Investments



Lennox Heir Mines $68M Foreclosure

Lennox Heir Mines $68M Foreclosure

LegalCover Story

Everyone can agree that Steven Booth lent an Alabama mining research and development company $54 million that hasn't been repaid. But past that, agreement breaks down. read more >

Attorneys in Turner Grain Case Awarded Fees

Attorneys in Turner Grain Case Awarded Fees

WhispersLegal

Lonoke County Circuit Judge Sandy Huckabee awarded fees to the attorneys representing a group of Lonoke County farmers who did business with defunct Turner Grain Inc. and its trading partner K.B.X. Inc. read more >

Wes Clark Looks for GTL Cash

Wes Clark Looks for GTL Cash

Whispers

Gen. Wesley Clark, the retired four-star general from Little Rock and a former candidate for president, is looking for a few good millions. read more >

Arkansas Bankers Seize a National Moment

Arkansas Bankers Seize a National Moment

Banking & FinanceCover Story

George Floyd's death in May in Minneapolis set off protests against police brutality and racism nationwide, but it had an unforeseen effect on Arkansas banking. read more >

HMS Pays $15.1M for Port Property

HMS Pays $15.1M for Port Property

WhispersBanking & FinanceHealth CareTransportation

Industrial property in east Little Rock, convenience stores in west Little Rock and North Little Rock, duplexes in Faulkner County and more form this week's conga line of million-dollar real estate transactions. read more >

Cushman Recalls Fond Memories of Matty Moroun

Cushman Recalls Fond Memories of Matty Moroun

WhispersTransportation

Former PAM Transport Services CEO Dan Cushman remembers going into a board meeting in 2010 and receiving the ire of director Manuel “Matty” Moroun, the Detroit transportation titan whose family owns 68% of PAM. read more >

Fervor Burns On for $3.5B Gas-to-Liquid Plant

Fervor Burns On for $3.5B Gas-to-Liquid Plant

TransportationCover Story

Roger Williams' eight-year path to his dream — a $3.5 billion plant to make ultra-clean diesel near the banks of the Arkansas River — is intersecting with a quite literal road, perhaps the state's sturdiest. read more >

Systemic Racism, Your Business (Stephanie Jackson Commentary)

Systemic Racism, Your Business (Stephanie Jackson Commentary)

OpinionBanking & FinanceLegal

When the United States forced the end of slavery, it intentionally reconstructed a country that held fast to the ideals of Blacks being less than equal. It instituted codes, polices and laws that kept Black Americans from obtaining the key to stability and wealth — capital. read more >

Baptist's Financial Health Dips in 1Q

Baptist's Financial Health Dips in 1Q

WhispersHealth Care

Baptist Health of Little Rock, like other health care providers in the state, took a financial hit in the first quarter as a result of COVID-19, and it isn't looking better for the second quarter, which ended June 30. read more >