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Bret Bielema's Lawsuit Refers to Wally Hall

Bret Bielema's Lawsuit Refers to Wally Hall
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This month's legal action by fired Razorback football coach Bret Bielema paints the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's Wally Hall as something of a stenographer for the Razorback Foundation, Bielema's target in a $7 million breach-of-promise lawsuit.


Roger Williams Waxes Philosophical

Roger Williams Waxes Philosophical This article is available only in print.

WhispersHealth Care

Roger Williams was on the phone with a reporter, discussing COVID-19, the energy industry's future, and his own plans as CEO of Energy Security Partners to build the state's largest economic development project ever. But first, a sidetrack into semantics. read more >

ABPG Wins 5 National Awards for Excellence

ABPG Wins 5 National Awards for Excellence

Arkansas Business' coverage of Walmart Inc.'s response to a spate of gun-related incidents in its stores and a former state senator's acknowledgement that he accepted bribes are recognized with gold awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers. read more >

Heathcott Lawsuit Still Waits

Heathcott Lawsuit Still Waits

WhispersLegal

The latest development in Gary Heathcott's lawsuit against his former partners at CJRW, the large Little Rock marketing firm, is that there have been no developments. 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 >

Some Surprises Left (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Some Surprises Left (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

With disparate treatment of minorities, particularly African Americans, being the impetus for massive protests from coast to coast, many companies have issued statements affirming a commitment to fairness and inclusivity. read more >

A&P Trends Show Pandemic Pummelling Arkansas Visitors Bureaus

A&P Trends Show Pandemic Pummelling Arkansas Visitors Bureaus

Restaurants & Food

The coronavirus pandemic has battered city convention and visitors bureaus in Arkansas and sapped their sources of revenue: lodging and restaurant taxes. An industry built on bringing people together and attracting tourists is uniquely vulnerable to an infectious disease. read more >

Collecting Legal Fees In the Age of COVID-19

Collecting Legal Fees In the Age of COVID-19

Health CareLegalCover Story

The coronavirus pandemic complicates collecting fees on outstanding bills from existing clients as well as new clients who would be expected to pay up-front retainers or flat fees for services. read more >

With Captive Audience, Arkansas PBS Sees Viewership Boom

With Captive Audience, Arkansas PBS Sees Viewership Boom

Technology & Telecom

Arkansas PBS is reporting dramatic viewership increases on the state's educational television network and online during the coronavirus pandemic as Arkansans find the Conway-based public media hub "increasingly at the center of their lives." read more >

Gallery: Arkansas Made

Gallery: Arkansas Made

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportation

From steel to toilet tissue, chainsaws to snack foods, Arkansas delivers the goods. read more >