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Momentum Delayed Momentary Museum

Momentum Delayed Momentary Museum This article is available only in print.

by Marty Cook – 5 days ago

The Momentary opened to great fanfare in February 2020 in Bentonville, celebrating itself as the relaxed “living room” contemporary art satellite museum of the famed Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Arkansas Hospitality Tax Receipts Plunge in 2020

Arkansas Hospitality Tax Receipts Plunge in 2020
5 days ago

The COVID-19 pandemic sent hospitality tax collections in Arkansas plummeting last year, and the blow to some tourism bureaus in the state, which rely on the taxes for revenue, was even worse than those figures show.


Oxford American Editor Borné Leaving to Join CALS

Oxford American Editor Borné Leaving to Join CALS

Eliza Borné, the Little Rock native who became editor of Oxford American magazine at 28 and led it to renewed recognition, is leaving the quarterly this month to become director of development for the Central Arkansas Library System. read more >

Webcast to Feature Global Thought Leader Renee Mauborgne

Webcast to Feature Global Thought Leader Renee Mauborgne

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Renee Mauborgne, an economist and professor at international business graduate school INSEAD, will lead the third webcast in a series presented by Arkansas Business throughout 2021. read more >

The Cost of Deregulation (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Cost of Deregulation (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

Regulations are a way that our society, through our elected government, levels out playing fields, creates transparency and protects the weak from abuse by the strong. And every regulation is a response to an identified problem. read more >

Remote Work Presents Cybersecurity Challenges

Remote Work Presents Cybersecurity Challenges

Technology & TelecomCover Story

The work-from-home model many employers rushed to adopt during COVID-19 and are expected to keep post-pandemic requires a rethinking of cybersecurity measures, communication strategies and employee work-life balance. read more >

Arkansas Mortuaries Busy Serving In Surge of Grief

Arkansas Mortuaries Busy Serving In Surge of Grief

Health CareTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Death is always a sensitive topic, but particularly so a year into a pandemic that has killed nearly half a million Americans. Jeff Smith of the growing Smith Family Funeral Homes chain tackles it head-on. read more >

One More Thing to Worry About (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

One More Thing to Worry About (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomEditor's Note

As parents, we all want to equip our children with the emotional tools to deal constructively with stressful situations, but who among us would have thought that a college student could be holding in his hand inescapable proof that he accidentally owed three-quarters of a million dollars? read more >

The Costs of a Hateful Image

The Costs of a Hateful Image

LegalCover Story

Senate Bill 3, commonly known as the “hate crimes bill,” boils down to a crucial chance to burnish Arkansas' image and remove a hurdle to recruiting companies and workers, government officials and business leaders say. read more >

Many Businesses Continue Compensation During Pandemic

Many Businesses Continue Compensation During Pandemic

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Since Jan. 1, 2020, about half of U.S. businesses continued to pay at least some of their workers told not to work because of the coronavirus pandemic, the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last month. read more >