Manufacturing


Timber! Record Lumber Prices Fall Back to Earth
Steve Anthony is president of Anthony Timberlands in Bearden. He has doubts that big spikes in lumber pricing were actually a result of a surge in home remodeling, as conventional wisdom would suggest.

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by Marty Cook – 2 days ago

The lumber industry appears to be settling into a new normal after a frenetic spring that saw lumber prices surge to an all-time high — so high that executives were often at a loss for words to explain it.


The 2021 20 In Their 20's: The Future Looks Bright

The 2021 20 In Their 20's: The Future Looks Bright

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

From Jonesboro to Little Rock to Bentonville to Prescott, bright young talent spans our state. For the 12th year, Arkansas Business is proud to introduce 20 of the freshest faces in business and community service. read more >

Restaurants Aim at Being Green

Restaurants Aim at Being Green

Restaurants & FoodCover Story

The Green Restaurant Certification Program, if implemented, would encourage efforts by restaurants and other food-service providers to operate sustainably. read more >

Crack That Whip: Woes in Supply Chain Persist

Crack That Whip: Woes in Supply Chain Persist

Transportation

The nation's supply chain is suffering from the bullwhip effect, in which a seemingly minor blip in the supply-demand relationship at the bottom of the chain creates increasingly harsher reverberations as it travels up the chain. read more >

Denali Acquires Florida Composter

Denali Acquires Florida Composter

Transportation

Denali Water Solutions LLC of Russellville, through its wholly-owned subsidiary WeCare Denali LLC, acquires GreenCare Recycling of Fort Myers, Florida. read more >

Chinese Plans in Arkansas Face Scrutiny

Chinese Plans in Arkansas Face Scrutiny

Technology & TelecomTransportation

China remains a viable market for investment in and trade with Arkansas, including the state's farmers, despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, trade officials say. read more >

To Keep Job Surge, Newport Keeps Tax

To Keep Job Surge, Newport Keeps Tax

Business ListCover Story

For the past 20 years, a half-cent for every buck spent in Newport has pumped millions of dollars into local economic development, helping to stem an exodus and turn Jackson County into a commuter destination for 3,000 incoming workers per day. read more >

Most of ACC Project Sells for $8.3M (Real Deals)

Most of ACC Project Sells for $8.3M (Real Deals)

Real DealsHealth Care

3rd & Commerce LLC, led by Rett Tucker and Jimmy Moses, sold its 44,898-SF piece of the Arkansas Capital Commerce Center at 200 River Market Ave. for $4.97 million and its adjoining parking deck for $3.32 million. read more >