Tagged: privacystar

More Million-Dollar Homes Sold in Pulaski County During 2013

by Mark Friedman 4/14/2014 12:00 am

Seven-figure home sales in Pulaski County saw a slight increase in 2013. During the year, 14 homes sold for $1 million or more, which compares with either 12 or 13 in 2012.

Conway Remains a Big Piece of Arkansas Startup Puzzle

by Mark Carter 3/16/2014 11:54 pm

The biggest pieces to the Arkansas startup puzzle, of course, are located in the Fayetteville and Little Rock metros, but a growing component to the central Arkansas startup ecosystem can be found in Conway.

PrivacyStar Releases New App for Android Users

by Luke Jones 7/8/2013 12:00 am

The app is free to download at the Google Play Store and shows the identity of callers and texters while giving the recipient of the call the ability to block or report the caller.

Inuvo: Move to Arkansas Nearly Complete

by Luke Jones 6/27/2013 11:26 am

At Inuvo Inc.'s annual shareholder meeting in Conway, CEO Richard Howe says the company has nearly completed its transition to Arkansas and has hired 23 people in the state since arriving.

Charles Morgan Moves to Dismiss First Orion Lawsuit

by Luke Jones 6/24/2013 11:17 am

Former Acxiom CEO Charles Morgan has filed a motion to dismiss a suit that claims he and others used dishonest stock transactions to take over the parent company of Conway's PrivacyStar Inc.

Jeff Stalnaker Moves From Data Collection to Privacy Protection

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/17/2013 12:00 am

Jeff Stalnaker moved from high-tech data services firm Acxiom to lead a high-tech startup, First Orion, which with its PrivacyStar smartphone application seeks to give people their privacy back.

Conway: Arkansas' Tech Job Magnet

by Luke Jones 4/15/2013 12:00 am

The recent movement of publicly traded Inuvo Inc. to Conway is the latest success story for the city's active push to draw in more technology jobs.

Internet Marketing Firm Inuvo to Move to Conway, Hire 50 Over Next 4 Years

by Mark Carter 1/31/2013 10:03 am

Inuvo Inc. says it will move its corporate headquarters from New York to Conway. The Internet marketing and technology company expects to create of 50 "highly skilled jobs" over the next four years.

Future Belongs to Apps, According to Developer Luke Irvin of PrivacyStar

by Luke Jones 1/21/2013 12:00 am

Luke Irvin started learning to build iPhone and iPad apps in 2010. Since then, he's developed several apps available on Apple's app store, including a resume builder and a multimedia program for popular YouTuber and Arkansan Joseph Birdsong.