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Design Group Goes Pro Bono on Staying Solo This article is available only in print.

Design Group Goes Pro Bono on Staying Solo
2 days ago

Myron Jackson, CEO of The Design Group in Little Rock, is giving back to his hometown by donating work for the city's “Stay In and Tell a Friend” ad campaign.

Bank Offers Go Viral In Pandemic

Bank Offers Go Viral In Pandemic
2 days ago

The rollout of temporary deals for business and consumer borrowers alike are all over the board as banks adjust their products to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.


Unemployment Claims Soar to 3.28 Million

Unemployment Claims Soar to 3.28 Million

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This chart highlights the dramatic effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the job market in the United States. read more >

Arkansas Businesses Should Prepare Now to Apply for Federal Aid

Arkansas Businesses Should Prepare Now to Apply for Federal Aid

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Businesses can begin preparing now to apply for assistance under the federal rescue package signed last week by President Trump, but it will be about two weeks before they can turn in their paperwork. read more >

After 43 Years, RAO Video Nears 'The End'

After 43 Years, RAO Video Nears 'The End'

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RAO Video, a 43-year fixture on Main Street in Little Rock, is going down as one of the first and last outlets in an American industry driven and eventually killed by technology. read more >

UpliftArkansas.com Launched in Bid to Help Businesses

UpliftArkansas.com Launched in Bid to Help Businesses

As businesses across the state struggle to stay afloat, Mangan Holcomb Partners/Team SI and the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau have launched an online resource to provide information on Arkansas businesses, restaurants and service providers. read more >

Fed Projects Decade's Fastest-Growing Occupations

Fed Projects Decade's Fastest-Growing Occupations

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Employment in the United States is forecast to grow by 8.4 million jobs to 169.4 million jobs during the decade of 2018-28, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Or it was; the report was released months before the coronavirus pandemic caused widespread job losses. read more >

When Grieving Is Remote, and Hugs Come by Cell

When Grieving Is Remote, and Hugs Come by Cell

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Just as it has on American life, COVID-19 is reshaping the American way of death, disrupting yet another industry as families set small graveside services, postpone memorials and in some places turn to cremation rather than burial. read more >

Arkansas Business Presents 2020 40 Under 40 Honorees

Arkansas Business Presents 2020 40 Under 40 Honorees

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Arkansas Business announces the 40 honorees in this year's 40 Under 40 class, which honors people in business, nonprofits and government making a significant impact. read more >

Mike Roy, KATV Stalwart for 42 Years, Dies at 63

Mike Roy, KATV Stalwart for 42 Years, Dies at 63

Mike Roy, who took a technical job at KATV-TV straight out of college and never worked anywhere else, becoming one of the longest-serving directors of news production in Little Rock television history, died last week at 63. read more >

Arkansans to Ask, Experts to Answer

Arkansans to Ask, Experts to Answer

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With questions flying about the coronavirus pandemic, its local effects and the latest in what Arkansans can do, Arkansas PBS plans to supply answers from health experts at 7 p.m. Thursday in a special live broadcast, "Arkansans Ask: COVID-19." read more >