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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

PACE Financing Under Fire From Cotton

U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton has targeted Property Assessed Clean Energy financing in new federal legislation co-sponsored by Sen. John Boozman, his fellow Arkansas Republican, and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. read more >

Ageless Voice of Country Still Strong in Bob Robbins

A philosophy of sticking to his local listeners has fueled Bob Robbins' remarkable quarter century as Little Rock's most popular DJ. read more >

Hospitality Arrives Before Hotel at Arkansas State

Arkansas State University's new hospitality management program has plenty of vacancies, partly because few students know about it: Officials are waiting for a $50 million billboard to point to. read more >

Stone & Ward Reflect, From Leno to Picasso

Stone Ward's Millie Ward and Larry Stone have struck a good work-and-home-life balance: They draw no dividing line. read more >

KARK Hires New Reporter, Price McKeon

Price McKeon, a Floridian by way of the University of Georgia and KOKI, Fox23 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has hired on as reporter at KARK-TV in Little Rock. read more >

Murphy USA Lowers Guidance After Preliminary 1Q Loss of $3M

Murphy USA Inc. announces a preliminary first-quarter loss of $3 million — results bad enough to lead the El Dorado gasoline retailer to revise its investor guidance numbers downward for all of 2017. read more >

Jim Morriss, Springdale's Newsman for a Half-Century, Dies at 80

Jim Morriss, who as a jack-of-all-trades reporter and editor led the Springdale newspaper from the days of molten lead type to the age of computers and a 24-hour news cycle, died April 12 at age 80. read more >

Advanced Cabling Systems Keeps Climbing the Charts

Double-digit growth has been a constant companion for Advanced Cabling Systems LLC during its first 20 years of business. read more >

Arkansas PR Pros on Pepsi, Hitler and Unfriendly Skies

Arkansas PR and advertising professionals were already scratching their heads over Pepsi's silly ad featuring the model Kendall Jenner and video of a bloodied man being dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight, when presidential spokesman Sean Spicer oddly lifted Hitler from the bottom of history's list of worst dictators. read more >

At 20, Arkansas E-Government Draws Cheers

The public-private partnership that Bob Sanders helped create, Information Network of Arkansas, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is still setting records. read more >

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