Tagged: bank of little rock

U.S. Attorney in Chicago Charges John Rogers for Fraud

by George Waldon 9/12/2016 1:24 pm

The U.S. Attorney in Chicago leveled long-expected fraud charges against John Rogers, the former owner of Sports Card Plus and Rogers Photo Archive of North Little Rock.

Creditors Force Sale of Walter Quinn's Aspen Condo

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/25/2016 12:00 am

A new spiral is taking shape in the Lex Golden-Allied Bank-Walter Quinn nexus.

Judge Approves Sale of John Rogers Photos

by George Waldon 1/25/2016 12:00 am

One of the historic treasures of early 20th century major league baseball is headed toward the auction block, but conflicting claims on the famed Conlon Collection still await courtroom resolution.

Legal Fallout Facing John Rogers Mounts

by George Waldon 9/28/2015 12:00 am

A new lawsuit, an expanded fraud complaint, a default judgment and a contempt hearing have added to the legal tapestry woven around North Little Rock businessman John Rogers.

Snapshot: A Guide to John Rogers' Legal Problems

by George Waldon 7/6/2015 12:00 am

After federal agents came calling at his business and home on Jan. 28, 2014, John Rogers lost control of his chaotic financial world. The known claims against the photo and sports memorabilia dealer total more than $45 million, not counting $49 million in requested punitive damages.

Bank Documents Illuminate John Rogers’ Dealings

by George Waldon 7/6/2015 12:00 am

Bank of Little Rock’s position among creditors battered by the financial wheeling and dealing of John Rogers is uncertain. But the $203 million-asset lender was first in line to accuse Rogers of fraud among the growing crowd of litigants pursuing him in Pulaski County Circuit Court.

Red Alert Media Matrix Makes New Offer for Rogers Archive

by George Waldon 4/27/2015 3:51 pm

Red Alert Media Matrix Inc. asked for court approval to acquire the assets of embattled photo and sports memorabilia dealer John Rogers.

New Lawsuit Says John Rogers Owes $9.6M in Loans, Unpaid Bill

by George Waldon 1/15/2015 11:09 am

Another collection lawsuit alleging fraud has been filed against embattled newspaper and sports memorabilia dealer John Rogers.

John Rogers Receiver Michael McAfee Seeking A ‘Prince’

by George Waldon 1/12/2015 12:00 am

Michael McAfee thinks he’s starting the new year with a bout of sinusitis that will require a trip to the doctor for relief. Banks and other creditors of North Little Rock businessman John Rogers are looking to McAfee to help alleviate financial headaches that began throbbing a year ago — and in some cases even longer.

Bank of Little Rock Says John Rogers Misused $900K Loan

by George Waldon 1/7/2015 11:23 am

A second bank has raised questions about possible loan fraud in its dealings with North Little Rock sports memorabilia and photo dealer John Rogers. Bank of Little Rock alleges that Rogers "intentionally misused" money and defrauded the bank after taking out a $900,000 loan in December 2013.

Jacob Rice Makes Move to Bank of Little Rock as Loan Officer (Movers & Shakers)

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/2/2013 12:00 am

Jacob Rice has been hired as a loan officer by Bank of Little Rock Mortgage and will work in its Little Rock location. Rice previously worked for Central Mortgage Co. and as a loan originator for ENG Lending of England.

Bank of Little Rock Teams Up with Kasasa To Offer Interest on Checking

by Jan Cottingham 8/5/2013 12:00 am

Kasasa helps those financial institutions institute rewards programs in which customers could earn interest on their free accounts or other incentives, including cash back and iTunes downloads. The program can be found in at least 39 states.

Banker, Civic Leader George Worthen Dies at 71

by Jan Cottingham and George Waldon 6/10/2013 5:06 pm

George Gordon Worthen, president of the Bank of Little Rock, a community leader and a member of a prominent Little Rock family, died Sunday at his Little Rock home. He was 71.

Building A Legacy: George Worthen

by Amanda Hoelzeman 11/1/2012 12:01 am

George Worthen comes from a long line of bankers. “We’re an old banking family in central Arkansas that goes all the way back to 1887,” he says. In fact, it was Worthen’s great-grandfather who founded Worthen Bank in Little Rock in the late 1800s.

Little Rock Community Bankers to Give Away $4,000 in Gasoline Wednesday

by Karen Martin 8/14/2012 7:44 am

The first 200 people to drive into SJP Pit Stop, 3300 Bankhead Drive, Little Rock, from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday (Aug. 15) will receive $20 worth of gasoline for free as part of a nationwide Take Back Your Banking effort.