Tagged: arkansas development finance authority

Soul of the South Faces Money Woes, Lays Off Some Workers

by Sean Beherec 3/16/2015 12:00 am

Less than two years after the launch of Soul of the South — backed by nearly $2 million awarded by the state — the television network is struggling to pay its bills, laying off employees and fighting at least one lawsuit.

ADFA Invests $5M in Atlanta's Noro-Moseley Partners, Early Investor in Acumen Brands

by Mark Carter 3/5/2015 10:17 am

Noro-Moseley is a venture-capital fund that has been increasing its activity in Arkansas. In 2010, it invested $3.5 million in Fayetteville's Acumen Brands.

ADFA: Four Funds to Help Grow Startups

by Mark Carter 2/2/2015 12:00 am

The Arkansas Development Finance Authority’s Arkansas Venture Capital Investment Trust consists of four funds created to provide a unique set of financial resources for startups.

Homebuilders Association Questions Accounting of Former EVP Julie Mills

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/8/2014 12:00 am

The Arkansas Homebuilders Association has asked a Pulaski County Circuit judge to order a former executive to account for certain financial transactions she was responsible for during her tenure.

Beebe Taps Gene Eagle To Head Arkansas Development Finance Authority

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/24/2014 12:00 am

Gene Eagle was recently appointed president of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority by Gov. Mike Beebe, succeeding Mac Dodson, who retired on Jan. 31. The ADFA specializes in low-cost financing for low- to moderate-income housing development, small industries and agricultural businesses.

Soul of the South Buys Little Rock HQ

by Luke Jones 1/20/2014 12:00 am

Soul of the South, a new television network targeting African-American viewers from Southern states, says it will pump up its Little Rock headquarters in order to expand its national reach.

ARK Challenge Accelerator Hopes to Continue Success

by Mark Carter 5/6/2013 12:00 am

Later this month, perhaps even as soon as this week, ARK officials hope to name the 10 startup finalists who will relocate to Fayetteville and compete for up to $150,000 available to two overall winners of this mentorship-driven startup boot camp.

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