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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

Kevin Delaney Back on 'Tonight Show' on Nov. 7

Everyone's new favorite scientist is headed back to New York City for another appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." read more >

GOP Outpaces Democrats in PAC, Lobbyist Donations in Arkansas

Republican candidates in contested races for the Arkansas Legislature continue to lead their Democratic opponents in donations from PACs and lobbyists. read more >

Newk's Eatery Expanding to Northwest Arkansas

Northwest Arkansas is soon to have a plethora of Newk's Eatery restaurants in the area. read more >

Tom Cotton, Asa Hutchinson Lead Big in Arkansas Poll

Republican candidates for U.S. Senate and governor led their Democratic opponents by double digits in a poll released Thursday by the University of Arkansas. read more >

Incumbent State Legislators Lead Non-Incumbents in Donations by PACs, Lobbyists

Incumbents in contested races for state House of Representatives and Senate rule the roost when it comes to donations from special-interest groups. read more >

Home BancShares Completes Purchase of Broward Financial

Home BancShares Inc. of Conway, the parent company of Centennial Bank of Conway, announced Thursday the completion of its acquisition of Broward Financial Holdings Inc. read more >

The Interesting Battle over Alcohol in Arkansas

The Los Angeles Times offers a look at the battle being waged over Arkansas' alcohol amendment that, if approved, would make the entire state wet, and the inconceivable allies it has formed. read more >

Arkansans Have Endured 80k Political Ads Worth $33.1M

According to extensive research by The Center for Public Integrity, Arkansans have been inundated with $33.1 million worth of television ads this election season. read more >

Performance, Not Academics, Drive Incentives for SEC Football Coaches

Football coaches in the Southeastern Conference rake in mounds and mounds of cash for performance incentives, but rarely see much for the academic success of their teams. read more >

Wal-Mart Cheered, Jeered for Solar Power Efforts

No matter the situation the world's largest retailer involves itself in, rest assured, it will be analyzed, critiqued and questioned to excruciating levels. The latest area is solar power. read more >