Schwyhart Creditor Raises Fraud Claim This article is available only in print.

Schwyhart Creditor Raises Fraud Claim
Bill Schwyhart, in Rogers after the funeral of his friend and business partner Johnnie Bryan “J.B.” Hunt Sr. on Dec. 11, 2006.

A renewed debt collection effort against Bill Schwyhart, the once prominent Rogers real estate developer, has followed him to Texas and rekindled the interest of dormant creditors.
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With Converted Charter, Helena National Plans Name Change, Bigger Territory

With Converted Charter, Helena National Plans Name Change, Bigger Territory This article is available only in print.

Helena National Bank completed the conversion of its national charter to an Arkansas state bank charter on Thursday, and is now officially (and temporarily) known as HNB Bank.
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Gusano's Pays Back Rent to River Market Landlord

Gusano's Pays Back Rent to River Market Landlord This article is available only in print.

Through an attorney, the owner of the River Market property currently home to Gusano's Chicago-Style Pizzeria says the restaurant is all caught up on its back rent.
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The List Largest Nonprofit Organizations

Arkansas' Largest Nonprofit Organizations list, ranked by total assets. Includes fiscal year and previous year total assets and total revenue, number of staff paid $50,000 or more, top executive, mission and contact information.

Rank Name City Top Executive
1 Walton Family Foundation Inc. Bentonville Peterson, Kyle
2 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville Bigelow, Rod
3 University of Arkansas Foundation Inc. Fayetteville Davis, Clay H.
4 Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation Inc. Bentonville Hodges, Kaneaster Jr.
5 University of Arkansas Fayetteville Campus Foundation Fayetteville Kumpe, Peter G.

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Rosalyn M. Anthony Says OCC Stays Charter Member of the Community

From her post at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Rosalyn M. Anthony looks at a trend of dwindling national banks.