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Alexis Hosticka

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Alexis Hosticka reports for Arkansas Business and its sister publication, Little Rock Soirée. She graduated in 2015 from Harding University in Searcy with bachelor's degrees in journalism and Spanish. Hosticka is originally from the Chicago suburbs.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

President-elect Not Affecting Economic Outlook

Economists are not expecting a new president to have significant effects on the local or national economy and outlook, according to presentations at the Little Rock Economic Briefing on Wednesday. read more >

UCA Names Houston Davis As Next President

The University of Central Arkansas selects Houston D. Davis as its 11th president. read more >

Survey: 42 Percent of Arkansans Expect Personal Financial Situation to Improve Soon

Arkansans' expectations of their personal financial situations in the future have improved since March, even if they say their personal finances have not changed much from a year ago, a new survey finds. read more >

Millennials in Mind, Fornetti Brings Bakeries to Arkansas Road Runners

Fornetti, an international bakery with 8,000 European locations, has opened some of its first U.S. locations at Road Runner stores in Conway, Fort Smith, Heber Springs, Little Rock and Hot Springs. read more >

Camp Siloam Gets $1M Donation for Dining Hall Campaign

Camp Siloam, a Christian camp for youth and families in Siloam Springs, announces a $1 million donation from Charles and Genevieve Bonner toward the camp's $3.4 million Feed My Sheep Campaign. read more >

Gaming, Interactive Media Degrees Add to State's Focus on Technology Education

It's the lazy college student cliché: sitting in a dorm room playing video games until 2:30 a.m. But for some students, video games have a new, more productive role. read more >

Site Selector: Arkansas' Strong Economic Development Teams An Asset

Phil Schneider is the board chair of the Site Selectors Guild and has been in the industry for more than 30 years. The guild is meeting in Little Rock this week. read more >

After 5 Years of Waiting, Ballet Arkansas to Find New Home on Main Street

Five years after development began, Ballet Arkansas is finally moving into its new office and rehearsal space on Main Street Little Rock's "Creative Corridor." read more >

DoubleTree Hotel Renovations Include New Restaurant, Rooms Overhaul

In the shadow of the $70 million Robinson Center renovation, the DoubleTree Little Rock is undergoing its own transformation. read more >

Dallas Firm Aims to Revamp Sears Site on University Avenue

A Dallas commercial real estate firm is looking to revamp property on University Avenue formerly occupied by Sears. read more >