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Lee Hogan

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Lee Hogan joined Arkansas Business in 2014. In addition to his work with ArkansasBusiness.com, he writes for other ABPG publications, including Little Rock Soirée.

Hogan graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a degree in print journalism. Before joining the Arkansas Business team, he was a reporter with the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway and also spent time as an online intern at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He is on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Minimum Wage Group Given 30 Days to Collect More Signatures

Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin says the group attempting to raise the state's minimum wage from $6.25 an hour to $8.50 an hour did not meet the required number of valid signatures. The group has until Aug. 18 to gather 15,107 more valid signatures. read more >

Junior League Starts Work on Nonprofit Center

The Junior League has started work on a nonprofit center that it hopes will help several up-and-coming nonprofits. The center is set to open in February. read more >

University of Arkansas to Cut PMC Solutions Offset Printing, 16 Jobs in 2016

Print-Mail-Copy Solutions at the University of Arkansas says it will cut 16 positions from its operations, effective July 1, 2016, doing away with offset printing. PMC Solutions will keep 23 positions to complete digital printing, mailing and photocopying needs of the campus. read more >

Fort Smith Stays on Top of Arkansas Tech Business Index

For the second consecutive month, Fort Smith had the highest ATBI value in April. The city saw a decrease of 1.6 points between March and April, however, its 106.99 rating was good enough to best its closest competitors. read more >

Mark Pryor Holds Manufacturing Summit in Little Rock

U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor met with various Arkansas manufacturing companies Friday morning in Little Rock to discuss the improvement of job opportunities in the sector. read more >

Alcohol Sales Amendment Falls Short of Signatures, Has 30 Days to Collect More

An amendment that would legalize alcohol sales across the state has 30 days to gain the more than 17,000 signatures it needs to be put on the November ballot. Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin said Friday after the verification process, the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Amendment fell short of the 78,133 required signatures. read more >

Arkansas Unemployment Rate Falls to 6.2 Percent But Labor Force Smaller

Arkansas' unemployment rate fell for the ninth consecutive month in June to 6.2 percent. It marks the fourth consecutive month that the state's unemployment rate has been below 7 percent. read more >

Southern Gourmasian to Open Restaurant in Downtown Little Rock

Our sister publication, Little Rock Soirée, has the latest about Southern Gourmasian's plans to open a brick-and-mortar location in downtown Little Rock. read more >

Sparks Puts $13.5M Toward Fort Smith Osteopathic Medical School

Sparks Health System has released $13.5 million for the proposed osteopathic medical school in Fort Smith. read more >

Little Rock Hires CJRW's Luis Gonzalez as Communication, Marketing Manager

The city of Little Rock has announced the hire of Luis Gonzalez as its communication and marketing manager. Gonzalez was previously an account supervisor at Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods in Little Rock. read more >