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Sherwood Wendy's Sold for $1.9M

Sherwood Wendy's Sold for $1.9M This article is available only in print.

Restaurants & FoodWhispers

A fast-food eatery in Sherwood, a postal project in west Little Rock's Otter Creek neighborhood, a warehouse property in North Little Rock and a home in the Heights area of Little Rock form this week's quartet of million-dollar real estate sales. read more >

Lawyer: Ignoring NLRB Action Risks Lawsuits, Investigation

Lawyer: Ignoring NLRB Action Risks Lawsuits, Investigation

LegalTransportation

Private-sector employers in Arkansas need to be aware of what the National Labor Relations Board is doing, because not knowing exposes them to litigation from employees or former employees and to costly disruptions that can come from NLRB investigations. read more >

Riverdale Retail Land Tops $8.3M (Real Deals)

Riverdale Retail Land Tops $8.3M (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

Banking & FinanceRestaurants & FoodReal Deals

Kappa Realty LLC, led by Chris Robertson, bought the 17.6-acre home of the Riverdale Shopping Center at 2500-2610 Cantrell Road from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Little Rock. read more >

Seal Changes Name, Sells Units to Focus on Solar

Seal Changes Name, Sells Units to Focus on Solar

The new logo seemed to be on everything under the sun, from Josh Davenport's shirt and Heather Nelson's sweater to the ink pens, baseball caps and even the new awning at 705 Main St. in North Little Rock: Seal Solar Energy Solutions. read more >

Millennial Incomes: Median Hits $69,000 in 2017

Millennial Incomes: Median Hits $69,000 in 2017

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Median incomes of U.S. households are rising again, and “those headed by a Millennial (someone age 22 to 37) now earn more than young adult households did at nearly any time in the past 50 years,” according to the Pew Research Center. read more >

And Now: Good News (Editorial)

And Now: Good News (Editorial)

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationOpinion

We have suggested to Michael Pakko, the state economic forecaster, that the volume of Movers & Shakers landing in our queue be considered an economic indicator. By that indication, Arkansas' economy is humming. read more >

Acquisitions Alter List of 75 Largest Private Companies in Arkansas

Acquisitions Alter List of 75 Largest Private Companies in Arkansas

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationBusiness ListCover Story

The departures of five companies that were acquired in the past year made room at the bottom of the list for companies that had not made the cutoff last year — or ever. The price of entry to the list? $100 million read more >

Arkansas GDP Rises in 2018

Arkansas GDP Rises in 2018

Technology & TelecomTransportation

Real gross domestic product rose 0.9% in 2018 in Arkansas compared with 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. read more >

Phillips County Joins Government Solar Push

Phillips County Joins Government Solar Push

Health CareTechnology & Telecom

Phillips County Judge Clark Hall is counting on solar power to save his county money and help shine its image. The county has hired Entegrity Partners of Little Rock to build a 400-kilowatt photovoltaic array as part of its major new justice complex near Helena Regional Medical Center. read more >

Citizens Bank's Batesville HQ Sets Model for New Branches

Citizens Bank's Batesville HQ Sets Model for New Branches

Banking & Finance

The directors of Citizens Bank at Batesville were already contemplating a new headquarters building when they hired Phil Baldwin as CEO in 2013. The 37,000-SF $13.8 million building finally opened last month, and it is decidedly different. read more >

Limits Few for $300M Simmons Foods Project in Decatur

Limits Few for $300M Simmons Foods Project in Decatur

Cover Story

When Simmons Prepared Foods Inc. of Siloam Springs decided a few years ago to start from scratch to increase its fresh and frozen chicken production, Simmons bought 800-plus acres for $14 million and then went about designing what COO David Jackson called a “50-year investment.” read more >