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Sources Say Former CJRW Employee Still Waiting for Stock Payout

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/14/2014 12:00 am

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s July 6 article catching up on the transitions underway at Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods touched on the touchy topic of the advertising agency’s employee stock ownership plan. Several executives who have departed in recent years still have ownership in the company through the ESOP.

CJRW Names Bill Fitzgerald, Nancy Ferrara to Creative Division Posts

by Lee Hogan 6/4/2014 2:47 pm

Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods has named Bill Fitzgerald and Nancy Ferrara to key positions in its creative division.

Two Cranfords and Peacock Leave CJRW in Latest Departures

by Luke Jones 5/5/2014 12:00 am

The shakeup continues at Cranford Robinson Johnson Woods: Last week three executives, including two of the Little Rock ad firm’s namesake Cranfords, resigned.

Jay Cranford, Ross Cranford, Denver Peacock Resign from CJRW

by Luke Jones 4/28/2014 1:02 pm

Three of Cranford Robinson Johnson Woods' top executives - Ross Cranford, Jay Cranford and Denver Peacock - resigned from the Little Rock ad firm Monday, continuing a string of defections that began last year.

CJRW Takes On Changes in Marketing Industry

by Luke Jones 3/10/2014 12:00 am

CJRW has been roiled by staff defections recently, departures that have left the state’s largest ad agency increasingly dependent on its big clients, the biggest being the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism worth $8.4 million this year.

CJRW Names Darin Gray as President

by Luke Jones 2/19/2014 9:33 am

Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods of Little Rock announces former Gray Matters LLC CEO Darin Gray as the new president of the firm.

Darin Gray Purchases Full Ownership of Northwest Arkansas Business Journal

by Luke Jones 9/9/2013 12:00 am

Darin Gray, majority owner of Gray Matters LLC of Springdale, previously owned 75 percent of the journal, according to the announcement posted on the journal’s website. He purchased the remainder of the stake from Olivia Farrell, CEO of Arkansas Business Publishing Group, parent company of Arkansas Business.