Tagged: bank of little rock

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 archivist 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 archivist 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.

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