Health Care



NuShores Gets NuCress Contract, Opening 'Clean' Facility in Little Rock

NuShores Gets NuCress Contract, Opening 'Clean' Facility in Little Rock

Health CareTechnology & Telecom

NuShores Biosciences LLC is moving from the BioVentures building on the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences campus in Little Rock to a west Little Rock office complex, where it will open one of only a few medical device clean manufacturing facilities in the state, the company said. read more >

Walmart CTO Tops Executive Compensation List

Walmart CTO Tops Executive Compensation List

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Walmart CTO Suresh Kumar's experience explains why his total compensation for the first seven months he spent at Walmart made him the highest-paid executive among Arkansas' public companies. read more >

UAMS Receives $420K Estate Gift for Endowed Chair

UAMS Receives $420K Estate Gift for Endowed Chair

Health Care

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has received a $420,000 gift from the estate of Dr. Jack T. Steele to finalize creation of the Jack T. Steele, M.D. Endowed Chair in Family and Preventive Medicine in the College of Medicine. read more >

Shorty Small's Scrubs the Air in Reopening

Shorty Small's Scrubs the Air in Reopening

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Paul Kreth, CEO of Shorty Small's in Little Rock, says he and his team “just want to claim that we're doing the best that we can possibly do” when it comes to protecting diners and employees from COVID-19. read more >

Amid COVID-19, CARTI Sees Its Numbers Get Better

Amid COVID-19, CARTI Sees Its Numbers Get Better

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While other health care providers were reporting losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars a day as patients stayed away from hospitals, the cancer treatment provider reported its best financial year. read more >

In Medical Cannabis, a Rush to Renew

In Medical Cannabis, a Rush to Renew

Health Care

With 70,000 Arkansas patients spending well over a half-million dollars a day in the state's 14-month old medical marijuana industry, Dr. Brian Nichol and Dr. David Nguyen are both surprised. read more >

Will Pandemic Be the Death of Buffets?

Will Pandemic Be the Death of Buffets?

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The coronavirus epidemic has hit buffets hard. Relying on sneeze guards and the good manners and hygiene of other diners is particularly problematic now. read more >

Lost in Translation (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

Lost in Translation (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

OpinionHealth Care

The current state of affairs — social, political — is in turmoil in part due to mixed messages from individuals and institutions. The viral pandemic has rendered impotent authoritative and instructive messaging. read more >