Nonprofits


Tax Fighters Take Aim at Arkansas Income Levy

Tax Fighters Take Aim at Arkansas Income Levy

LegalRestaurants & FoodTransportation

If Arkansas politicians succeed in a push to abolish the state personal income tax, partly to avoid losing ultra-wealthy residents, the state must reckon with what it will give up: $3 billion a year in revenue. read more >

Wilkins, Clair Honored at Arkansas Tech (Movers & Shakers)

Wilkins, Clair Honored at Arkansas Tech (Movers & Shakers)

Movers & Shakers

Melinda A. Wilkins of Arkansas Tech University in Russellville has earned the American Health Information Management Association's highest honor, the Distinguished Member Award. Erin Clair is the 2021 recipient of the Jerry G. Gaff Faculty Award. read more >

Public Radio Says Thanks a Million — and a Half

Public Radio Says Thanks a Million — and a Half

Outtakes

An anonymous benefactor gave a record $1.5 million to University of Arkansas at Little Rock Public Radio, home to central Arkansas' NPR station, KUAR-FM, 98.1, and the state's only classical music FM station, KLRE Classical 90.5. read more >

SPONSORED: 5 Nonprofit Trends to Focus on in 2021

SPONSORED: 5 Nonprofit Trends to Focus on in 2021

The upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic resulted in many changes to the nonprofit landscape. While some aspects may return to “business as usual,” other areas will require nonprofits to adjust to a permanent new normal. read more >

Rockefeller Groups Live Up to Rich Name

Rockefeller Groups Live Up to Rich Name

Cover Story

Almost 50 years after Winthrop Rockefeller died, the three nonprofits seeded by his fortune are evolving their missions for doing good in Arkansas, the nation and the world read more >

UA Little Rock Building Cybersecurity Pipeline

UA Little Rock Building Cybersecurity Pipeline

Technology & Telecom

Thanks to a $750,000 grant awarded earlier this month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will be one of the first institutions in the country to offer graduate certificates in cybersecurity education to high school teachers. read more >

Changing Lanes May Have Led to Scott Street Exit

Changing Lanes May Have Led to Scott Street Exit

WhispersHealth Care

When Arkansas Business looked last week into why a previously successful and generally well-liked hospital administrator could have been ousted in El Dorado, it didn't take long to find defenders of Scott Street. read more >

Safe Foods' Rosenbaum Recognized by UA (Movers & Shakers)

Safe Foods' Rosenbaum Recognized by UA (Movers & Shakers)

Health CareLegalMovers & Shakers

Carl Rosenbaum, co-founder of Safe Foods Corp. of North Little Rock, has been named to receive the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's 11th annual James H. Fribourgh Award, which honors individuals who have made contributions to the state of Arkansas through mathematics and science. read more >