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Bespoke Exits Riverside Headquarters This article is available only in print.

Bespoke Exits Riverside Headquarters
4 days ago

Talk about the demise of Bespoke Media Group LLC is exaggerated, even though the Little Rock video production and marketing company recently moved out of its 8,200-SF headquarters in the riverside warehouse district that once housed Cajun's Wharf.


Rewarding Failure (Editorial)

Rewarding Failure (Editorial)

OpinionBanking & FinanceRestaurants & Food

From Wells Fargo to the Razorbacks, severance packages are getting heavy for those given the heave-ho. read more >

Harps, Instacart Expand Grocery Services

Harps, Instacart Expand Grocery Services

Harps Food Inc. of Springdale and grocery delivery service Instacart said Tuesday that they are expanding their grocery partnership at Harps Foods stores throughout Harps' four-state footprint. read more >

Tyson Foods 4Q Net Income Down 31%

Tyson Foods 4Q Net Income Down 31%

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale reports fourth-quarter net income of $369 million, or $1.01 per share, down from $537 million, or $1.47 per share, in the same quarter last year. read more >

Colorado Company Catches Storage Spot for $2.5M

Colorado Company Catches Storage Spot for $2.5M

WhispersRestaurants & Food

A mini-storage project in Maumelle, a retail building in Bryant, a grand home in west Little Rock, a warehouse in east Little Rock and a sandwich shop in downtown Little Rock are served up in this week's seven-digit deals. read more >

SEC, Labor Seek Compromise on Fiduciary Duties

SEC, Labor Seek Compromise on Fiduciary Duties

Banking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Bill Sowell, a registered investment adviser in North Little Rock, embraces a legal obligation to put clients' financial interests first. And he's frustrated that the requirement doesn't apply to everyone across the investing industry. read more >

NanoMech Uncovers Top Secret Dealings

NanoMech Uncovers Top Secret Dealings

Banking & FinanceLegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

The Delaware bankruptcy of Springdale's NanoMech Inc. has taken a bizarre cloak-and-dagger turn: Former CEO Jim Phillips, under oath in September, cited “national security” when refusing to answer questions about 46 transactions that its top financial officer knew only as the “CIA arrangement.” read more >

With Two Hoops Cleared, ESP Plant Closer to Reality

With Two Hoops Cleared, ESP Plant Closer to Reality

Whispers

Visions of a $3.5 billion plant to turn natural gas into liquid fuel have tantalized Jefferson County while doubters have touted the project as pie in the sky. With two of four crucial environmental permits in hand, that pie could be going into the oven soon. read more >