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Walmart Reigns in Net Income, Executive Pay

Walmart Reigns in Net Income, Executive Pay

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Walmart Inc. rules Arkansas Business' annual lists of the state's public companies and how much their executives are paid, and it's hard to imagine a time when that won't be true — especially as the lists get shorter. read more >

Otter Creek Villas Sold for $6.6M

Otter Creek Villas Sold for $6.6M This article is available only in print.

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This week, we serve up a six-pack of real estate transactions that includes apartments, commercial space and a home in Little Rock as well as undeveloped acreage in northwest Pulaski County and undeveloped apartment land in Sherwood. read more >

I'll Miss You When I'm Gone (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

I'll Miss You When I'm Gone (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

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The best thing about being a journalist is being paid to learn stuff, and the best thing about working on Arkansas Business has been learning about so many different industries, each with its own nuances. read more >

Leadership Academy to Feature Sam's Club Exec, UA Athletics Director

Leadership Academy to Feature Sam's Club Exec, UA Athletics Director

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Megan Crozier, chief merchant for Sam's Club, and University of Arkansas Vice Chancellor for Athletics Hunter Yurachek are among the featured speakers for the fall Arkansas Business Executive Leadership Academy in Bentonville. read more >

Quapaw House Faces Foreclosure

Quapaw House Faces Foreclosure

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Quapaw House Inc., the troubled Hot Springs drug and alcohol treatment provider that is no longer operating, recently entered into a consent judgment for $1.43 million with Relyance Bank. read more >

Private Autopsy, Public Blowback in Fatal Gunplay Case

Private Autopsy, Public Blowback in Fatal Gunplay Case

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Nearly three years after a gunshot to the head killed his 20-year-old son in a Jefferson County hunting lodge in 2015, Kerry Baker of Conway started the machinery to dig up his boy's body for the autopsy he had initially declined. read more >