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Central Arkansas Population Growth Slows

Central Arkansas Population Growth Slows

Transportation

The planning agency Metroplan has found that growth slowed considerably in most cities in central Arkansas when comparing the period 2000-10 with 2010-19, according to its latest report. read more >

The Art of Being Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Art of Being Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Health CareLegalOpinionEditor's Note

Before being elected president, Donald Trump had never worked for anyone but himself or his ultra-wealthy father. That doesn't explain why he feels so comfortable saying things that are demonstrably untrue, but it could explain why he never had to learn how to own a mistake. read more >

Millennial Life: Better Educated, Most Women Work

Millennial Life: Better Educated, Most Women Work

Health CareRestaurants & FoodTechnology & Telecom

Millennials are better educated than previous generations, with the share of young adults in the millennial generation (born 1981 through 1996) who have a bachelor's degree or higher standing at 39% compared with 15% for the silent generation (1928-1945). read more >

Stone Bank Hires Kimes at Harrison (Movers & Shakers)

Stone Bank Hires Kimes at Harrison (Movers & Shakers)

Banking & FinanceMovers & Shakers

Kori Kimes has joined Stone Bank in Harrison as a loan officer. Michael Westerfield of BKD LLP, Sondra Masters of Walmart Inc. and Brian Pickett of Sam's Club are among new members of the board of Junior Achievement of Arkansas. read more >

FamilyLife to Move Headquarters to Orlando

FamilyLife to Move Headquarters to Orlando

FamilyLife of Little Rock, a multimedia nonprofit that produces Christian resources related to marriage and family, says it will move its headquarters to Orlando, Florida, the home of its parent organization. read more >

Innovation Hub Growing in Pine Bluff

Innovation Hub Growing in Pine Bluff

Banking & FinanceRestaurants & FoodTechnology & Telecom

Go Forward Pine Bluff's innovation hub, The Generator, is in for a busy September. Mildred Franco, executive director of The Generator, hopes renovations will begin then on its physical location: the three-story building formerly known as the Merrill Civic Center. read more >