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Elliott Now Leads 6 Paxton Papers

Elliott Now Leads 6 Paxton Papers

by Kyle Massey – 1 day ago

Veteran publisher and former Baxter Bulletin advertising director Mark Elliott took over leadership of six Arkansas newspapers in May as a group publisher for Paxton Media Group of Paducah, Kentucky.


Paxton Newspaper Employees' Data Copied, Company Reveals

Paxton Newspaper Employees' Data Copied, Company Reveals

Paxton Media Group of Paducah, Kentucky, which owns the Jonesboro Sun, the Batesville Guard, the Daily Citizen of Searcy and other Arkansas newspapers, suffered a cyber attack that potentially compromised employees' birthdates, Social Security numbers and banking data. read more >

Democrat-Gazette Seeks New D.C. Writer

Democrat-Gazette Seeks New D.C. Writer This article is available only in print.

Whispers

After naming Washington correspondent Frank Lockwood as its religion editor once again, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Managing Editor Eliza Gaines told Whispers last week that the newspaper would not be letting the job go fallow in the nation's capital. read more >

I'll Miss You When I'm Gone (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

I'll Miss You When I'm Gone (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceHealth CareRestaurants & FoodEditor's Note

The best thing about being a journalist is being paid to learn stuff, and the best thing about working on Arkansas Business has been learning about so many different industries, each with its own nuances. read more >

Leadership Academy to Feature Sam's Club Exec, UA Athletics Director

Leadership Academy to Feature Sam's Club Exec, UA Athletics Director

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportation

Megan Crozier, chief merchant for Sam's Club, and University of Arkansas Vice Chancellor for Athletics Hunter Yurachek are among the featured speakers for the fall Arkansas Business Executive Leadership Academy in Bentonville. read more >

Cryptocurrency Market Gaining Acceptance

Cryptocurrency Market Gaining Acceptance

Banking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

More businesses around the world are accepting cryptocurrency — or digital money — as payment, more people are using ATMs that dispense one of its best-known forms, and more of those people are baby boomers. read more >

Memphian Plays Hall Monitor on Ninth Street

Memphian Plays Hall Monitor on Ninth Street

WhispersRestaurants & Food

Josh Billue is refinishing a 16,000-SF former warehouse into a tribute to the neighborhood that attracted artists like Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fizgerald and Duke Ellington in the Dreamland's heyday. read more >

CJRW Interns Hit Ad Ground Running

CJRW Interns Hit Ad Ground Running

Outtakes

Seven collegians or recent graduates worked for ad agency CJRW this summer, gaining expertise in all specialties at the firm and working on real client projects. read more >

Camp Taco Set for September Open

Camp Taco Set for September Open

WhispersRestaurants & Food

Camp Taco at Lost Forty is the name of Lost Forty's new restaurant and small-batch brewery in the former Rebel Kettle Brewing space at 822 E. Sixth St. read more >

Officers of the Court (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Officers of the Court (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionLegalEditor's Note

For two and a half years, Jefferson County Circuit Judge Alex Guynn demonstrated compassion toward the family of a man who died of a fatal gunshot in a Jefferson County hunting lodge. Ultimately, he lost patience with “theatrics” and dismissed the Bakers' attempt to use a civil court to reassign the blame for their son's death. read more >