSORED: Advancing Technology Demands Cybersecurity Solutions

by 6/29/2017 08:00 am

Efforts are underway to develop more professionals and elevate public awareness to make systems safer.

Ecoark Names Stephen Dacus General Counsel

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/26/2017 09:05 am

Ecoark Holdings Inc. of Rogers on Monday named Stephen Dacus general counsel.

Super Mover: Joel Gordon of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/26/2017 12:00 am

Joel Gordon has been named the new executive director of the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub in North Little Rock.

Jeff Standridge On Why Companies Should Encourage Startups

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/26/2017 12:00 am

"A vibrant startup/innovation ecosystem is a great place for an established company to source talent," says Jeff Standridge, chief catalyst of The Conductor at UCA.

The Amazon Effect (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

by Gwen Moritz 6/26/2017 12:00 am

While Amazon is not a money-losing experiment, it certainly is an experiment, one that I don't think most people — even those of us who are trying — have fully grasped.

The Virtual Doctor Will See You Now

by Mark Friedman 6/26/2017 12:00 am

A law that eases restrictions in the way telemedicine is delivered in Arkansas goes into effect in August and will help Arkansas hospitals expand their range of virtual services.

Online Attacks Spur Corporate Cybersecurity Measures to Defend the Wall

by Marty Cook 6/26/2017 12:00 am

Cyberattacks are a constant concern for individuals online, companies that have massive stores of data and governments.

Coming to You Live from 1 Shackleford Drive

by Kyle Massey 6/26/2017 12:00 am

In a 31,000-SF multimedia center in Little Rock, The Media Gateway LLC pioneers a new kind of newscasting in a consolidating industry where master control functions, the last line of quality control before broadcast, are increasingly outsourced.

To Gain Edge, Manufacturers Enlist Robots

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 6/26/2017 12:00 am

In Arkansas, where the May unemployment rate was a record-setting low of 3.4 percent, manufacturers aren't concerned about robots taking jobs. They're concerned about competing in a global marketplace.

Governor Tells Europe U.S. Is Still Committed to Global Trade

by Sarah Campbell-Miller 6/22/2017 09:43 am

Traveling in Germany, Gov. Asa Hutchinson says European business leaders were concerned about the U.S. being less committed to global trade.

Big Firms Like Wal-Mart Are America's Hungriest Wind, Solar Users

by Nichola Groom, Reuters 6/21/2017 09:53 am

Major U.S. corporations like Wal-Mart have become some of America's biggest buyers of renewable energy, driving an industry seen as key to helping cut carbon emissions.

Acxiom Gets Five New Patents

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/21/2017 09:36 am

Acxiom Corp. is issued five new patents for data processing and management technology designed to support the data science underlying the company's marketing services.

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