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Kyle Massey

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Kyle Massey, who was born in Conway and raised in Newport, has been at Arkansas Business since February 2016. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway before moving on as an editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. For 17 years, he served in editing roles at the New York Times in Manhattan. He and his wife, Kerry Prichard, have four grown children.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

State Deploys Chatbots Across Government Website

The Arkansas state government's efforts to serve internet users moved forward this month with the launch of a beta version of the official state website, beta.arkansas.gov, which will feature chatbot technology. read more >

Sandra McGrew to Lead Content at Ghidotti Communications

Sandra McGrew, a former Little Rock TV news reporter and magazine editor, has joined Ghidotti Communications to run its new content communications division, the firm announced Tuesday. read more >

PR Man Among Women, Aaron Sadler Tells a Human Story

Aaron Sadler chuckles at the idea that he broke the glass ceiling — in reverse — at Ghidotti Communications in Little Rock. read more >

Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame: Dr. Ruth Hawkins, Honoring History and Heritage

Ruth Hawkins is a storyteller at heart, and her own tale — like Mark Twain's — has a river running through it. read more >

GateHouse Buys Log Cabin, Other Morris Publications for $120M

Months of speculation about a possible sale of the Log Cabin Democrat, Conway's daily newspaper, came to fruition early Wednesday when Morris Communications announced a sale to GateHouse Media. read more >

Slimmed-Down Pulaski Tech Fits UA System

Pulaski Technical College had nearly 12,000 students in 2012 when Margaret A. Ellibee became its chief. Today it has about 6,000, and to Ellibee that's a good thing. read more >

Well-Traveled Native Says, 'Good Afternoon Arkansas'

Elicia Dover returns home to become a co-host of of "Good Afternoon Arkansas," the Little Rock market's first news, talk and lifestyle show to go live in the afternoons. read more >

Murphy Oil Reports $17M Operating Loss for 2Q

The fuel exploration and production giant based in El Dorado saw the results as a strong performance considering a decline in crude oil prices in the period. read more >

Murphy USA Reports $55.6M in 2Q Profit

Murphy USA Inc., the nationwide fuel and convenience retailer based in El Dorado, reports second-quarter financial results, including net income of $55.6 million, or $1.51 per diluted share. read more >

DentaQuest Drops Lawsuit Against State, Armstrong

DentaQuest of Boston, the bidder who sued the state of Arkansas and its procurement director, Edward Armstrong, after being disqualified for a $366 million state Medicaid dental services contract, has dropped its lawsuit. read more >

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