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Chinese Manufacturer Countersues Rogers Executives

by Marty Cook 4/6/2015 3:06 pm

Sales Chief Ent. (Hong Kong) Co. LTD has filed a countersuit alleging Redman & Associates CEO Mel Redman and President Rodney Redman committed fraud and defamation.

Judge Refuses to Dismiss Redman & Associates' Lawsuit Against Sales Chief

by Marty Cook 3/19/2015 9:45 am

A federal judge denied a Chinese toy manufacturer's partial motion to dismiss four counts in a $40 million lawsuit filed against it by a Rogers company.

Redman & Associates Adds Details to Claims Against Chinese Toy Maker

by Marty Cook 2/19/2015 2:08 pm

A Rogers vendor has alleged that a Chinese toy manufacturer cost it a $70 million contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. of Bentonville.

Best Quotes of 2014

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/30/2014 11:15 am

They said it: The best quotes of the year.

Redman: ‘Unfair’ Price Increase Sparked Move Back to U.S. from China

by Marty Cook 9/8/2014 12:00 am

Mel Redman said he and his son began planning to move the manufacturing of a 6-volt battery-operated toy car from China to northwest Arkansas after Redman & Associates was hit with unexpected price increases a couple of years ago.

Toymaker Redman’s Rough History Doesn’t Deter State Investment

by Marty Cook 9/8/2014 12:00 am

The state’s top economic development official said he has no undue concerns about a $2 million taxpayer investment in Redman & Associates, despite the CEO’s bankruptcy a decade ago and subsequent litigation, including a lawsuit related to the product the company is manufacturing in Rogers.

Update: 14 Laid Off By Toy Car Maker in Blow to Wal-Mart's 'Made in USA' Initiative

by Marty Cook and Gwen Moritz 9/5/2014 4:03 pm

Redman & Associates filed a federal lawsuit Friday accusing a Chinese company of engaging in an "underhanded strategy" in an attempt to derail Wal-Mart's attempts to bring manufacturing back to the U.S.

Wal-Mart’s Manufacturing Pledge Met With Hope, Skepticism

by Mark Friedman 2/24/2014 12:00 am

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s announcement in January 2013 that it would help resuscitate the U.S. manufacturing industry by buying an additional $50 billion worth of American-made items during the next decade has been met with skepticism and cheers.

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