Manufacturing



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 >

SCA Pharma Announces $10M Airport Expansion

SCA Pharma Announces $10M Airport Expansion

Health Care

SCA Pharmaceuticals of Little Rock, which makes sterile pharmaceuticals for hospital pharmacies and health care facilities throughout the country, says it will expand its operations in Little Rock. 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 >

HMS Aims to Open Port Plant by Early Fall

HMS Aims to Open Port Plant by Early Fall

Transportation

HMS Mfg. Co. says its previously announced $20 million, 555,000-SF injection molding facility at the Port of Little Rock in Little Rock is set to open in late summer or early fall. read more >

Bankers Decry $22.4M Award in Fax Case

Bankers Decry $22.4M Award in Fax Case

Banking & FinanceLegalTechnology & Telecom

A $22.4 million judgment against Wells Fargo Bank tied to a case over unwanted faxes wasn't based in reality, according to bankers' associations. read more >

Signode to Expand, Create 31 Jobs in Fordyce

Signode to Expand, Create 31 Jobs in Fordyce

Transportation

Transit packaging manufacturer Signode Industrial Group LLC of Glenview, Illinois, announced Thursday that it will expand its operations in Fordyce and create 31 full-time jobs over the next year. read more >

Arkansas Industries Attempt to Divine The Post-Pandemic Future

Arkansas Industries Attempt to Divine The Post-Pandemic Future

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Some, like the hospitality industry, are bracing for a long, slow return to pre-COVID vitality. Others, like the energy sector, see a quicker recovery after the early swoon. Some trends seem baked into expectations, like reliance on home-based employees and the technology they use. read more >

Pandemic-Infused Demand Puts Enviro Tech In 24-7 Mode

Pandemic-Infused Demand Puts Enviro Tech In 24-7 Mode

Health CareTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Making hand sanitizer is nothing new for Enviro Tech Chemical Services Inc. of Modesto, California. But three months ago, the product was swept up in an unexpected surge in popularity thanks to COVID-19. read more >

Arkansas Cattlemen Refuse to Run With The Herd

Arkansas Cattlemen Refuse to Run With The Herd

Restaurants & FoodCover Story

The cattle ranching industry may undergo some changes in the turbulent wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the changes may not include the one cattlemen fear the most: loss of independence. read more >

Bradford Estates Bought for $4.6M

Bradford Estates Bought for $4.6M

WhispersLegal

Bradford Estates LLC, led by Ryan Aclin, Jeff Aclin and Jarod Puckett, bought its self-named 141-unit complex at 6310 Col. Glenn Road in Little Rock for nearly $4.6 million. read more >

B-Unlimited Pivots as Masking Agent

B-Unlimited Pivots as Masking Agent

Whispers

B-Unlimited of Fayetteville is best known as the apparel company that makes college-themed T-shirts; CEO Ben Clark said B-Unlimited reached $10 million in sales in 2019. read more >

The Old Normal (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Old Normal (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationEditor's Note

Since I'm not at all sure any of us have a good grasp on how much our worlds will have been changed by the pandemic, I think of this week's list as a final snapshot of the old normal that will be valuable when it comes time to document the new normal. read more >